What Ashby and Dickson want us to believe

Firstly, we are supposed to believe that the Qatari government have launched…

Australia as a beggar nation: How the Country…

By Dr Strobe DriverIntroductionThe analysis of Australia’s leasing of the Port of…

Hubris and its consequences

By Henry Johnston   Type the words ‘train wreck’ into your favourite search…

Dead Kids Are Not Sophisticated, Scott. Put Hanson…

One Nation flew to a foreign country to ask for millions. They…

It's everyone else's fault says Barnaby

In yet another gobsmacking display of cognitive dissonance and implausible deniability, Barnaby…

Hugs won't fix your government's Islamophobia, ScoMo.

If a lie is half-way around the world before the truth can…

Peace Be Upon All

By Khaled-Oula ElomarThis is what I had to experience Thursday night 21st…

The NSW Result, Mark Latham And Why This…

Ok, first things first. I'm not advising that anyone bet on politics,…

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What Ashby and Dickson want us to believe

Kaye Lee

Firstly, we are supposed to believe that the Qatari government have launched a three-year sting operation employing spies to influence the elections in Australia and, in order to exert influence over our government, they sought out James Ashby.Sorry James, but that’s narcissism on steroids.  As if the Qatari government has…

Our uncertain future

The AIM Network

By Stephen Fitzgerald  From the New York Times, the most dire of predictions:WASHINGTON — A major scientific report issued by 13 federal agencies on Friday presents the starkest warnings to date of the consequences of climate change for the United States, predicting that if significant steps are not taken to rein…

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 Manus Island and NauruBy Jon Chesterson  Can someone, anyone tell me what makes Hakeem Al-Raibi's case so special and different from say Behrouz Boochani or any of the other refugees on Manus…

The NSW Result, Mark Latham And Why This Means That…

Rossleigh

Ok, first things first. I'm not advising that anyone bet on politics, but the media have a vested interest in…

Australia as a beggar nation: How the Country Liberal Party…

The AIM Network

By Dr Strobe DriverIntroductionThe analysis of Australia’s leasing of the Port of Darwin (PofD) to a Chinese company (Landbridge Industry…

News and Politics

Dead Kids Are Not Sophisticated, Scott. Put Hanson Last.

Trish Corry

One Nation flew to a foreign country to ask for millions. They asked USA gun lobbyists to interfere in our…

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It's everyone else's fault says Barnaby

Kaye Lee

In yet another gobsmacking display of cognitive dissonance and implausible deniability, Barnaby Joyce has urged the Federal Government to "wake…

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Hugs won't fix your government's Islamophobia, ScoMo.

David Tyler

If a lie is half-way around the world before the truth can get its boots on, what does it take…

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The NSW Result, Mark Latham And Why This Means That…

Rossleigh

Ok, first things first. I'm not advising that anyone bet on politics, but the media have a vested interest in…

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Let’s talk about jobs and how the baby boomers could…

Kaye Lee

A few days ago, the monthly Labour Force survey for February was released and the news raised some concerns.Over the…

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NSW State Election: Let the Economic Debate About the Sustainability…

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright  Premier Berejiklian has confounded the final pre-election Newspoll to achieve an effective working majority in the NSW Legislative…

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Environment

#30 Year Challenge

The AIM Network

By 2353NM There is a social media meme at the moment where two photos are posted side by side, one from…

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Pie in the sky

The AIM Network

By Stephen Fitzgerald Greenhouse gasses trap energy from the sun and drive global warming. A one degree increase in global temperature…

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Some Myths Presented by Climate Change Deniers, Part 2

The AIM Network

By Keith Antonysen Comments such as … “Indeed, the AGW theory posing as ‘settled science’ in in fact the greatest science…

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Social Justice

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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If only Dutton and Morrison weren't so mean

Eva Cripps

In June 2018, when the world broke into uniform outrage over the forced separation and detention of illegal migrant children…

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The children, the children!

George Theodoridis

Twenty-five minutes into last Monday night's QandA, a question was asked about the refugees and specifically the children, stuck in…

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AIM Extra

Australia as a beggar nation: How the Country Liberal Party…

The AIM Network

By Dr Strobe DriverIntroductionThe analysis of Australia’s leasing of the Port of Darwin (PofD) to a Chinese company (Landbridge Industry…

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Disinviting Jordan Peterson: The Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge and Approved…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

He has sent so many cliques and groups into titters of anger, and the indignant have attempted to turn on…

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Society’s spooked with sacred superstitions

The AIM Network

By Brian Morris   There’s a critical element missing from the whole debate on ‘Religious Freedom’ -- and it’s one that…

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Responding to Red-Baiting on Marxism

Dr Tristan Ewins

A common argument on the Left is that ‘Socialism’ is not ‘Communism’ ; and this is intended to ‘deflect’ associations…

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Saving the Planet One Child at a Time: Children, School…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Children’s crusades do not necessarily end well. During the years of armed missions to the Holy Land, when Jerusalem meant…

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Getting the word out

The AIM Network

A couple of weeks ago a reader asked why AIM wasn’t being more proactive in spreading the word in what…

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Your Say

Hubris and its consequences

The AIM Network

By Henry Johnston   Type the words ‘train wreck’ into your favourite search engine, and you are more than likely to…

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Peace Be Upon All

The AIM Network

By Khaled-Oula ElomarThis is what I had to experience Thursday night 21st March 2019.After a very long day in Melbourne…

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What's that smell?

The AIM Network

For two years from May 1987 Tony Fitzgerald QC turned a spotlight and then a fire hose on the corrupt Queensland…

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