APP policy: Foreign affairs

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International treaties As a sovereign nation, Australians have a right to exercise complete control over our nation’s destiny. We reject the myriad of United Nations treaties signed by successive governments without consultation with the Australian ...
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APP policy: Welfare and unemployment

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The current welfare system has been failing our unemployed, especially the long-term unemployed. This is a problematic situation for workers of all ages, but especially for long-term unemployed youth. The lack of employment can lead to low ...
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Sharman Stone, MP, supports the Protectionist Party’s idea for foreign aid

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Readers may be aware of recent suggestions by Liberal MP Sharman Stone that a reform is needed in regards to Australia’s administration of our foreign aid. Ms. Stone is getting a fairly good hearing across the printed media for her innovative idea ...
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APP policy: Taxation

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The Australian economy is currently burdened with several unnecessary taxes, in particular those introduced by the Gillard government, such as the Carbon Tax and Flood Levy, which are to the detriment of businesses and consequently working ...
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APP policy: Border protection and asylum seekers

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Stopping the refugee racket Australia should not accept any “boat people” refugee claimants who are economic immigrants. All alleged “asylum seekers” who head to Australia, passing by or through several other countries on the way, have clearly ...
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APP policy: Multiculturalism

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As a term, Multiculturalism is often misunderstood by many people, with some thinking that Multiculturalism simply refers to a country having within it people from other cultures, whereas the truth is that Multiculturalism is actually a political ...
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Tasmanian rail closures – Labor’s relation with big business on the wrong track

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Just when the Tasmanian Labor Government of Lara Giddings had thought the dust had settled on the furore following Federal Group’s retreat from it’s involvement in the management of the rail operations in Tasmania’s west, reports have emerged showing ...
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APP policy: The Economy

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Every nation is entitled to determine the course of its own destiny. Economic protectionism is based on this simple principle. A moderate level of protectionism is necessary both for the future of Australian workers and for the well-being of the ...
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