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2018-327P
NATO summit thought bubbles.

On military commitment negotiations at the NATO summit.

2018-326P
The "workforce" today.

Low wages growth and rising cost of living forcing increasing numbers of people to work two jobs.

2018-325
Choices for electricity consumers.

High electricity prices for consumers despite a big choice in electricity providers.

2018-323P 
ABC digital platforms.
Attempts by the LNP to limit the ABC’s use of digital platforms.

2018-322P 
Common definition of religious freedom.

People often want religious freedom, but only for their religion.

2018-318P 
Conservatives for action on global warming.

Conservatives reluctant to abandon coal, even those who recogniser the threat global warming poses.

2018-316  Diets.
ABC funding cutbacks threatening the very survival of the ABC.
2018-347  Fairfax staff cutbacks?
Musing on possible extreme Fairfax staff cutbacks in the future.

2018-313P 
Use of paper.

On businesses using paper instead of plastic.

2018-311P 
Sorting option that should also be considered.

On the recycling sorting options debate.

2018-310P  Democracy according to David Leyonhjelm.
Australian politician David Leyonhjelm's misogynistic view of female politicians.

2018-306P 
Tax options expressed
as a road.

Pointing out that tax cuts usually lead to cuts to services and infrastructure.

2018-305P
Cost effective way to cut the use of plastic.

On efforts to cut the use of single sue plastic.

2018-302 
Think carefully before giving tax cuts.

The difficulty of reimposing taxes that have been previously cut.

2018-300 
Pot of gold at the end
of the rainbow today.

The quest for liveable cities being stymied by our dependency on cars.

2018-297P 
Using reusable shopping bags is a load of rubbish.

Opposition to the introduction of reusable shopping bags.

2018-296P 
The wheels of
democracy today.

National Security legislation eroding civil liberties.