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 24th May 2013
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Geelong football club sponsor.
Looking at the closure of Ford's Geelong plant through the lens of Ford's sponsorship of the Geelong Football club.
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Sports coverage today.
Tom Waterhouse's saturation gambling adds and the coverage of his and his family's alleged betting indiscretions.
Government debt as a percentage of GDP.
Pointing out the the Australian government debt level is not as bad as some pundits make it out to be.
You will get our vote Craig.
Craig Thomson's announcement that he will run as an independent in the next election. He is under a cloud over alleged misuse of a credit card to pay for sex with prostitutes.
Australian version of Old Mother Hubbard.
Different take on Gillard's budget black hole.
Memorials that we should have.
As well as being vigilant about the horrors of war we should also be vigilant about the horrors of major economic depressions.
Reactions to the falling Aussie dollar.
The falling Australian dollar giving some relief to the Australian manufacturing industry crippled by the high dollar.
Passing on more than the RBA rate cut.
The ANZ have been lauded for passing on to their customers more than the Reserve Bank’s latest official interest rate cut, but when compared to the massive profits the ANZ and other major Australian banks have made in recent years it seems somewhat miserly.
Supply and demand today.
Drawn in response to two articles. One on the acute shortage of affordable housing for poor people and the other on on rising number of homeless young people.
Budget promises applied to family finances.
String of broken budget promises by the government.
Excessive fees that super funds charge their customers.
Animal Farm today.
Orwellian view of voter choice.
Gay marriage but never gay divorce.
Using the gay marriage debate to look at acrimonious divorces amongst heterosexual couples.
Jesus' crown of thorns.
Child sexual cover-ups by sections of the church hierarchy.
The state of the Australian economy today.
Record profits by the major banks in stark contrast to how many poorer Australians are fairing.
Julia Gillard's government deficit and Tony Abbott's failure to recognise global warming as a threat.