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 Saturday 25th April 2015
Lest we forget that few politicians fight in wars.
Cynical look at how politicians create the conditions for war but rarely personally suffer the consequences of actually fighting the war.
2015-215 22April15 War Commemoration hype medal.
The excessive hype surrounding the commemoration the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli and the subsequent ANZAC legend that arose from this action.
Australia's weather risk sign.
Extremes of drought and flood that is commonplace in Australia.
The assent of ANZAC commemoration man.
The commercialisation and politicisation of the ANZAC legend.
The most common hospital surgical procedure to day.
Ongoing funding squeeze for the Australian hospital system.
The express lane according to Woolworths.
Woolworths misuse of the ANZAC legend for financial gain.
Lest we forget.
An unashamedly pro immunisation cartoon.
Sailing on Australia's economic sea.
The government targeting pensions as part of their program to balance the books when tax cuts during the boom was one of the main causes of the current budget blowout.
A comparison of the economic impacts of DVD pirating and corporate tax avoidance.
Nouvelle cuisine, no penalty rates cuisine.
Removing penalty rates for hospitality workers would have a negative impact on their ability to earn a decent wage.
The different ways to help keep our heads above water.
Claims that penalty rates are unaffordable ignore the many other ways incomes are boosted.
Multicultural Australia rip.
The different extremist views that are tearing the notion of a tolerant multicultural Australia apart.
Serious debate about taxation reform.
Questioning weather serious taxation reform will ever by achieved.
Workers compensation lifelines.
Lack of adequate workers compensation for self employed people.
Schoolgirl dress length regulations.
Was drawn in response to a local Ballarat story but as the schoolgirl dress length issue is a common and reoccurring one I thought I would have relevance to a wider audience.
The assent of ordinary working man.
The demise of skilled labour jobs for ordinary working people.
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