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March 3, 2017 |

Celeste Liddle on the Alt-Right & Hate Speech

Hate speech by another name: Why the term ‘alt-right’ should not be legitimised Celeste Liddle The first time I heard the phrase “alt-right” used with regard to political discourse, I honestly thought I was imagining it. Perhaps it’s my lefty bias, but the idea that the right could have an “alternative” when they are the […]

March 3, 2017 |

Marcus Woolombi Waters on the Crisis of White Identity…

A Crisis of White Identity… By  Marcus Woolombi Waters With the US election now decided and Donald Trump as President Elect it’s interesting watching the shock and amazement that this could have ever happened. I read an article recently that provided some insight. ‘Behind 2016’s Turmoil, a Crisis of White Identity’ was written by Amanda […]

March 3, 2017 |

Editorial Issue No 85

2017: The year of the rooster Trump’s ascent to the US presidency gives a new meaning to the ‘year of the rooster’. Trump represents heightened conflict, climate chaos, racism and corporate rule. Republicans now control both houses of the US Congress as well as the governorship of 33 states. Conservative judges will soon dominate the […]

October 11, 2016 |

Editorial Issue No 84

The election outcome   Prosperity, equality and democracy are objectives of progressive politics. The issue is how to get there.  Yet, the portents are so uncomfortable that it might be wise to rely on an old Irish adage, “I would not start from where we are now”.   Economies are stagnant with high unemployment and […]

October 4, 2016 |

Frank Stilwell on Turnbull’s Economic Plan

Q: When is an economic plan not an economic plan? A: When it’s a mixture of wishful thinking, class bias and trickle-down economics.   Malcolm Turnbull’s election pitch was that his government would produce more jobs and growth in the Australian economy, while eventually eliminating the budget deficit. It was the central message in his […]

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