Australian PM Morrison: "we are working to - outlaw these indulgent and selfish" Climate Protests — Daily Sound and Fury
Australia is the world’s biggest exporter of coal. Australia's Leader Called For A Crackdown On Environmentalists Before Fires Broke Out Governments are increasingly casting environmental activism as a new kind of extremism, punishing and marginalizing protesters. By J. Lester Feder Just weeks before unprecedented wildfires broke out across Australia, killing an estimated 1 billion animals, the...
Government rejected major air-tanker expansion — The Sydney Morning Herald
Calls for a national air-tanker fleet to fight fires were rejected four years ago because the Coalition government said it was up to the states to fund firefighting.
Morrison fell for the same trap that caught George W Bush — ABC News
Nobody cares about the Prime Minister's problems when their house is under threat or they feel their lives are in danger. Hurricane Katrina was one of the worst natural disasters in US history. It displaced hundreds of thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. The damage was estimated at $US100 billion, and more than 1,000 people are thought to have died. When it struck, US President George W Bush was on vacation on his ranch in Texas. The two days it took for him to decide…
'For God's sake': Rudd says PM unfit for job after Liberal party bushfire ad — The Age
Kevin Rudd says Scott Morrison is unfit to occupy Australia's highest office after release of Liberal party video spruiking PM's response to bushfire crisis.
Morrison pulled up over insensitive cricket comment — FOX SPORTS Australia
Scott Morrison has suggested the horrific bushfires that claimed three more lives this week are happening in the backdrop of Test cricket.
Analysis: A fudge, a fib and a family holiday ruined as Morrison's recall damages his brand — ABC News
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will return early from a family holiday in Hawaii. Australia's marketing expert Prime Minister has just had his first major product recall. Scott Morrison's brand has been damaged, as he wings his way back to Australia from Hawaii, a trifle shop-soiled and humiliated. And all because Morrison and his office thought they could engineer silence on a family holiday. As so often in politics, it's the cover-up that gets you. No-one begrudges the fellow going on…