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Goodbye Menzies

The great political party, The Liberals, formed by Robert Menzies seven decades ago, is in its death throes. It has been assassinated by right wing zealots, none of whom would have ever been welcomed into its ranks by Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister. 938 more words


Danger for Turnbull as the new parliament heads into the unknown | Katharine Murphy | Australia news | The Guardian

A game of chicken on the marriage equality plebiscite and curtseying to the base on 18C – what an exciting time for a prime minister to be alive! 18 more words



The defining term of recent economic debate is “innovation”. Endlessly repeated by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, it is a bland piece of economic jargon, which vaguely alludes to the creation of wealth through the development and implementation of new ideas. 1,153 more words


Turnbull's Thought Bubbles

Malcolm Turnbull now has quite a number of thought bubbles that are going – or have gone – nowhere. A running list is clearly needed: 869 more words


Joseph Neil Reed, Architect in Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida

Hidden along the quiet streets of small towns in south Georgia and north Florida are forgotten treasures—unique and beautiful houses and buildings designed by the south’s great architect, Joseph Neel Reid. 360 more words



Thousands gathered on the steps of the State Library of Victoria, and across Australia’s capital cities on Saturday for a rally to close the camps, and bring the refugees here. 883 more words

Adam Bandt