Social and political feature and pocket cartoons with a slightly black and esoteric flavour. They are drawn on Australian and world issues but from an Australian perspective. This page is normally updated at least twice weekly. Last updated on Monday 27th March
2017-145P Tree hugger, coal hugger.
For article on Tony Abbott arguing that the decommissioning of the Hazelwood coal fired power station should not go ahead.
2017-146P Pointing to evidence that coral bleaching hasn't occurred.
For article on leading global warming denialist claiming coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef hasn't occured.
2017-143P Quick way to resolve the marriage equality impasse.
The other reservation about a postal plebiscite on gay marriage…
2017-142P How will you pay for the childcare changes?
Childcare changes funding bill tied to welfare cuts. Robbing Peter to pay Paul?
2017-140P The AFL today.
On the corporatisation of Australian Rules Football.
2017-139P Rising average global temperatures winners podium.
A look at the threat of global warming.
2017-136P Question - Why do we need 18C?
A look at the 18C racial discrimination act debate.
2017-134P Energy policy Humpty Dumpty.
A look at the current state of energy policy in Australia.
2017-130P Worker’s rights today.
My view of the concept of a legal and illegal strike.
2017-125P Energy policies.
For article on South Australia's energy policy announcement and the Federal government's condemnation of it.
2017-124P I don't pay rates because of my religion.
For article on Tasmanian farming family refusing to pay rates because it is 'God's land'.
2017-123P The current carrot and stick approach to Pauline Hanson.
For article on how the major parties are dealing with the Rise of Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party.
2017-122P Not a shred of evidence that coral bleaching is damaging the great barrier reef.
For article on the Federal Government ignoring mounting evidence that the Great Barrier Reef is being damaged by coral bleaching.
2017-121P Cooking with gas in the future.
For article on predicted gas shortages by 2020 due to poor energy and environmental policies.
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