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- photonz1 (12:14 am): Or put another way, the top 2% of earners contribute slightly more in...
- photonz1 (11:57 pm): Kerry says “those at the top take far more than they contribute, or...
- photonz1 (11:44 pm): jackal says “Firstly, there’s around 5% efficiency gains to be made...
- Gregor W (11:43 pm): Sam – Marx did use those words, although he did crib them from Louis...
- Sam Buchanan (10:54 pm): “In Marx’ own words “From each according to his ability, to each...
- Gregor W (8:48 pm): Unfortunately Dave, you’re almost completely wrong. Not your fault...
- Jackal (8:09 pm): Photonz1, if you want to talk about efficiency gains it pays to get your facts...
- Trevor29 (7:50 pm): Links are not enough. One of the key points about presenting AGW on your own...
- Trevor29 (7:46 pm): In a word – No. It doesn’t help that the link contains extra...
- Armchair Critic (7:39 pm): C’mon dave, that’s a poor effort. All you did there after...
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Interesting answers to hard questions (for public servants!) - by Kevin Hague
Sometimes it can be tricky being a senior public servant. The Department of Conservation senior management just fronted up to the Local Government and Environment Select Committee for the Department’s ‘financial review’. This is the Department’s accountability mechanism to Parliament for how it spent its public money in the 2009-10 year, but in practice the [...] read moreDecember 9, 2010 4:41 pm - 1 Comment
Greens seek a halt to tenure review immediately - by Kevin Hague
The Green Party is calling for a halt to the tenure review process immediately as critically threatened plants and ecosystems are ploughed into pasturelands and lifestyle blocks. The process must be opened up to allow public scrutiny of the land deals before they go through. Without a clear national vision of how to protect these [...] read moreMay 5, 2010 4:23 pm - 2 Comments