The MSM asleep at the Wheel.

Last week Mainstream Media (MSM) political commentators were united in their condemnation…

Tracking Abbotts Wreckage ‘’January Update

Tony Abbott has been in power since 7 September 2013. From that…

It’s the Economy, Stupid

Having just watched Insiders, I’m even more convinced that we have to…

Exercising suffrage insufferable without a sausage

It was a bleak day for Democracy in Queensland on Saturday. As…

Are conservatives irrelevant in the 21st century?

Are conservatives irrelevant in the 21st century? Jennifer Wilson reports. The extraordinary Queensland…

Abbott's Address To The National Press Club Tomorrow

Now, I know that there's every chance that this alleged transcript of…

Sweet revenge as Queensland voters give Newman rough…

It was sweet revenge for Queensland shadow minister for the Environment Kate…

God I love Australians

We are an apathetic bunch who would rather watch sport than talk…

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The MSM asleep at the Wheel.

John Kelly

Last week Mainstream Media (MSM) political commentators were united in their condemnation and their mockery of PM Tony Abbott following his bizarre announcement that HRH Prince Phillip would become an Australian Knight. They also seemed equally united in their condemnation of Abbott's overall performance and the prospect of an imminent leadership…

The CSIRO and the missing climate change data

Michael Taylor

Kirsten Tona's article on Newpolitics.com.au - Government ignoring climate change while the planet burns (and published on The AIMN as Canberra fiddles while Australia burns) - contained a number of links to the CSIRO website where climate change data and modelling were available to the public. Within a week of her…

This Machine Still Kills

The AIM Network

"I’ll stand with you and your right to offend but I insist on the freedom to judge you on who you’re offending and why" writes Sally Baxter. Any faint hope that a new year would shine a light in the growing darkness enveloping our planet was quickly shattered with the slaughter…

Abbott's Address To The National Press Club Tomorrow

Rossleigh

Now, I know that there's every chance that this alleged transcript of Abbott's address tomorrow is not genuine, but I'm…

Mondays at Monica’s

John Lord

Another in my summer series of short stories. Monica Attard was my tutor in fine arts at Melbourne University. She was…

Politics

Tracking Abbotts Wreckage ‘’January Update

John Lord

Tony Abbott has been in power since 7 September 2013. From that moment, he and his government have broken promises…

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It’s the Economy, Stupid

Kay Rollison

Having just watched Insiders, I’m even more convinced that we have to change the conversation about the economy. Bill Shorten…

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Exercising suffrage insufferable without a sausage

Sally Baxter

It was a bleak day for Democracy in Queensland on Saturday. As voters went to the polls, something important was…

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Sweet revenge as Queensland voters give Newman rough end of…

Edward Eastwood

It was sweet revenge for Queensland shadow minister for the Environment Kate Jones, as she easily wrested her seat back…

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Abbott's Address To The National Press Club Tomorrow

Rossleigh

Now, I know that there's every chance that this alleged transcript of Abbott's address tomorrow is not genuine, but I'm…

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Are conservatives irrelevant in the 21st century?

The AIM Network

Are conservatives irrelevant in the 21st century? Jennifer Wilson reports. The extraordinary Queensland election result saw former LNP Premier Campbell Newman…

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Environment

Canberra fiddles while Australia burns

The AIM Network

Despite the overwhelming evidence that the effects of climate change are having a devastating impact on present and future Australia,…

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A tree is for life, not just for Christmas!

Letitia McQuade

  There is something quite magical about trees. From the food we eat to the air we breath trees sustain us.…

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Australia: nature needs you

The AIM Network

What is fundamentally at stake in Australia right now is life – all of it! From Australia’s last great wilderness in…

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Social Justice

Life imitating art

The AIM Network

The scenes of social collapse in movies of a decade ago are now everyday scenes in allegedly democratic countries, writes…

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Complaint against John Howard to the International Criminal Court

The AIM Network

Australia's former Prime Minister John Howard has been accused of war crimes before the International Criminal Court in The Hague. A…

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Religion... What is it good for?

Letitia McQuade

On the latest available research approximately 84% of the world's population identify themselves as believing in, (or at least being…

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Australian Identity: Advancing or Waltzing?

The AIM Network

Since Federation, the Australian population has changed dramatically, and now Australia has become one of the most ethnically diverse countries…

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The downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 – Part 12

The AIM Network

We conclude Dr George Venturini's exposé into the shooting down of MH17. Beyond the fog (continued) Claims of indirect Russian responsibility for…

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The downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 – Part 11

The AIM Network

With investigations continuing into the downing of MH17, we are still no closer to knowing who did it, and how,…

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