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Street Beat on Election Day 2016 


Today the RNA team hit the streets to get a feel for how folks are voting in the election. By General Maddox. (RealNewsAustralia.com) After months of mind numbing campaigning the 2016 Federal Election has been and gone. The polling booths are closed and the remaining votes are being tallied. Not to sound like an Obama […]

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Voting Fail by Design


Why aren’t electoral systems taught in schools? By General Maddox A recent Brisbane Times opinion piece written by Australia’s youngest Federal MP Wyatt Roy has raised a good point and calls for our electoral systems to be added to the national school curriculum. So why isn’t it there already? Shouldn’t we all know how it […]

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Flies in the Ointment


Barely 48 hours have passed since Australia has switched the faction of government from Labor to Liberal. No real surprise there, since the ALP has done a splendid job of begging Australians not to vote for them this time around. All the Liberals had to do was say as little as possible and keep their […]

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A vote of confidence?


Barely a moment of the day passes when we Australians are not assaulted from seemingly every dimension of the cosmos by election coverage. Taking comfort in the fact that it will all be over in three weeks is about the best one can do under the circumstances, unless you’re a reporter or opinioneer in the […]

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