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 31st October 2014 The cartoons on this website are a mix of EDITORIAL and POCKET cartoons. This page only lists editorial cartoons, to view pocket cartoons see the POCKET CARTOONS PAGE.
The election policies lectern.
The habit of politicians to announce sweeping policies during an election campaign only to abandon many of them once they are in office.
Ebola protection suits.
The Australian Government's refusal to send medical personnel to Africa to deal with the Ebola outbreak.
Coles wholesale prices are down campaign.
The aggressive pressure Coles buyers put on their suppliers to get the lowest price.
Expenses cards in the future.
Refers to plans by the Australian government to issue unemployed people with welfare payment cards that control what they can buy.
Australia sending supplies to fight Ebola.
The Government much more committed to military action in Iraq providing medical aid to quell the Ebola epidemic.
The perfect ethical dilemma storm.
A look at two controversial subjects in many Western countries, the wearing of the burqa and same sex marriage.
Buried with one of his children that preceded him.
The death of Gough Whitlam along with one of his great achievements, free tertiary education.
The problem with containing Ebola.
Pointing out the difficulties in trying to contain the spread of Ebola
Market forces applied to the Ebola epidemic.
Somewhat cynical look at the implications of the Ebola outbreak.
Lay your life on
the bottom line.
The Government offering an effective pay cut to Australian Defence Force personnel.
Abbott shirtfronting Putin problem.
Abbott playing the tough guy to the master of the tough guy stance, Vladimir Putin.
Ebola risk and Iraq war.
Abbott's refusal to send personnel to help with the Ebola epidemic on the grounds that it is too risky seems at odds with his willingness to send troops to Iraq.
Muslim woman respecting Australian cultural norms.
Quirky look at the current burqa debate in Australia.
Australia's military commitment in Iraq collateral damage.
The cost of the commitment to the war in Iraq having a negative impact on treasurer Joe Hockey's budget.
The mental health path.
The link between unemployment and poor mental health.
Apple tax payment logo.
Apple using there status as a global business to pay much less corporate tax than most other companies.
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