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Date Rage

Letitia McQuade

Racism and the Australia Day Conundrum If you listen to some in the political classes, Australia day is a day for all Australians to come together, therefore it should remain unchanged. But in spite of this rhetoric every year it becomes clearer. Australia day is driving us apart, not bringing us…

Environmental Capitalism and Climate Change Wars: Australia in 2000

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The Australian was convinced. “Australia could have avoided two decades of climate change wars had the Howard government pushed ahead with its majority view of an emissions trading scheme (ETS), newly released documents reveal.” Historian Chris Wallace is not as unequivocal in this assertion, but nonetheless observes in The Conversation…

Wake up, Australia!

RosemaryJ36

It is true that 2020 is behind us and that various vaccines for COVID-19, claimed to be effective, are in the process of being distributed - BUT - we still have a Coalition government, which is ruled by the same power group which has, initially under Nick Minchin's influence, and…

The Day John Lennon Was Shot I Had A Cold…

Rossleigh

I remember clearly that the day John Lennon was shot was a pretty bad day for a lot of people.…

Seeking the Post-COVID Sunshine Through Inland Rail: Or the Saga…

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright With its strong mandate at the 2013 national election, the federal LNP sought to reconstruct Australia on neoliberal…

News and Politics

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Kaye Lee

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Morrison: Opportunity Lost to Attack Racism or Political Expediency?

Dr Jennifer Wilson

By Dr Stewart Hase Good leaders know that what they say influences people. This is particularly true for political leaders because…

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The Day John Lennon Was Shot I Had A Cold…

Rossleigh

I remember clearly that the day John Lennon was shot was a pretty bad day for a lot of people.…

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Inquiry's bumpy ride awaits, after tech giants’ “blackmail” tactics

William Olson

As the Senate inquiry into the Digital Media Code began on Friday, Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young has expressed her displeasure…

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Tin pot dictators, timid sycophants, and corporate schills – is…

Kaye Lee

"There is," said an Italian philosopher, "nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain…

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Democrats as Aristocrats: Fetishising 'Decency'

Dr Tim Jones

The time has come to call out American Liberals (corporate political insiders, suburban wine mums and Karens) for the 21st…

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Environment

Economies of scale, glacial progress and a heatwave!

RosemaryJ36

What the hell is all that about??? Those are the thoughts, linked together under the theme of devastation as a consequence…

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Truffle munching wallabies shed new light on forest conservation

The AIM Network

Edith Cowan University Media Release Feeding truffles to wallabies may sound like a madcap whim of the jet-setting elite, but it…

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The Odour of Rotten Eggs

The AIM Network

Just after WW2 my parents settled into their new home. The stove and cooktop were powered by gas and my…

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Social Justice

Qantas workers cannot be denied sick leave, says ACTU

William Olson

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), in keeping with their reputation to doing anything to ensure that the nation’s…

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Straight old white man

Keith Davis

Stan Grant (wonderful man) is currently hosting One on One on the ABC. He is exploring the notion of IDENTITY…

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Abuse on the Mainland: Australia’s Medevac Hotel Detentions

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Governments that issue press releases about the abuse of human rights tend to avoid close gazes at the mirror. Doing…

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AIM Extra

Seeking the Post-COVID Sunshine Through Inland Rail: Or the Saga…

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright With its strong mandate at the 2013 national election, the federal LNP sought to reconstruct Australia on neoliberal…

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Three strikes out!

The AIM Network

The intention of this post is to examine three areas of concern which have arisen or have persisted in concerning…

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Was COVID-19 born in the United States? (part 3)

The AIM Network

Continued from: Was COVID-19 born in the United States? (part 2) By Outsider Now, here’s another element, whether it is relevant or not.…

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Not Knowing What You Stand For: Deborah Birx and Public…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Pity the public health official tasked with convincing those beyond convincing that a pandemic crisis is worthy of serious consideration.…

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Conversations with Ernie Dingo

Keith Davis

So here we go again, 'Strayla Day'. Hype. Flag waving. White people not giving any sort of a real shit.…

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America the Terrible

The AIM Network

By Elizabeth Dangerfield America is broken because a whole lot of people are fighting desperately to maintain their delusion that America…

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Your Say

January 26, 1788: The day the white men came and…

John Lord

Whatever your opinion of the day, it is impossible not to stop and consider it. By considering I mean how…

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The Philosophy of STOP!

Joseph Carli

We’ve all had those times in our travels through life, when we’re on a roll and there seems to be…

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Scomo, I thought you said they’d be back by Christmas!

The AIM Network

By Janet Grogan I’m wearing this shirt on behalf of my son and the other 37,000 Australians currently stranded overseas. While tennis…

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