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Kris Sayce
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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.
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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Once a German, always a German...

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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...

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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...

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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.

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Check out my new market commentary video on Facebook...

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Here's David Leyonhjelm's first essay for Money Morning Australia...

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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The filthy stench of a public sector parasite...

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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...

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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.
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