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There is no exclusivity to stupidity

Posted by James Cagney on 6 May 2020
James Cagney is a strategic entrepreneur living in Australia. He is an antagonist for fair business practice for small business enterprises (SME's). Politicians fall short understanding how small business function as most have no business experience. Many bureaucrats are the most ignorant a...
Posted in: There is no exclusivity to stupidity  

The tourism industry in Queensland is in ruin

Posted by James Cagney on 6 May 2020
Queensland tourism has had a $6 billion loss since the  beginning March and after the State Government closed it's borders. Many businesses have been affected so badly  that will never reopen. Unemployment in early May 2020 Queensland is over 300,000 and Job-keeper applications ar...
Posted in: Queensland tourism industry is in ruin  

Australian tax payers will pay for COVID - 19

Posted by James Cagney on 4 May 2020
The huge debt the Australian Federal & State governments' have chalked up with their lock-down and business shut-down policies. The current business shut-down will cause significant contraction to our economy for years to come.The current economic output meltdown is estimated to decreas...
Posted in: Australian tax payers will pay for decades for COVID-19 lockdown  

Congratulations to Queenland Landlords who had the courage to take on the State government

Posted by James Cagney on 27 April 2020
  Minister for Housing and Public Works, Minister for Digital Technology and Minister for Sport
The Honourable Mick de Brenni Fair middle ground reac...
Posted in: Palaszczuk Government listened to Landlords  

Ludicrous QLD proposed tenancy legislation

Posted by James Cagney on 18 April 2020
Anna Palaszczuk's Queensland Government's proposed Special COVID-19 Protections favour tenants at the expense of landlords. I am absolutely opposed to these proposed measures. As a landlord you should be too. Landlords will ultimately foot the bill if these proposals are approved. ...
Posted in: Qld government propose Tenancy legislation  
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