December 19, 2012
Government swipes money from UN aid budget to pay for arbitrary imprisonment of refugees. Leave a comment
November 26, 2012
Bigots. Again. Still. Leave a comment
Coalition still clutching at straws, trying to get mud to stick on Gillard. Per crossbencher: with all the attention, if there was something to find, it would’ve been found already. Leave a comment
November 23, 2012
Out with one dictator, in with another. Leave a comment
Abbott would cut overall refugee intake. Quite the humanitarian. Leave a comment
November 20, 2012
Western kids want fame and money, kids from the developing world want jobs that do good. 16 comments
November 12, 2012
Homeless rate up by 17% in 5 years Leave a comment
November 7, 2012
Dodgy voting booths are dodgy. In favour of Romney. 111 comments
November 6, 2012
High Court to hear mining tax challenge Leave a comment
November 1, 2012
UN calls bullshit on Australia’s handling of refugees. Again. Leave a comment
October 31, 2012
Businesses call for surplus promise to be abandoned so they can get more money (and then probably criticise the government for reneging). Leave a comment
October 23, 2012
Abbott attacks cuts to baby bonus, saying government doesn’t understand having kids. Then tries to pretend it’s not a cheap shot about the leader of said government who doesn’t have kids. Leave a comment
October 16, 2012
Bernardi doubles down on being a douchebag. Leave a comment
October 15, 2012
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ Leave a comment
October 11, 2012
The Australian media tries its hardest to avoid recognising Gillard having landed a blow (and pretending it was a bad move)… Leave a comment
September 26, 2012
Classy. Leave a comment
September 25, 2012
Former head of AMA supports health sector job cuts in the interests of toeing the party line. Leave a comment
September 14, 2012
Reprehensible headline is reprehensible. Someone being arbitrarily detained for an indefinite amount of time is not ‘jetting off’ on a holiday. Leave a comment
Stanford gets lost of money from business threatened by organic produce. Stanford produces study falsely suggesting organic produce isn’t any better than non-organic. Unrelated. *cough* Leave a comment
September 13, 2012
Abbott: Warm, cuddly, violent toward women. Leave a comment
September 12, 2012
Because Austerity has been such a raging success everywhere it’s been tried, Queensland has a go too. 2 comments
September 11, 2012
Anglican Archbishop to ACL: “Oi! Don’t hog all the bigotry!” Leave a comment
September 6, 2012
Coalition in turmoil over raci… nationalism. Leave a comment
September 5, 2012
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August 31, 2012
Oh right, Adelaide. One comment
August 29, 2012
Women need to do more submitting to men. Or some shit. Leave a comment
Gun control reform panel populated entirely by pro-gun folk. Stay classy, Queensland. Leave a comment
August 28, 2012
Julia Gillard’s shoe falls off. Yes, really, that’s it. Leave a comment
August 27, 2012
Judge planning for Obama’s handover of power to the UN, and the resulting civil war. Yeah, it’s just that kind of day. Leave a comment
August 16, 2012
While the UK threatens to violate the Vienna Convention, Syria quietly goes on its merry way, pissing all over the Geneva Conventions. Leave a comment
August 15, 2012
Labor and LNP agree on something. Having arbitrary, indefinite (potentially lifetime) detention for asylum seekers. Leave a comment
August 14, 2012
Gillard panders to religious extremists Leave a comment
August 10, 2012
Firing someone for rescuing a stray apparently not just dickish, also illegal.
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Coalition can’t agree on which truth is most truthfully expedient. Politically speaking. (Bonus: Ian MacFarlane looking like he wants to eat babies) Leave a comment
August 9, 2012
Opposition declare NBN a failure because it will cost more than originally claimed. Except, the 4% increase in estimated cost is nothing for a massive public project, and the total cost is still less than initial estimates. Leave a comment
August 7, 2012
Coalition’s plan to tackle climate change: Pretend to do something now, and “Let future Ted deal with it” Leave a comment
NSW Police Chief demonstrates his fundamental lack of clues Leave a comment
August 6, 2012
Drink manufacturers say nation-wide deposit scheme would hurt consumers. Also shown to have jacked up their prices more than the cost of deposit, blaming it on the deposit. Leave a comment
August 2, 2012
Shifty market manipulations by power generators Leave a comment
August 1, 2012
Newman arbitrarily strips job security protections from public sector Leave a comment
July 30, 2012
Well if the Sri Lankan government, with its long history of human rights abuses, says it’s not abusing human rights any more, who are we to argue? Leave a comment
July 19, 2012
Media fails at pedobear Leave a comment
Male Olympians get business class, females get economy. Leave a comment
July 17, 2012
Politicians continue to confuse refugees for some kind of human-shaped political football. Leave a comment
July 16, 2012
Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t feel like protecting the environment, apparently. Leave a comment
July 11, 2012
Oakeshott partly blames the Greens for Labor being snippy whingers Leave a comment
July 6, 2012
Abbott told, again, that “turn back the boats” won’t work, by a guy who knows all about boats. Continues to ignore the people who know better than him. Leave a comment
July 5, 2012
Government investigates changes based on new information, Abbott whinges about “chaos”. This is why we can’t have nice things. Leave a comment
July 4, 2012
Attempts to blame carbon tax for closure of power plant that has really been active for 2 years, would have closed anyway. Leave a comment
Already, businesses getting into trouble for trying to jack up prices and blame it on carbon tax Leave a comment
July 3, 2012
Quote ‘ethicist’ who’s opposed to screening embryos for cancer genes. Fail to mention he’s Catholic, anti-choice. Leave a comment
June 29, 2012
Apple accused of faking evidence to support a court case Leave a comment
June 27, 2012
Abbott encourages small business owners to attack the carbon tax for him, and let them take the repercussions Leave a comment
June 25, 2012
Abbott talks about bipartisanship, until it’s offered. Then, keeping an issue alive to wail about is more important Leave a comment
June 22, 2012
No vested interests, of course, but the right wing really want Gins Rinehart to run Fairfax Leave a comment
June 21, 2012
Apple fined for being dirty liars – a whopping… $2.25 million? Yeah, that’ll learn ‘em. Leave a comment
June 20, 2012
Rupert felt like people weren’t paying him enough attention, so he’s firing some people, too. Leave a comment
June 19, 2012
Varied analysis of Fairfax’s derp Leave a comment
June 18, 2012
Fairfax decides to add a paywall. Idiots. 4 comments
June 15, 2012
Fairfax continues its campaign to segregate women Leave a comment
June 11, 2012
New claims of anti-competitive practices by Coles and Woolies Leave a comment
The Oz, printing coalition talking points as usual Leave a comment
June 5, 2012
Pure Poison Leave a comment
March 23, 2012
Be afraid, except for when we militarise and privatise the police force Leave a comment
February 29, 2012
NSW Liberals using the Wisconsin Republicans’ playbook Leave a comment
January 17, 2012
Titillating click-bait and rage about public spending (that probably didn’t happen), this time from The Oz Leave a comment
January 16, 2012
Guy swims in same lane as Ian Thorpe at his local pool. Front page news? Obviously. Leave a comment
December 15, 2011
EVERYBODY PANIC Leave a comment
December 5, 2011
Andrew Bolt. Nuff said. Leave a comment
“protected from inappropriate teaching materials and learn the nature of marriage and its importance for family life and for bringing up children” Leave a comment
November 28, 2011
So. This just happened. Leave a comment
November 9, 2011
FIFA keeps “politics” out of football – to protect the harmony of its racism-fueled riots, probably. Leave a comment
November 3, 2011
Old joke is old. Also: not funny. Leave a comment
October 31, 2011
The Tele: When you just can’t get enough of blaming Gillard for everything Leave a comment
October 13, 2011
A concerted effort to block renewable energy, in my coal-powered Australia? Leave a comment
October 12, 2011
Historic moment in Australian politics, environment and economy. How does the media respond? With its usual maturity… Leave a comment
October 7, 2011
Penbo’s summary of the tax summit : Greens bad, tax summit stupid Leave a comment
September 23, 2011
The stock market: way more important than institutionalised murder Leave a comment
September 21, 2011
Something about these priorities seems off… somehow… Leave a comment
September 6, 2011
Bolt continues to push his luck with Gillard defamation Leave a comment
September 5, 2011
Melbourne Lord Mayor tackles the big issues (with bonus ‘old man yells at cloud’ pic) One comment
August 16, 2011
Bigots pay to listen to other bigots be bigots Leave a comment
August 11, 2011
Cause of riots: apparently, too much welfare for those ferals in the underclass Leave a comment
July 20, 2011
What an unbiased headline may look like Leave a comment
July 19, 2011
The carbon debate and all of its many actors in one comic strip Leave a comment
July 13, 2011
Turnbull : “It doesn’t matter what I think. The Liberal Party is against the carbon tax.” Leave a comment
July 7, 2011
“Modelling seen by the Herald Sun” but not shown to protect you from thinking about the “tax pain” Leave a comment
30% of Federal Parliamentarians are women. Abortion still illegal in Queensland. Leave a comment
July 1, 2011
Nick Minchin clings desperately to the mic while being dragged off stage
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June 24, 2011
All the talk of being flooded by migrants is pointless: we’re not even close to the official limit Leave a comment
June 23, 2011
News Ltd aim to start the brainwashing at school age Leave a comment
June 17, 2011
Appalled by live exports, hate refugees. Yeah, Australians aren’t racist at all. Leave a comment