Bilateral free-migration agreements would also have no electoral impact because the people from these countries could not vote in our election.
The idea that no companies would increase investment is fanciful and argued by no-one, not even the Greens.
The US is one of the few areas of the world in which there is an energy investment boom underway, a development that could smooth out the uncertainties of geopolitical events around the world.
Do state and territory claims for renewable energy add up to more than our national total?
According to a report from the World Economic Forum from 2017, a digital transformation has already swept across the energy industry.
Demand and prices for uranium are low and set to remain so: bad news for Australia's uranium industry but good news for those opposed to nuclear power.
Could anything have been done previously to diminish the risk of a rout on house prices?
Even if there was once some justification for subsidising the cost of solar panels, that is certainly no longer the case.
If so, by 'squeezing' any generators into even more intermittent supply, are they making the whole SA power supply system more expensive.
Australian voting patterns suggest that although the overall dominance of the main parties remains, voters increasingly vote against a party as opposed to for the opposition.
If there's one big reason for the U.S. energy revolution, it's that new technology has allowed American companies to beat the competition.
Company tax will put money in the pockets of big business and foreigners while ordinary Australians feel economic pain