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Jason Kenney's 'blue ribbon panel' is sharpening its razors

This is going to turn out to be like eliminating the mortgage so fast you have to sell the house.

Still, give Kenney credit, it was a clever piece of political marketing, with the chair of the six-member panel a former New Democratic Party finance minister, which is certain to be noted immediately and many times hereafter by the United Conservative Party government's media cheering section, and her vice a former Alberta Liberal.

But don't worry about that if you're a die-hard Conservative, they're the kind of New Democrat and Liberal that radical market fundamentalists can love.

Janice MacKinnon, now a University of Saskatchewan history professor, is a former New Democrat alright, but not really one that can be called a Dipper in good standing if you happen to believe in the sorts of things that normally define New Democrats.

Coalition clinches majority government — here's what it means for you

While Prime Minister Scott Morrison enjoyed a cold one at the ‘Shark Park’ rugby league grounds in his electorate of Cook on Sunday, the ABC’s election computers were still working overtime.

By 11.30pm on Saturday night, Morrison’s Liberal-National Coalition had secured enough seats to stop Labor from winning the election, despite opinion polls to the contrary. But the ability to form a majority government was unclear throughout Sunday, with five seats still in doubt.

The ABC’s election mathematicians have officially predicted that the Coalition will claim at least 77 seats, one more than the required 76 to take control of the House of Representatives.

The Tasmanian seat of Bass will be won by Liberal Party candidate Bridget Archer , sending Labor MP Ross Hart packing. Meanwhile, Liberal MP Gladys Liu is predicted to be the winner in the eastern suburbs Melbourne seat of Chisolm, beating off challenger Jennifer Yang despite a 2.9% swing against the government.

Do you support Congress's bailout plan, or the House Republicans' bailout plan?

Here's the bullet points directly from the House GOP plan:

* Rather than providing taxpayer funded purchases of frozen mortgage assets, we should adopt a mortgage insurance approach to solve the problem.

I like the Republican's plan a lot better than the Democrat's plan, but what I really want is for the people who got loans they should not have received to go bankrupt and the bankers who issued the loans prosecuted for fraud.

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