Family Law in One Nation’s sights

Sunday Live Stream from a local farm in Glasshouse

Live with Steve Dickson and Malcolm Roberts from Glasshouse Mountains.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Saturday, March 3, 2018

Malcolm Roberts, Steve Dickson, Leith Erikson from 21 Fathers and Esta went live for an in depth discussion on Family Law Review and the child support system.

Watch the video to see what they had to say and where One Nation is up to in its fight for change.

One Nation Policy Announcement—Tax: Foreign-owned multinationals

Did you know there are over 700 foreign-owned multinationals operating in Australia that pay little to no tax?One Nation has a plan to make these companies pay their fair share and start contributing to Australia so that we can build much-needed infrastructure such as schools, roads and hospitals, and start to wind back our national debt clock.Please view the full policy online at http://bit.ly/2GSDEKF#OneNation #PaulineHanson #SteveDickson #TaxReform #Tax #Multinationals #Policy #PAYG

Posted by Steve Dickson on Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Foreign Owned Multinationals Policy Announcement

Did you know there are over 700 foreign-owned multinationals operating in Australia that pay little to no tax?

One Nation has a plan to make these companies pay their fair share and start contributing to Australia so that we can build much-needed infrastructure such as schools, roads and hospitals, and start to wind back our national debt clock without cracking down on everyday Australians.

Please view the whole policy here.

It's time to eradicate Ice

Ice is evil.Our kids are dying, it's time to stand together and make a difference. It's time to eradicate Ice.#EradicateIce #SteveDickson #PaulineHanson #OneNation #Drugs #Meth #Methamphetamine #Ice #Australia #Queensland

Posted by Steve Dickson on Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Ice Epidemic Breaking Families

Steve Dickson took the time to hear the Jennine’s heartbreaking story; living through a family member succumbing to the drug.

What do you think? Should laws change to enable parents to force their child into rehabilitation or recovery centres even if the child is over 18 years of age and (under current laws) no longer the legal responsibility of the parent?

Steve Dickson on Paul Murray Live

Steve Dickson talked to Paul Murray on the day of his announcement as a Senate candidate about the spiralling debt, multinational companies and Labor still not being finished with the section 44 saga.

Steve Dickson rejects smart meters on all Australian homes

SMART METERS - NOT A SMART IDEAYou may not have seen today, Labor and the Liberal parties are supporting a call to install smart meters in every house and businesses across Australia. It's a move that would raise the cost of power during peak periods in a bid to lower demand, as data shows Victoria and South Australia are unable to produce enough energy on hot days with little or no wind.It would also give Governments the ability to flick the switch on your electricity in peak periods.I don't know about you, but I don't want anyone having the ability to regulate the use of power in my home, let alone jack the price up simply because it's a hot day and there's greater demand on what should be readily available access to electricity.It's pretty clear that the state and federal governments have failed to ensure adequate power supply to a growing nation.#Auspol #OneNation #SteveDickson #PaulineHanson #SmartMeters #Victoria #Power #Electricity #SouthAustralia

Posted by Steve Dickson on Monday, February 5, 2018

Smart Meters – Not A Smart Idea

“You may not have seen, Labor and the Liberal parties are supporting a call to install smart meters in every house and businesses across Australia.

It’s a move that would raise the cost of power during peak periods in a bid to lower demand, as data shows Victoria and South Australia are unable to produce enough energy on hot days with little or no wind.

It would also give Governments the ability to flick the switch on your electricity in peak periods.

I don’t know about you, but I don’t want anyone having the ability to regulate the use of power in my home, let alone jack the price up simply because it’s a hot day and there’s greater demand on what should be readily available access to electricity.

It’s pretty clear that the state and federal governments have failed to ensure adequate power supply to a growing nation.”

Steve Dickson
Queensland State Leader