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12
Jan

What is Neo-liberalism and why knowing matters.

neoI have said it before but it deserves repeating. Democracy is not failing us; it is we who fail democracy when we fail to actively engage with it. Democracy, as we practice it today, has lost its essential direction and has been usurped by a divisive creed full of vitriolic, jingoistic spin.

 

Read more at: The Australian Independent Media Network

6
Jan

The Game is Rigged.

corpA 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 it may have been around for months, but that’s irrelevant. The message is what is important.

Reich was US Secretary for Labor, from 1993-1997 under the presidency of Bill Clinton and besides now being Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at Goldman School of Public Policy at University of California, Berkley, he is also an outspoken political commentator.

 

Read more at: The Australian Independent Media Network

9
Dec

Is Full Employment also on the Table, Malcolm?

turnIf the Australian government was serious about jobs and growth, the introduction of an ELR here, would be an economic imperative. Yet no such plan exists and none likely. Why is full employment not on the table?

Read more at: The Australian Independent Media Network

8
Dec

Australia: An Impoverished Nation

poorThe year 2015 will likely be remembered as a watershed for the Liberal Party having surrendered what they perceived as the high moral ground of never having dumped a sitting Prime Minister. Sadly though, in terms of mediocre government, that watershed extends further.  These so-called “adults” have shown us over the past 12 months that 2014 (as bad as that turned out), was just a rehearsal for 2015.

8
Dec

How to Undermine our Future Well-being

slipperyWhile the Australian economy continues sliding towards recession, the mainstream media seems more interested in focusing its attention on the latest popularity contest between Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten.

Read more at: The Australian Independent media Network

8
Dec

Everybody Loves Malcolm, but…

turnRemember all that nonsense about debt and deficit disasters, budget emergencies and how the Liberals were the only ones capable of managing the economy? What a waste of space Joe Hockey was as treasurer. What a similar waste Scott Morrison is threatening to be.

Read more at: The Australian Independent media Network

8
Dec

Printing Money

adair.turnerAs most of us know, the term ‘printing money’ is a misnomer. Apart from a small percentage of notes and coin, today all money is processed via electronic transfers from the Central Banks to the private banks who in turn credit their respective account holders. Money today is, essentially, just numbers in a computer moved around in millions of transactions every day.

Read more at: The Australian Independent media Network

8
Dec

Morrison’s Approaching Waterloo

MORRISONIt may be early days but Joe Hockey’s second and final attempt to bring down a credible budget appears to be unravelling already. Even on the night of his budget speech in May it was clear that his growth projections were far too optimistic.

Read more at: The Australian Independent Media Network

8
Dec

Abbott another Right Wing Nutter.

tonyThere’s nothing quite as pathetic as watching a former Australian prime minister trying to redress a less than stellar political career. That Tony Abbott would use the Margaret Thatcher Lecture to do it, however, seems to fit nicely into his Anglophilic world view.

Read more at: The Australian Independent Media Network

8
Dec

Malcolm Fears neither Debt nor the Conservatives.

turnTurnbull, it would seem, has decided that he will crash through or crash. To make public his intentions in such flamboyant language is a challenge to those who still cling to the ultra-conservative mindset that would hold the nation back.

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