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Grant Goldman Editorial Tuesday 3 October 2017

Queensland Polls Five months ago on Monday the first of May 2017 I broadcast an editorial on the subject of company tax, and the same editorial was rebroadcast over the whole of the Super Radio Network soon after 5am on Tuesday the second of May 2017 The subject of the editorial was the urgent need to slash company tax.  I said we should forget all that rubbish about reductions in company tax helping the big end of town. Everyone who listened to the Budget Reply Speech by Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten will have noticed that “the big

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Grant Goldman editorial Wednesday 23 August 2017

All of us are aware of defining events which changed or made history.  I’ll mention just a few. On December 16, 1773 the Boston Tea Party led to the American War of Independence which has profoundly interested human events for nearly three and a half centuries. On 16 July 1833, thanks to the tireless efforts of William Wilberforce, the Abolition of Slavery Bill passed its third reading in the House of Commons. On the 24th of October 1889 in Tenterfield just South of the Border between New South Wales and Queensland, Sir Henry Parks made a speech calling for Federation

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Grant Goldman editorial Tuesday 22 August 2017

Greens Hyperventilating Hanson-Young of the Greens party is waffling again. This time she’s lost the plot reportedly saying “You are putting the entire country at risk” reacting to Senator Pauline Hanson wearing a burqa in parliament to demonstrate the fact that this type of head wear is a security risk. It was reported Hanson-Young continued her tirade with “You are doing ISIS’s work for them.” “You are putting the entire country at risk.” She also told Senator Hanson that the next terrorist attack would be “on your head”. Hanson-Young appears to be somewhat disturbed with her over the top

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Grant Goldman Editorial Thursday 1 June 2017 Radio 2SM and Super Radio Network

The Australian Financial Review of Monday, the 22nd of May, 2017 carried an article by Michael Bailey and John Sensholt with the headline “Tax Rates send capital, talent overseas.” In the article we read that Flight Centre co-founder Geoff Harris and Harvey Norman funder Gerry Harvey have called for corporate and personal income taxes to be lowered, and several well-regarded individuals are quoted to similar effect. Geoff Harris reminded the authors of Winston Churchill’s description of a nation trying to tax itself into prosperity as “a man standing in a bucket while trying to lift himself up by the

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Grant Goldman Editorial Tuesday 14 March 2017

Hands on Hanson The Liberal’s failed Hanson WA Experiment Today we examine some of the entrails of Saturday’s Western Australian state election. In doing so I will attempt to unpack some of the apparent failures of the One Nation – Liberal Party Preference swap deal. Many of our eastern states’ listeners’ would be unaware that there exists no formal coalition agreement between the WA Liberal Party and the WA Nationals. Therefore, at nearly every election they compete independently of one another for their slice of the electorate’s voting loyalties. Usually, after a state poll the WA Libs and the

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Government Spending

Once again the public are outraged by Australian governments lending an ear to a Muslim activist youth leader who went on a taxpayer-funded trip around the Middle East to promote her book courtesy of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade The Australian reported. According to the government, Australia is in a critical financial situation and politics instead of common sense are playing out in Canberra where yesterday the government hinted at increasing taxes to pay for the debt the previous Labor government and wasteful spending of this government has placed our country. The point is that there is