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This blog features a discussion of political cartoons and other topics by Gary Sauer-Thompson.
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Junk For Code is a blog by Gary Sauer-Thompson where he posts and comments on political cartoons, discusses philosophical issues, and chimes in on events in the news. Editorial cartoons are an interesting art form and are well represented here, as well as other forms of art and discussions of current events. You’ll also find extensive links on related subjects.
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Date: 08.20.2014
Here`s the picture of the child clutching the severed head of the Syrian soldier. According to the mainstream media the young boy (seven years old?) pictured with the severed head is the son of convicted terrorist Khaled Sharrouf, who escaped Australia on his brother??s passport late last year, three months... read more »
 
Date: 08.19.2014
It is now pretty clear that the Abbott Government, in turning away from the public service, has contracted out its public policy to the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) and the Business Council of Australia (BCA) turned away from the public service and that the task of the Abbott Government... read more »
 
Date: 08.18.2014
The Abbott Government continues to think of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS ) as a terrorist organization along the lines of Al Qaeda, thereby implying that it will conduct terrorist operations in the west and in Australia. The Islamic State is in fact a state in a... read more »
 
Date: 08.17.2014
The widespread surveillance of activity on the phone and online advocated by the spooks and government allies in the name of security paints us all as potential criminals. Just in case we do the wrong thing, or are up to something, it would be best to keep an eye out.... read more »
 
Date: 08.16.2014
The increased security fears about the threat posed by 150 Australians suspected of fighting in Syria and Iraq, if they should they return home has given rise to proposed anti-terrorism legislation. This security threat does not justify the need for the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) to access 2 years of... read more »
 
Date: 08.15.2014
The Abbott Government`s tabloid politics is very explicit with respect to the unemployed. That policy is demands, on threat of sanction, that the unemployed apply for 40 jobs per month, do 25 hours of community service a week, and wait six months before getting their first cheque. The economic reality... read more »
 
Date: 08.14.2014
The spin is that coal is the future and that the boom is eternal. The reality is otherwise: low profits, declining demand, collapsed global prices. Despite this the federal government has approved Adani`s giant Carmichael Coal Mine in the Galilee Basin in Queensland and associated rail link to the coast... read more »
 
Date: 08.13.2014
As we know few people buy Hockey??s phoney "budget emergency" and the Abbott Government is facing billions of dollars of lost savings and revenue as a result of the divided Senate due in part to its inability to negotiate with the minor parties controlling the balance of power in the... read more »
 
Date: 08.12.2014
Carbon pricing has gone but it lives on in the form of a battle about decreases in the cost of living and the Coalition`s new fear campaign that Labor wants to bring back "the carbon tax" (ie., an emissions trading scheme) at the next election. The conservative cultural warriors claim... read more »
 
Date: 08.11.2014
The Coalition has a short term budget problem and its rhetoric is becoming increasingly shrill about needing to fix its fiscal imbalance now. If this doesn`t happen then the country will go backwards. The short term budget problem results from cutting revenue (from carbon pricing and the mining tax) and... read more »
 
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