The Coalition promised a lot in 2013, yet in the two and a half years since becoming the government, they could not boast one measurable statistic that… Read more “The Neo-liberal Juggernaut Rolls On”
Category: blogging 101
It’s all just numbers in a computer
The strength of a nation’s wealth is its GDP, its gross domestic product, its ability to produce goods and services that people here and overseas want to… Read more “It’s all just numbers in a computer”
Disunity is death and the Liberals have it in Buckets
From memory John Howard was the first to say, “Disunity is death” when referring to political parties, although just about everyone in politics says it now. And,… Read more “Disunity is death and the Liberals have it in Buckets”
The gift that keeps on giving.
The media is in a spin over all this chatter about the possibility that former PM Tony Abbott might make another run for the top job. Abbott… Read more “The gift that keeps on giving.”
Australia Day: a date that divides us
As Australia Day 2016 approaches, I feel, once again, a sense of discomfort, something I attribute to my uneasiness about what this day represents. I have long felt uncomfortable… Read more “Australia Day: a date that divides us”
The Game is Rigged.
A short video by Robert Reich lasting just 2 minutes 35 seconds landed in my news feed on Facebook a few days ago. For all I know… Read more “The Game is Rigged.”
Blogging for a Better Australia
What do the following have in common: Tony Abbott, Joe Hockey, Arthur Sinodinos, David Johnston, Bronwyn Bishop, Jamie Briggs, Eric Abetz, Mal Brough, Kevin Andrews, Bruce Billson?… Read more “Blogging for a Better Australia”