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- The Mordancy of Political Irony
- The PM and that $5 – the real story.
- 18D is more than just a bra size.
- The Question of Question Time
- Not every untruth is a lie.
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Please note, this is essentially an ethical ‘analysis’ of the campaign and election, not a serious political one. There is much to flesh-out on that score and with a great deal of luck I may have the time and energy … Continue reading
Left in Limbo has broken out in vlogs. We hope we can recover, over time.
Updated September 4 It seems the general consensus in leftist social media and political circles is that blocking the Marriage Equality plebiscite by Greens and Labor is a good thing. I agree, but for a key reason that isn’t getting … Continue reading
I’ve written before on this subject and my views remain the same. But it seems some are happy to distort matters in order to make opponents of 18C look worse than they really are. I don’t know why, given how … Continue reading
A few days ago, on his way to give a speech at the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) at Melbourne’s Grand Hyatt Hotel, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull created a social media firestorm by giving a homeless beggar a $5 … Continue reading
As sure as night follows day, as sure as death finds us all – present company intending to be excepted – as sure as people who say, “The proof is in the pudding.” don’t have a clue what they’re saying, … Continue reading
We all know Parliament Question Time is a bit of a joke, right? You can get that perception from merely watching people live-Tweeting it. Lots of teeth-gnashing, hand-wringing and beating of heads against walls. There’s little doubt it needs reform, … Continue reading
In short, yes he was, but we may never know if his reasons were sound or not. Like so many other aspects of his political life, he may have done the right thing by accident.