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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: 09.20.2014
So we have a counter terrorism raid with over 800 police bursting into homes in Sydney, Brisbane and Logan, hovering helicopters, 15 arrested and detained, four charged. Oh, and the media were duly recruited and the major mainstream TV outlets supplied with footage of the commando-style operations, filmed and supplied... read more »
Date: 09.19.2014
In his ANU Policy Outlook 2014 keynote, "Public policy resilience and the reform narrative", at the ANU Ken Henry, the former Treasury Secretary, argues that policy reform proposals are unlikely to be implemented, and even less likely to prove resilient, unless accompanied by a compelling narrative. Henry states that the... read more »
Date: 09.18.2014
The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio) has signalled that the terrorism threat level in Australia could be raised to high from medium. The rhetoric is that of manufactured fear is about a death cult over there posing a threat in this country. There??s no credible information that the Islamic State... read more »
Date: 09.17.2014
The Abbott Govt celebrates the removal of carbon pricing and the mining tax and stopping the asylum seeker boats from reaching Australian shores. That represents a roll back of Labor`s policies and the rhetoric is that ridding the country of a minerals tax will boost income and create jobs even... read more »
Date: 09.16.2014
It`s mission creep under the guise of humanitarian help--to prevent genocide against beleaguered minorities in northern Iraq. It follows the RAAF humanitarian supply airdrops to thousands of people still stranded on Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq. Australia`s??s response to Islamic State (Isis) should be on humanitarian aid. Mission creep that... read more »
Date: 09.15.2014
The Renewable Energy Target has been a success. It`s built up a wind and solar power generation industry at a very low cost to electricity users and, along with carbon pricing it has helped to reduce pollution and energy efficiency. It has helped to create Investment in windfarms, solar PV`S... read more »
Date: 09.14.2014
Contrary to the rhetoric from the Abbott Government Australia doesn`t have an imminent debt crisis or a budget emergency. Australia has a long-term structural budget problem caused by an ageing population, which the Coalition is not seriously addressing. An ageing population means the government needs to spend more (on pensions... read more »
Date: 09.13.2014
The Coalition has changed its budget rhetoric. It has dumped the budget crisis/ rhetoric and sovereign risk in favour of there is no need to worry as most of the appropriations bills have passed the Senate and that there is no problem if the Senate doesn`t hurry up with the... read more »
Date: 09.12.2014
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: 09.11.2014
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 »
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