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 23rd January 2015
Team Australia, team ISIS.
At least the somewhat tacky slogan "Team Australia" does not involve the use of violence and fear to gain support.
Manus island detention centre fuse.
Rioting and unrest inevitable considering the conditions refugees are detained under.
Spurring racehorses on today.
Another Australian horse racing industry horse doping scandal.
The Medicare co-payment explained.
Cuts in Medicare payments to GPs for short visit consultations forcing them to act as de facto revenue collectors for the government.
The pen is indeed mightier than the sword.
The arms industry is the hidden driving force behind religious conflict.
Religious conflict on the rise.
The firebreak fire fighters prefer.
Patch of wet weather giving fire fighters a much needed break this Summer.
The price of the free press in France.
Terrorist attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
The vagaries of Australia's climate.
A look at Australia's bushfire and flood cycle.
Future country road hazard signs.
Global warming increasing the severity and prevalence of bushfires in Australia.
Modern version of silent night.
Consumerism at Christmas time damaging the environment.
Santa hires a cheap Asian buffalo.
Santa as a metaphor for jobs going offshore to countries that have cheaper labour.
Youth support services in the future.
Looking at the lack of support for young people in Australia.
One hundred percent effective gun control.
Gun laws, no matter how tight, will never be 100% effective at stopping crazy people using guns to kill people. They will however reduce the number of crazy people getting hold of guns.
Why do you continue to wear provocative clothes.
Looking at the Muslim headscarf debate and the subjectiveness of the word provocative.
The toe in the door?
Speculating that the $5 GP co-payment could be the first step towards dismantling our universal healthcare service.
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