25 Ways to Improve Australia

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Jamie McIntyre Launches the 21st Century Australia Party for Australian politics

Jamie shares his 25 Point Australian politics Plan to deliver a abundant, prosperous 21st Century economy, for all Australians to fairly share in the massive wealth our large nation can provide.

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6 Responses to 25 Ways to Improve Australia

  1. Johann De Joodt says:

    9. Move unions to be under the ASIC and treated the same as corporate Australia plus ensuring unions pay tax.

    What about churches, shouldn’t they be paying tax too? Where do you stand on Marriage Equality?

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