It’s ok when we do it

There is definitely a two-tier system in Australia.No, I am not talking…

Going for gold in the Bastard Olympics

By Grumpy Geezer  Australia likes to think of itself as punching above its weight,…

A cast of characters: The Monarchy (part 11)

By Dr George Venturini  At mid 2012 a new study had revealed that…

The Pinkerton Effect: The US Marines in Darwin

Subordinates rarely have a good time of dictating matters to their superiors.…

ScoMo's big speech reveals no ideas; no agenda,…

"The only one who matters is me." Donald J TrumpThe Great Satan,…

Lost in translation

By RosemaryJ36  Israel Folau’s earnest belief in the Bible, as the source of…

It is your journalism that is a “dog’s…

At what is rapidly becoming their ABC, Andrew Probyn has labelled Labor’s…

Scott McIntyre, Lest We Forget...

Ok, I figure I can use the phrase "lest we forget" because…

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It’s ok when we do it

Kaye Lee

There is definitely a two-tier system in Australia.No, I am not talking about wealth inequality, or the profit on capital compared to wage rises, or the private vs public health and education systems, or life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians - though the gaps in our society continue to…

Fear of change

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  It is no surprise that it is young people who are pushing for their elders to take effective action on the climate emergency. Not only will they suffer more from our failure to act, but they accept change as a fact of life! There could be no clearer proof…

Lack of Funds amounts to Systemic Elder Abuse - but…

Dr Tristan Ewins

In a reflection in Saturday’s Age (11/5) Merle Mitchell explained that institutionalization in aged care left her without a home. Institutionalized care can mean a loss of social networks and community. In her opinion, there was the feeling that death would be a better resolution for everyone. Fortunately, though, she…

Scott McIntyre, Lest We Forget...

Rossleigh

Ok, I figure I can use the phrase "lest we forget" because I'm not a woman wearing a head scarf…

Going for gold in the Bastard Olympics

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  Australia likes to think of itself as punching above its weight, particularly in the sporting realm. Hence, the tortured…

News and Politics

ScoMo's big speech reveals no ideas; no agenda, mandate.

David Tyler

"The only one who matters is me." Donald J TrumpThe Great Satan, as the US was to Iran in the…

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It is your journalism that is a “dog’s breakfast”, Andrew

Kaye Lee

At what is rapidly becoming their ABC, Andrew Probyn has labelled Labor’s compromise on tax cuts a “dog’s breakfast”.“By splitting…

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Scott McIntyre, Lest We Forget...

Rossleigh

Ok, I figure I can use the phrase "lest we forget" because I'm not a woman wearing a head scarf…

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You're paying too much

The AIM Network

By 2353NM  And that has nothing to do with fuel marketing cycles that seem to afflict larger cities around the country,…

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What is truth, who owns it, and why do Morrison…

John Lord

Jesus said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6.What…

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What should Labor’s strategy for this term be?

Kaye Lee

It’s interesting that all the media focus seems to remain on Labor even after they lost the election.So if that’s…

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Environment

WW3

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36World War III is the elephant in the room – Mankind against Nature.And make no mistake – Nature will…

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Are Anti-Adani Protesters Who We're Told They Are?

The AIM Network

By Shane PrimroseThe people who step-up to stop Adani with the group Frontline Action on Coal (FLAC) often find themselves…

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Not leader’s credentials but policies they support which are of…

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36If you were a teenager and you were asked “Should you or your parents decide what time you should…

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Social Justice

Adding to suffering: reducing food

The AIM Network

By Shamindan Kanapathi  On Manus Island there are three camps that are run by PNG immigration and Australian Border Force. East…

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What a good boy am I? So what’s the go…

The AIM Network

The case of Hakeem Al-Araibi vs Behrouz Boochani and countless genuine refugees (assessed by UNHCR) in Australian offshore detention on…

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Seventy Years of Aspiration: Rights Charters and the Universal Declaration…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

It was a gathering of activists masquerading as deep thinkers. Ostensibly, it was to celebrate seven decades of the Universal Declaration…

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AIM Extra

Going for gold in the Bastard Olympics

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  Australia likes to think of itself as punching above its weight, particularly in the sporting realm. Hence, the tortured…

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A cast of characters: The Monarchy (part 11)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  At mid 2012 a new study had revealed that around 30 million of the British people were…

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The Pinkerton Effect: The US Marines in Darwin

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Subordinates rarely have a good time of dictating matters to their superiors. In the webbed power relations that pass as…

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Violent Voyeurism: Surveillance, Spyware and Human Rights

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Surveillance is merely a variant of violent voyeurism, the human behind the camera or visual apparatus observing behaviour in a…

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A cast of characters: The Monarchy (part 10)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  The reality of poverty in the United Kingdom would lead to the following observations:“The UK is the…

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“The House”

Joseph Carli

Anyone familiar with that 1998 film The Truman Show will not be too amazed at what I am about to…

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Your Say

Lost in translation

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  Israel Folau’s earnest belief in the Bible, as the source of the way to follow his faith, has made…

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Values, ethics, culture - and hypocrisy!

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  The Australian Constitution Act, Section 116 states:The Commonwealth shall not make any law for establishing any religion, or for…

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Reversing the MCA flow

The AIM Network

By 1Petermcc  The grim future facing the coal industry has had a surprising outcome in the “Jobs for the Boys” scenario,…

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