Former Labor Treasurer – Keith De Lacy: ‘Wind Power Simply Don’t Work – Not Here, Not Anywhere’

Time to vote out the windpushers!

STOP THESE THINGS

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Electricity Bill Shorten: Existential Threat to Workers & the Poor.

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As Australians contemplate which box to tick in this coming Saturday’s Federal election, STT thinks it’s time to pause and consider the potential consequences of those actions.

Once upon a time, the Australian Labor Party could rightly call itself “the workers’ party”.

The ALP had its beginnings during a shearers’ strike in the 1890s and – as myth and legend has it – was born in the shade of a ghost gum at Barcaldine in western Queensland in 1891.  The Labor Party was, thereafter, seen as the champion of the worker; and its shady birthplace earned the tagline of the “Tree of Knowledge”.

For nearly a century the ALP stuck close to its political and botanical roots.  The party attracted shearers – like Clyde Cameron and Mick Young – and one of its most revered sons, Ben…

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