The enemy is at our door!

I am fairly sure that when, at the beginning of WWII, Britain…

Pardoning Julian Assange: Donald Trump, WikiLeaks and the…

The central pillar to Democratic paranoia and vengefulness regarding the loss of…

Indue, Uhlmann, Andrew Bolt And Holden Cars...

Politics seems to have reached a point where we don't just have…

Measure your goodness by who you include, not…

By Elizabeth Dangerfield  There is a delightful film called Chocolat, set in a…

Let's get religion off the agenda - NOW

The dictionary meaning of ‘to believe’1 accept that (something) is true, especially…

“Leave Our Bloke Alone”: A Little Mission for…

“I think that now it is time that the government I am…

The smirking arrogance of the LNP

By Kathryn Not a single day goes by that we are not…

Comedy without art (part 13)

By Dr George Venturini  Following federal budget changes two years ago, the corporate…

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Pardoning Julian Assange: Donald Trump, WikiLeaks and the DNC

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The central pillar to Democratic paranoia and vengefulness regarding the loss of Hillary Clinton in 2016 was the link between Russian hacking, the servers of the Democratic National Committee and the release of emails via WikiLeaks. Over time, that account has become a matter of hagiography, an article of faith,…

The enemy is at our door!

RosemaryJ36

I am fairly sure that when, at the beginning of WWII, Britain established a War Cabinet to decide strategies and policies to enable the country to prevent invasion, and supply and provision troops to fight in Europe, while at the same time ensuring that there was enough food to go…

No. I will not.

The AIM Network

I wrote to the senate inquiry today to speak as a private citizen, as a survivor of crime and as a social security entitlement recipient who is also a long term clean and sober alcoholic and drug addict. I am one of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people…

Indue, Uhlmann, Andrew Bolt And Holden Cars...

Rossleigh

Politics seems to have reached a point where we don't just have different views depending who we are. We've gone…

Measure your goodness by who you include, not who you…

The AIM Network

By Elizabeth Dangerfield  There is a delightful film called Chocolat, set in a French village after the Second World War. The…

News and Politics

Indue, Uhlmann, Andrew Bolt And Holden Cars...

Rossleigh

Politics seems to have reached a point where we don't just have different views depending who we are. We've gone…

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Let's get religion off the agenda - NOW

RosemaryJ36

The dictionary meaning of ‘to believe’1 accept that (something) is true, especially without proof."the superintendent believed Lancaster's story"2 hold (something)…

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Why ScottyFromMarketing’s latest sales pitch is such a farce

Kaye Lee

In a belated attempt to look like he cares, ScottyFromMarketing has latched onto a new line to justify his government’s…

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Inequality: Just what do you mean by that? Surely you…

John Lord

Nothing divides a community, or a nation for that matter, more than inequality yet conservatives through out history have practised…

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Trashing our democracy

David Tyler

“They are trashing our democracy in the way they are dealing with this disgusting political cover-up,” Penny Wong on…

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The miracle of Brother Scott and the Mammonites

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  Even taking into account the brown paper bag kakocracies of Johannes Bjelke-Petersen and Robert Askin or the dodgy brothers operations of…

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Environment

The War on Climate Change has already begun and we…

The AIM Network

By Elizabeth DangerfieldNot by burying our heads in the sand. Not by waiting for everyone to be reasonable and listen to…

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Local solutions for global problems

RosemaryJ36

The world is in a mess, which is getting worse as each day goes by. In Australia, recent fires and…

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Manual for screwing the Earth – Part two: Strategies (iii)

The AIM Network

By Elizabeth Dangerfield  Continued from Manual for screwing the Earth - Part two: Strategies (ii)Strategy 3 - Suppress any possible oppositionYou…

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Social Justice

Women not safe from violence in mental health inpatient facilities

The AIM Network

RMIT Media ReleaseWomen who spend time in mental health inpatient facilities are not being protected from gender-based violence, according to…

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Rorts sports

ozfenric

The “sports rorts” saga that has lately claimed the privileged position of Bridget McKenzie has consumed many newspaper front pages…

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Doing it for ourselves

ozfenric

I've previously written about conservative politics being unconvinced about the very purpose of government. It is becoming clearer, through repeated…

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AIM Extra

Measure your goodness by who you include, not who you…

The AIM Network

By Elizabeth Dangerfield  There is a delightful film called Chocolat, set in a French village after the Second World War. The…

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“Leave Our Bloke Alone”: A Little Mission for Julian Assange

Dr Binoy Kampmark

“I think that now it is time that the government I am a part of needs to be standing up…

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Comedy without art (part 13)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  Following federal budget changes two years ago, the corporate sector - and particularly the financial sector -…

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Acceptance and Action

RosemaryJ36

What is the world coming to!Even Andrew Bolt – maybe in a somewhat half-hearted way – is showing signs of…

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Corporate Occupations: The UN Business “Black List” and Israel’s Settlements

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Mikhail Bakunin, in that charming anarchist tradition, regarded the state as an evil to be done away with. Such collective…

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Daze of our Lives

The AIM Network

By Robert Stygall  The Prime Minister had phoned him earlier that week. After the usual pleasantries and a couple of Barnaby…

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Your Say

The smirking arrogance of the LNP

The AIM Network

By Kathryn Not a single day goes by that we are not confronted with yet another LNP rort, another criminal…

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Political donations: buying votes?

RosemaryJ36

Listening to ABC’s QandA last night (17/02/20), I had a light bulb moment.When the politicians whom we elect are members…

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The despair of having a Morrison government

RosemaryJ36

The Coalition took very few policies to the last election – which left them plenty of space to use in…

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