In her latest outburst of note, I see she has followed the Mark Steyn route, using the "f" word:
As the Cats realise, the long march through the institutions continues. But when it comes to the Climate Change Authority, no marching was required – it was set up with all the required poseurs and frauds in place from the getgo....
But how could chair of the CCA, Bernie Fraser, think it appropriate to give a running commentary on government policy, opposition policy and the wild estimates the CCA puts on these policies?
This is serious weird – nay outrageous – stuff and Bernie knows it (given his history in the bureaucracy). But I guess he is on a mission, in part to help his mates in the industry super funds which are still overweight renewables.
The CCA comprises Bernie Fraser, Ian Chubb, David Karoly, Clive Hamilton and John Quiggin.
I wonder if Judith could expand upon which of them are the "frauds". I note the use of the plural.
I also wonder why economists and academics on the receiving end of her condescending, and now (in my view) clearly defamatory vitriol never call her out for it.
And not for the first time, I wonder why Sinclair Davidson never seems very worried about his potential legal liability for what the blog under his control says? Maybe he can claim ignorance of some thread content, but he certainly can't do that very credibility for what one of his "star" contributors writes.