Agribuzz with David Leyonhjelm
The WWF/Greenpeace business model is the same one perfected by organised crime for centuries - a protection racket.
For sound reasons, dog shows aren't judged by dogs. What does it matter where he lives?
Patrick - mining is by no means a cheap option unless you have a spare billion or two lying around and 7-10 years up your sleeve to get into production.
Following the weekend's NSW election results, it should be clear that a vocal few are opposing co-existence and taking whatever comfort they can maintaining rural hierarchies.
The fact that this group's Native Title claim to the region in question has not been determined is why they haven't earned a seat at the table yet.
Sir Les - imagine you would want to see the rule also applied to food and fibre exports?
Around 6% of the the CSG wells currently supplying gas to the east coast and to the export facilities on Curtis Island have been subjected to hydraulic fracturing, a technique that has been used by the petroleum industry across more than 2 million wells for the past 40 years. I wonder if those claiming that renewable energy can fire up the diesel tractor, truck, pump etc have experience with anything other than 24/7 energy delivered to their front door.