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Once a German, always a German...
Secret 1933 film shows Edward VIII teaching this Nazi salute to the Queen
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Would be interesting to see who realised movie to the media. A Disgruntled serf ?
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It doesn't matter you clowns. Whether she spends her wages or claims the expense, it's still taxpayer money either way. All public servants are cancers on society and on the private sector...
Joe Hockey is dead right. It doesn't pass the "sniff test". Or the pub test. Or the common sense test.
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It would be great if we could all steal and defraud. If we are caught, We simply pay back. No question's ask.
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Check out my new market commentary video on Facebook...
Australia’s most outspoken financial news service – Money Morning – isn’t afraid to tell it like it...
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Just received the first commentary from our new 'star' contributor. I'll reveal who it is and post the article shortly...
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such a tease!
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The filthy stench of a public sector parasite...
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Not against the rules as has been properly disclosed or he would have been sanctioned already. Is probably naive, better If his wife rented to someone else and he rented own place from unrelated party, even though the amounts are subject to a reasonableness test and the risk of tenant damage or default are lower if she rents it to Joe.

Issue is same for any politician with a spouse who has high earnings potential.

They cannot ethically directly invest in ASX or likely any shares, would have to invest through a mutual fund. It is of course "a poor look" for Joe and the Libs but all property investors face the risk of a decrease in asset prices, hopefully not bringing the banking system down with it. Australian bank deposits largely insured by the taxpayers. She cannot pit into Super because of contribution caps.

Housing in desirable areas of large popular cities will usually be priced higher than many people would like, which has been the case for a very long time. In many large cities like New York, Paris, London, most working people have always rented.




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They said it could never happen here, yet, here it comes. I said all along this would be the first step - voluntary contributions to an increased state pension.
The UK government's move into 'selling annuities' could be a sign of things to come in Australia.
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Selling annuities through Australia Post ???
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They're coming for your super, and if you don't prepare for it, you're a fool...
Australia faces more than decade of deficits with an assessment by the independent Parliamentary Budget Office concluding shortfalls of up to $100 billion will be accumulated between now and 2025-26.
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Abdiwali bilal i am a powerful policy political Michelle Obama all sacertey may barcking
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Haha, mainstream focuses on this, meanwhile the government is $373 billion in debt, has a huge deficit, and will likely begin raiding private super funds after the next election...
Labor's finance spokesman says there is "no way" Bronwyn Bishop can remain as Speaker if she signed a particular form.
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It's none of the government's business if parents want to take kids on holiday during term time. Kids aren't the property of the state.
Parents are as mad as hell, and they're not going to take it any more.
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Kris, My wife and I do this. We holiday late February for just 1 week. The weather is still fine, The rates are 50% cheaper, And the lines to do things are far far shorter then peak time.
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Here's David Leyonhjelm's first essay for Money Morning Australia...
You guys are brilliant. I feel more relaxed about the future than ever simply because I know what is going on rather than floundering around with smoke screens and mirrors from the government and mainstream.
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OK. Let's get something straight on this. Ideologically, there's nothing wrong with bribery if it involves one willing participant paying money in order to win a favour or a deal.
The main problem with FIFA is that the alleged bribery involves the use of taxpayer dollars. In other words, it potentially involves using a non-willing participant's money to secure a deal.
But the even bigger issue here is the hypocrisy from governments. Governments and statists are criticising FIFA for doing what all governments do every single day of the year - that is, they use someone else's money in order to bribe another person (or people) in return for the favour of receiving their votes at an election.
So, if government's want to ban bribery, then go for it, maybe it's the only chance we've got of preventing governments from wasting tax dollars...
Russia and Qatar could lose the 2018 and 2022 World Cups respectively if evidence emerges of bribery, leading Fifa official Domenico Scala has said.
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With the current level of social connectivity people might have a chance to get ahead of the government and vote for the actionable democracy utilising  online technologies for social engineering. Crowd sourcing for a public project could be a start if there is a will and a few guys in the initiative group. 
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Typical thugs of the State, doing their duty to abuse citizens. This is legalised assault...
A Melbourne man claims he was pepper sprayed at "point blank" by a Protective Services Officer at a train station in Melbourne's north on Thursday night.
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Well, I've never been harassed by the transport thugs. I've been asked to show my ticket. Does that constitute harssment? A few trips back when I was transiting between domestic and international at Brisbane airport a young guy walked through the Airtrain exit without showing a ticket. A slight and pretty uniformed girl gave chase, asking him to come back, but he just carried on. Did that constitute thuggery on her part? I had the urge to foot trip the little prick, and might have if I'd been beside him. Would that have constituted thuggery on my part, or the just reasonable thwarting of an escaping thief? Police thuggery should be dealt with strongly when it happens, and there are plenty of examples of it, but I don't consider this instance to be thuggery. As for public transport, I agree that there should no such thing. It should be entirely up to private companies to run a transport service if there is enough demand for them to warrant it, and government should get out and stay out.
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Kris Sayce, Australia's most outspoken financial commentator, will take anyone to task — banks, governments, big business — if he thinks they are trying to pull a fast one with your money.
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A note from Kris...

Welcome to my Google+ page. Click on the 'Posts' tab above and you’ll see where I share investment ideas and research that don’t make it into Money Morning — along with any interesting articles I think you might like to read. 

Most of what I share there is only available to Google+ subscribers, but you can make sure you get everything by clicking the ‘Add to circles’ button above.

P.S. If you’re new to Google+, you’ll have to sign up first. But don’t worry, it’s easy and free. Simply click the ‘Join Google+’ button at the top of this page now.

Cheers,
Kris


About Kris Sayce

Kris Sayce is the Chief Editor of Australia’s biggest circulation daily financial email — Money Morning Australia.

Kris is a fully accredited advisor in shares, options, warrants and foreign-exchange investments.

He’s also the Investment Director at Port Phillip Publishing (PPP) an independent financial publisher based in Melbourne, Australia — and Editor of Australian Small-Cap Investigator (ASI).

ASI is his small-cap stock research service. It provides detailed analysis on some the brightest, smallest listed companies on the ASX.

Kris has more than fifteen years’ experience in analysing small-cap stocks. He began his career in the biggest wasp’s nest in the financial world — the city of London — as a finance broker back in 1995.

It’s there where he got his ‘baptism of fire’ into the financial markets, specialising in small-cap stock analysis on London’s Alternative Investment Market. This covered everything from Kazakhstani gold miners to toy train companies.

After moving to Australia, Kris spent several years at a leading Australian wealth-management company. However he began to realise the finance and brokerage industry was more interested in lining its own pockets with fat fees, commissions and perks —rather than genuinely helping out the private investors they were supposed to be ‘working’ for.

So in 2005 Kris started writing for Port Phillip Publishing — a company which was more attuned to his investment outlook.

Initially he began writing for the Daily Reckoning Australia — but eventually, took over Money Morning as it’s Editor in Chief. It’s now read by over 50,000 subscribers each day.

Kris has a nose for sniffing out the stories the newspapers SHOULD be covering.

He covers share market developments, company announcements and economic events that may affect your wealth.

Dubbed the ‘Jeremy Clarkson of Australian finance’, he’ll take anyone to task — banks, governments, big business — if he thinks they are trying to pull a fast one with your money!

Whether you agree with Kris or not, you’ll find his common-sense, thought-provoking arguments well worth a read.

To have his investment insights delivered straight to your inbox each day, take out a free subscription to Money Morning here.

And to find out how you can start making big money from small cap stocks, take out a free 30 day trial of his paid subscription service Australian Small-Cap Investigator here.

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