Day to Day Politics: Cunning bastards.

Saturday 25 March 2017 1Why would the leader of a political party that is…

Instead of moving mountains, just build us a…

I am having trouble understanding this energy debate. For starters, we own the…

Day to Day Politic: What should progressives do?

Friday 24 March 2017 Author's note. Today I give up my daily article…

Day to Day Politics: The Trump Report No.…

Thursday 23 March  2017 She sat there edging forward with a tense look…

Coalition MPs push for legislation to ban opposition…

Yesterday in Parliament several government MPs, including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, decried…

Vale Ken Wolff

We are deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Ken…

Liberal senator admits 18C changes are designed to…

In case you did not suspect that Malcolm Turnbull’s explosion of piss…

Day to Day Politics: A tale of two…

Wednesday 22  March 2017 "Coalition support rises by three points in Newspoll but…

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Day to Day Politics: Cunning bastards.

John Lord

Saturday 25 March 2017 1Why would the leader of a political party that is well down in the polls, with his own inadequate leadership under question and its mainstream policies seemingly hibernating for the upcoming winter, allow itself to get bogged down in arguments it cannot win. 18c and marriage equality are…

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 can only win on a tilted playing field. Not surprisingly, penned by Brendan Pearson, the chief exec of the troubled Minerals Council of Australia. Knowing the track record of trickiness from…

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 in or were teased. You moved around in private cars where possible and kept to suburbs as uniform as possible. You treated foreign foods like spaghetti as exotic. When travelling,…

18C And Malcolm's Return To The Left!

Rossleigh

Early this week, we had Peter Dutton making his run for the leader's job with his very effective slap-down of…

Protesters to March In March again

The AIM Network

Media Release Three years on from the first March in March protests in 2014, the grassroots March Australia movement will host…

News and Politics

Instead of moving mountains, just build us a real NBN

Kaye Lee

I am having trouble understanding this energy debate. For starters, we own the resources and we make the rules.  Remembering that…

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Day to Day Politic: What should progressives do?

John Lord

Friday 24 March 2017 Author's note. Today I give up my daily article to a long-time friend Max Odgen. We played…

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Day to Day Politics: The Trump Report No. 11 -…

John Lord

Thursday 23 March  2017 She sat there edging forward with a tense look of bemusement on her face. It might have…

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Coalition MPs push for legislation to ban opposition to change…

ozfenric

Yesterday in Parliament several government MPs, including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, decried Labor's opposition to proposed changes to the Racial…

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Liberal senator admits 18C changes are designed to win back…

Jennifer Wilson

In case you did not suspect that Malcolm Turnbull’s explosion of piss and wind on Section 18C yesterday was entirely…

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Day to Day Politics: A tale of two polls.

John Lord

Wednesday 22  March 2017 "Coalition support rises by three points in Newspoll but Labor holds lead" read the headline in Monday's…

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Environment

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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Abrupt Climate Change: there's strength in the science

The AIM Network

By Keith Antonysen Various contrarian opinions are based on the fundamental premise of anthropogenic climate change in relation to how light…

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The Australian Government’s planned phase out of unleaded petrol is…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton Earlier this week, the Australian Federal Government announced a plan to phase out unleaded petrol within 2…

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Social Justice

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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The Rise of the Far Right

The AIM Network

By Christian Marx Australia and indeed the world is under threat from the dangerous eugenics of the far right. Their sick…

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AIM Extra

Protesters to March In March again

The AIM Network

Media Release Three years on from the first March in March protests in 2014, the grassroots March Australia movement will host…

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Peace Be Upon All

The AIM Network

By Khaled This post has two objectives. It addresses two audiences: 1. Non-Muslims, and 2. Muslims For argument's sake, let me give you a…

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Brisbane school continues dominance of 4x4 STEM technology competition

The AIM Network

By Craig Hingston Representing Australia at World Finals for third year in a row. Pine Rivers State High School from Brisbane…

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Your Say

Vale Ken Wolff

The AIM Network

We are deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Ken Wolff. For readers of The AIMN Ken will…

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Back to the drawing board, Malcolm

The AIM Network

By Peter Hunt Malcolm Turnbull's example of how the Snowy Mountain Pumped Hydro scheme expansion would make money for the government/s…

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Thank you, Ms. McManus, and congratulations

The AIM Network

Dear friends of The AIMN, On 15 March 2017 the battered Australian Broadcasting Commission went on air with a 7.30 Report…

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