Author Archives: Sinclair Davidson

Who owns the banks?

This morning Chris Mitchell had a go at the ABC: Business writers who do not understand such things should not be writing in the area. Those who wilfully conflate turnover and pro­fit should be run out of journalism. Alberici is … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Story, Economics and economy, Financial Services | 62 Comments

Monday Forum: February 26, 2018

Posted in Open Forum | 1,795 Comments

Abbott misses the boat (Again)

This op-ed from a year ago came up on my Facebook feed and I thought I’d repost it as it is still current and timely. +++***+++ I have an op-ed in the AFR dealing with Tony Abbott’s comments about immigration and housing … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Story, Conservative politics, Economics and economy | 242 Comments

Open Forum: February 24, 2018

Posted in Open Forum | 1,343 Comments

Allan Hird: ASADA out of control

ASADA is out of control. Let me repeat that: ASADA is out of control. In the Jessica Peris case it has shown a complete disdain for her rights and for the ASADA Act. The ASADA Act, drafted and enacted by … Continue reading

Posted in AFLgate, Hypocrisy of progressives, Oppressive government, Shut it down. Fire them all. | 17 Comments

Depart, I say.

We are fighting to-day for our life, for our liberty, for our all; we cannot go on being led as we are. I have quoted certain words of Oliver Cromwell. I will quote certain other words. I do it with … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 election, Politics | 141 Comments

CSIRO – Blockchain slides

Earlier today I gave a talk to a CSIRO conference. My powerpoint slides are here.

Posted in Cryptoeconomics | 4 Comments

Kate Sills: The Promise of Smart Contracts

                     STAN Jerry, we’re not just going to give you seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. WADE What the heck were you thinkin’? Heck, if I’m only gettin’ bank interest, I’d look for complete security. Heck, FDIC. I don’t see nothin’ … Continue reading

Posted in Cross Post, Cryptoeconomics | 8 Comments

Who are you going to blame?

This is what Tony Abbott reckons is currently wrong with Australia: My issue is not immigration; it’s the rate of immigration at a time of stagnant wages, clogged infrastructure, soaring housing prices and, in Melbourne at least, ethnic gangs that … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Rule of law | 70 Comments

Wednesday Forum: February 21, 2018

Posted in Open Forum | 1,729 Comments