Archive for the tag "Garrett"
Tony Abbott wants Peter Garrett to be charged with “Industrial Manslaughter”. But has he always felt so strongly about the appropriateness of this concept?
Posted: 14 February, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, legal, politics and government, Religion, values.
Tags: Abbott, Australian government, Australian political values, Australian Values, batts, Christopher Whyne, coalition, foil insulation, Garrett, government, house, house insulation, hypocrisy, industrial manslaughter, Insiders, insulation, Labor Party, law, legal, Liberal Party, manslaughter, National Party, OH&S, Peter Garrett, political values, politics, Pyne, roof insulation, Tony Abbott, values, workplace safety
It is now clear that Kevin Rudd is not leading a Labor Party. He is channeling a dead man while he is still alive. He is Howard’s Mini-Me, i-Suck, 2.0
Posted: 3 November, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, History, Immigration, legal, politics and government.
Tags: asylum seekers, Australian Politics, Australian Values, boat people, cost, environment, environmental values, ethics, Garrett, government, Howard, howard 2.0, humanity, immigrants, Labor, Liberal, Martin Ferguson, migration, Montara, morals, oil, oil drilling, political values, politics, politics and government, principles, PTTEP, refugees, Rudd, standards, unlawful immigrants, values, West Atlas, worth
Who was responsible for approving the oil drilling contract? Who prepared, and who approved the EIS that the company would have been required to provide?
Posted: 19 October, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: accident, Australian government, Australian law, Australian legal values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, bureaucracy, contract law, cost, EIS, environment, environmental impact statement, Garrett, government, law, legal, legal values, oil, oil accident, oil exploration, oil slick, oil spill, Peter Garrett, petroleum exploration, politics, principles, PTTEP, standards, Thai company, Thai oil, Thai petroleum, Thailand, values, worth
Posted: 26 August, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, environment, politics and government, Science.
Tags: Australian economy, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Barrow Island, China, climate, climate change, economic values, Economics, economy, environment, Environment Minister, environmental values, ethics, Garrett, global warming, Gunns, morality, morals, Peter Garrett, political values, politics, principle, principles, Science, standards, Tasmania, uranium, values