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The Australian | 4/30/2017
Have a look through the comments section of the first two parts of our Lost Property series and you’ll see solutions everywhere. Good, bad, funny, earnest, well-researched essays and undercooked thought bubbles. Everyone has a view on what should happen next. Some solutions, however, keep rising to the top, usually also proposed by economists, strategists, planners, analysts and even politicians.
The New York Times | 4/30/2017
Here are a dozen things we have learned in President Trump’s first 100 days.
1. Trump has had the worst beginning of any president since, oh, perhaps William Henry Harrison (who died a month after his inauguration). Trump has had no legislative triumphs, and he has by far the lowest public approval of any new president in polling history. Large majorities say he is not honest, does not keep promises and does not care about ordinary people.
SMH | 4/30/2017
The Treasurer, Scott Morrison, strayed into some rather silly territory this week in a speech seeking to lay down a new set of markers for the budget, divvying up government debt into "good" and "bad" debt.
In a small way, it's nice to have a concession – at last - that government debt is not always "bad".
Business Insider | 4/26/2017
Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is taking on the country’s gas producers as part of his plan to tackle the rising gas prices for Australian consumers due to domestic shortages.
Producers will now operate under tighter restrictions on exports to ensure that Australian consumers and business have an adequate supply.
SMH | 4/26/2017
The White House made its opening bid for what officials called the "biggest tax cut" in US history - with cuts that would benefit businesses, the middle class and certain high-earning individuals - but left unanswered questions about whether the plan would be paid for, or how.