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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: 04.16.2014
ICAC`s inquiry into the corruption in the NSW political system, which effectively destroyed the NSW Labor Party, is now focused on the NSW Liberal Party. It is examining the influence of lobbyists in the Liberal Party, political donations, corruption, and special deals for mates in the face of the politician`s... read more »
 
Date: 04.15.2014
ICAC`s inquiry into the corruption in the NSW political system, which effectively destroyed the NSW Labor Party, is now focused on the NSW Liberal Party. It is examining the influence of lobbyists in the Liberal Party, political donations, special deals for mates in the face of the politician`s memory loss... read more »
 
Date: 04.14.2014
Renai Le May has it about right on the Coaltion`s broadband network. Nobody really knows what`s going on. It appears that their policy of Fibre to the Node, which Turnbull took to the election, is quietly being dropped. David Pope What we appear to have is "NBN" chaos and confusion.... read more »
 
Date: 04.13.2014
Greg Jericho says that the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet had issued new social media guidelines that included a clause instructing employees that there "is an expectation" to dob in colleagues if they see them do anything on social media that might contravene the code of conduct. Such... read more »
 
Date: 04.12.2014
As expected the Palmer United Party is in the box seat in the new Senate and the ALP was mauled. Whilst Clive Palmer has been able used his wealth to buy enough political influence to force the Abbott Government to negotiate with him over their legislation for the next three... read more »
 
Date: 04.11.2014
Though the effects of climate change are beginning to take hold the economic and political forces arrayed against dealing with climate change are very more powerful. Ours is a civilization built on the continuing use of energy that fossil fuels provide; on cheap, accessible carbon-based fuels, notably oil, coal, and... read more »
 
Date: 04.10.2014
Martin Parkinson, the Secretary of the Treasury, delivers a speech to the Sydney Institute that warns that there would be no return to budget surplus in a decade without increasing indirect taxation. Yet the Abbott Government continues to campaign on reducing taxation (dumping the mining tax and carbon pricing),... read more »
 
Date: 04.09.2014
Federal Labor has come out in defence of the surveillance state. Tanya Plibersek indicated her in support of the mandatory data retention regime, which would compel phone companies and internet service providers (ISPs) to retain telecommunications data ?? "metadata" ?? for at least two years for the whole Australian population.... read more »
 
Date: 04.08.2014
UN`s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Impacts volume of the Fifth Assessment Report ----- Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerabilities----- is the second of three reports to make up the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report. The first, The Physical Science basis, was released in September 2013. The final part,... read more »
 
Date: 04.07.2014
After Monday`s cabinet meeting George Brandis?? proposed changes to sections sections 18B, C, D and E of the Racial Discrimination Act, which maim to loosen constraints on racist insults and hate speech, is now a draft exposure bill. This tactic of a stalking horse gives the Abbott Govt wriggle room... read more »
 
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