A better way for Australia

History will record that this was Australia's lost decade.

It's time to return to our roots and rebuild Australia.

Our social crisis has seen us lose freedom of speech, family re-defined and human dignity trashed.

Our economic crisis is in energy uncertainty and unaffordability along with unsustainable debt.

The remedy is policy based on conservative principles of stronger families, smaller government, lower taxes, personal responsibility and a return to civil society.

That's why I've joined Australian Conservatives, to continue the fight and bring common sense back to Canberra.


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