Bullshit Jobs!

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Sunday 30 April 2017 1 Remember the phrase ''spending like a drunken sailor''…

Good and Bad Debt from Dumb and Dumber

Finally something of interest came forth from the mouths of our good…

Make up your bloody mind

For an organisation to run successfully, they must identify goals, prioritise them,…

Series: What is propaganda in 2017 and how…

Recently I wrote about Cambridge Analytica (CA), I’ve discovered since then that…

Attack On The ANZACs Must Be Condemned!

Hot on the heels of Yassmin Abdel-Magied and her refusal to adopt…

Drug-Safe campaigner invites local communities to get involved.

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Day to Day Politics: Whoops, their hypocrisy is showing badly.

John Lord

Sunday 30 April 2017 1 Remember the phrase ''spending like a drunken sailor'' and how the conservative parties aided and abetted by the power of the Murdoch press would shout their gutter vile comments about debt and deficit? Here are a few examples. It's been going on for years. "Skyrocketing deb out…

Book Review: Surviving the 21st Century

Robyn Dunphy

Surviving the 21st Century Humanity's Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them is Julian Cribb's latest book. I was halfway through Chapter Two when I thought, "This book should be mandatory reading for every politician around the globe." Everyone, politician or not, can benefit and learn from the…

Indigenous suicide prevention in the Digital Age

The AIM Network

By Judith Crispin Aboriginal Australians are dying. Needlessly. We are losing three Aboriginal people a week to suicide, from a population that is just over half a million, and an Indigenous person is four times more likely to take their own life than a non-Indigenous person. I am working with the Warlpiri community of Lajamanu…

Bullshit Jobs!

Rossleigh

In "Utopia for Realists", Rutger Bregman reminds us about the New York garbage strike of 1968, and then compares it…

Bullshit Jobs!

Rossleigh

In "Utopia for Realists", Rutger Bregman reminds us about the New York garbage strike of 1968, and then compares it…

News and Politics

Good and Bad Debt from Dumb and Dumber

John Kelly

Finally something of interest came forth from the mouths of our good Prime Minister and Treasurer this week.  They began…

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Make up your bloody mind

Kaye Lee

For an organisation to run successfully, they must identify goals, prioritise them, examine alternative ways to achieve them, then decide…

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Series: What is propaganda in 2017 and how did we…

Mel Mac

Recently I wrote about Cambridge Analytica (CA), I’ve discovered since then that there is a lot more to this story…

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Attack On The ANZACs Must Be Condemned!

Rossleigh

Hot on the heels of Yassmin Abdel-Magied and her refusal to adopt Australian values, another shocking ANZAC day moment has…

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Day to Day Politics: The Trump Report No. 14

John Lord

And so it has come to pass that Trump, as those with any brains knew all along, was simply full…

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Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Dave Chadwick

I’m not going to equivocate about this.  In my view Yassmin Abdel-Magied made a serious error of judgement yesterday and…

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Environment

"Please let me know the truth about Adani"

The AIM Network

In supporting the Adani coal mine has Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk contradicted her pre-election promises to defend the Great Barrier…

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Let's talk about Energy subsidies

The AIM Network

By Peter McCarthy On March 13  2017, there was an opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review entitled Wind and Solar…

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Climate change, power and coal

The AIM Network

You may have noticed it’s been a bit hot lately. In fact, if you were born after 1985, you have…

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Social Justice

Turning our backs on cultural diversity: thoughts on Harmony Week

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon Growing up in bland suburban 50s, 60s and 70s middle-class Australia was all about enforced conservative norms. You fitted…

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Shelton blames it on the gays

Eva Cripps

Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) managing director, Lyle Shelton, had the shock of his life when he checked out the RSVP’s…

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The Case for a National Service Peace Corps

The AIM Network

By Robert Wood At present, the Australian Defence Force has 58,000 personnel. Presently, the Defence Force budget is projected to spend…

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AIM Extra

Bullshit Jobs!

Rossleigh

In "Utopia for Realists", Rutger Bregman reminds us about the New York garbage strike of 1968, and then compares it…

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Drug-Safe campaigner invites local communities to get involved.

The AIM Network

By Craig Hingston Residents in Sydney’s West are being asked to assist in the reduction of drug use in local work…

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The final inspection

The AIM Network

The soldier stood before his God Which must always come to pass. He hope his shoes were shinning Just as brightly as his…

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Your Say

Why a Far-Left Government is Essential

The AIM Network

By Christian Marx In the past 40 years the Western political narrative has shifted sharply to the right. Since the late…

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Can you hear the scream?

The AIM Network

By Christian Marx The smell of death is in the air Rotting bodies everywhere Killed by Uncle Sam That great murderous sham Killed by greed Bombs…

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Bullying is fine, apparently, but safe schools aren't

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer Bullying is one hell of an art form. For me, being bullied was a way of life. Every…

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