Social and political 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 five times a week.  Last updated on  Friday 4th September 2015   
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2015-506 3Sept15
An economic problems comparison.

Australian economic problems pail into insignificance when compared to the plight of Syrian refugees, many of whom have drowned trying to flee cross the Mediterranean.

2015-504 2Sept15
Stock market trader character types.

Musing on the amoral nature of the stock market industry.

2015-502 1Sept15
Dyson Heydon Humpty Dumpty.

The head of the Royal Commission into union corruption refusing to step down after allegations of bias over his acceptance of an invitation to speak at a Liberal Party fundraiser.

2015-499 31Aug15
Down and out in the future.

Labour saving technology may in the long run be more damaging to society than the benefits it brings.

2015-496 28Aug15
Easy gun availability.

A look at the easy gun availability in America and the Middle East.

2015-494 27Aug15
Cash to splash!

Predatory nature of credit card debt.

2015-490 26Aug15
Stock market analysis today.

Stock market jitters have an irrational quality to them.

2015-488 25Aug15
Stock exchange bounces back.

The stock exchange is not the only indicator of whether things are going well or not.

2015-480 21Aug15
Relegating religious instruction in state schools to lunchtime.

Victorian State Government's announcement that Christian religious education will no longer be conducted in class time but will have to be run after school or lunchtime.

2015-472 18Aug15
Modern economics applied to World War Two.

Abstract look at how economic goals often override moral, social and environmental considerations.

2015-473 19Aug15
Democracy would be terrific if it wasn't for all the voters.

Some members of government seem to view democracy as merely a hindrance to them exercising power.

2015-471 18Aug15
The Royal Commission into mud on pigs.

Esoteric look at the allegations of bias against the head of the Royal Commission into unions due to his connections with the Liberal Party.

2015-469 17Aug15
Support for the Captain's calls running out of steam.

Abbott's popularity nosediving, partly due to his "captain's calls", a series of executive decisions he has taken without consultation and often at odds with his party.

2015-466 14Aug15
Nick Kyrgios making another foot fault.

Yet another petulant outburst on court by Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios.

2015-460 13Aug15
Full employment in the future.

Musing that chasing full employment at the expense of wages and conditions may not produce a pleasant society to live in.

2015-459 12Aug15
Abbott's zero emissions policy.

Prime Minster Abbott shutting down the issue of same sex marriage within his cabinet and and his resistance to any attempt to work towards a zero emissions policy.

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