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Is Trump the Disaster we had to have?

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Where are my (and your) taxes going?

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Day to Day Politics: The ABC's INSIDERS.

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Day to Day Politics: The Trump Report No 9 Making…

John Lord

Wednesday 21 February 2017 It's rather ironic that the President of the USA, a perverted obnoxious, blatant liar; a sexist, racist, misogynist and narcissist fool, should see himself qualified to describe the media as "the enemy of the American people''. It is laudable. The problem is of course that Americans are prone…

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 interacts with radiated infrared. Seth Miller, a scientist, provides some history; and then, criteria in relation to how science matters can be rationally evaluated (1). Seth Miller uses 9 criteria…

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 $32bn in 2016/17. By comparison, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has an operating budget of $1.6bn and there are approximately one million Australians who no longer call Australia home. When…

Clean Coal, Malcolm's Principles And Other Oxymorons!

Rossleigh

Now, I know that consistency isn’t a strong point with people generally. And I don’t have a problem with people…

Advancing Australian Tourism

The AIM Network

  By Denis Bright Denis Bright invites discussion on the social market foundations of Australia’s successful tourist sector. Do the policy structures…

News and Politics

Clean Coal, Malcolm's Principles And Other Oxymorons!

Rossleigh

Now, I know that consistency isn’t a strong point with people generally. And I don’t have a problem with people…

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Is Trump the Disaster we had to have?

The AIM Network

By James Moylan Since WWII the American government has been taken over by big business. Much of the American population does…

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Day to Day Politics: How the right play with your…

John Lord

Tuesday 21 February 2017 Much is being made of Donald Trump’s angst with the media. What gets forgotten is that his…

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Where are my (and your) taxes going?

Robyn Dunphy

While I was at Births, Deaths and Marriages I was stunned at the state of the waiting area. The seats…

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Would you give your bank statements to Births, Deaths &…

Robyn Dunphy

For reasons of privacy, I don't like giving my bank statements to the government - but I've just been required…

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Day to Day Politics: The ABC's INSIDERS.

John Lord

Monday February 20 2017 Journalists Malcolm Farr, Mark Kenny and Niki Savva joined Barry Cassidy for last Sunday’s edition of Insiders.…

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Environment

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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Protecting the Sacred

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By R D Wood At present many of our best natural features are treated as a resource rather than the precious…

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Technology Population and Behaviour; Connecting the Dots

The AIM Network

By Sean Hurley Our species has come a long way since early human history; we have left behind the life of…

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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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Ignore Joyce and Roberts - talk to the reasonable people…

Dave Chadwick

​Based on the size of the protests and the media commentary, it appears that momentum is building to change the…

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Walk for freedom soon to reach Canberra

The AIM Network

Media release Walk for Freedom Reaches Canberra 4th Feb, 2017 Event: Completion of 1194km 'Walk for (Refugee) Freedom" from Adelaide to Federal Parliament, Canberra…

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AIM Extra

Advancing Australian Tourism

The AIM Network

  By Denis Bright Denis Bright invites discussion on the social market foundations of Australia’s successful tourist sector. Do the policy structures…

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The Australia-US Alliance in the Trump Era

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright The arrival of President Trump must surely justify a complete reappraisal of Australia’s 2016 Defence White Paper. While…

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We Talk About 21st Century Learning While Looking In The…

Rossleigh

Schools have always been under-rated! Politicians and some media outlets like to concentrate on the problems while ignoring the fact…

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Things are a little scary right now

The AIM Network

By Bob Rafto The US Defense Department's $680 billion budget pays for over 3.1 million employees, both military and civilian. Another…

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More Letters from a Labor Activist: Dec 2016 – Jan…

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By Dr Tristan Ewins What follows are another series of letters I have written to the ‘Herald-Sun’ and ‘The Age’ during…

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Day to Day Politics: Stand up to the groper.

John Lord

  The first glimpse of the diplomatic style of Donald Trump reveals the well known ugliness of the President of the…

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