As the iron ore price collapses, the shrieks from Australia's most self-entitled, arrogant industrial sector are beginning to echo through public debate. Today, Gina Rinehart, whose primary contribution to public debate in Australia was to suggest Australians should work for $2 a day, is reported as demanding that "red tape" be urgently slashed in the mining sector to accommodate an industry facing dramatically lower prices for its key exports. As the Financial Review recounts, she says