Sunday Political Talk Shows
Video interviews from today’s editions of Meet The Press and The Bolt Report. Bill Shorten and Bob Katter appeared on Meet The Press, whilst Tony Abbott appeared on The Bolt Report. Bruce Hawker and Peter Reith discussed the political sitation. Related postsFeb 03, 2011 -- Cyclone Yasi, Soldier’s Death, Egypt: Today’s BriefingsOct 01, 2012 -- [...]
Same-sex marriage off agenda at Katter party conference
Independent MP Bob Katter says there is ”no way, Jose” that same-sex marriage will be discussed at the Katter Australian Party’s national executive meeting on Friday. The fiery Queenslander threatened to walk out of a Fairfax Media interview after the … Continue reading →
Minority Government Anniversary
Today is the anniversary of the agreement between the independents Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott that delivered minority government to Julia Gillard in the aftermath of an inconclusive August 21 election. Here’s the audio of what the main players said on September 7, 2010. Bob Katter announces his decision to support the Coalition. PLAY Tony [...]
Katter Aust Party against gay marriage
Bob Katter’s party says it is against gay marriage despite backing a candidate who supports it. ACT Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) senate candidate Steve Bailey will not be disendorsed, the party’s national executive confirmed after a meeting on Friday. Mr … Continue reading →
Katter Supports Coalition; Windsor-Oakeshott Decision Due Shortly
Independent member for Kennedy Bob Katter has announced that he will support a coalition government, following negotiations since the August 21 election produced a hung parliament. Audio of Katter's press conference is available here.
Bob Katter Appears On The Circle
Channel 10 video of independent member for Kennedy, Bob Katter, appearing on The Circle.
Katter spares pro-gay candidate
Bob Katter has seemingly come to the rescue of a pro-gay-marriage candidate who was asked to resign from the party named after the maverick Queensland MP because of his views on same-sex marriage. Candidate, composer and theatre director Steven Bailey … Continue reading →
Katter party ‘outdated’ on gay unions: Newman
KATTER’S Australian Party efforts to repeal Queensland’s same-sex civil union laws will reveal its “outdated attitudes”, the premier said. Campbell Newman this week announced the Labor legislation would be changed to stop same-sex couples having a state-sanctioned ceremony, which Christian … Continue reading →