Posts Tagged Politics
Students will never be granted the same opportunities irrespective of wealth. It is a constraint of the system. Those trapped within their ideology must exit the conversation here.
The question is not about ideals, it is about money. Our money.
It is a statistical fact that private school students receive less taxpayer funding than their public counterparts…
Something I wrote for the previous federal election. The message applies to tomorrow’s Victorian state election. Both of Australia’s major political parties share the view that minority parties should be discarded. Their sentiments are no more than a cynical, self-serving power grab. The LNP expect to gain leadership tomorrow, and hope to attain control of […]