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Today’s Breakthrough Institute report shows we are tipping climate thresholds like dominoes as we slide down runaway warming’s road to Hell Featured Image: Cover picture from the emailed announcement received 17/05/2022 of Breakthrough Institute’s new publication “Climate Dominoes“, by David Spratt and Ian Dunlop. This report summarizes the vast array of evidence showing that the …
William P. Hall
2022-09-26 12:48:16
From the LA Times
The event Queen Elizabeth’s funeral marks the end of an era. What era?… And, exactly what have we been celebrating?… Australia, and indeed, seemingly most the rest of the world has spent the last two weeks mourning the passing of a 97 year old lady on the other side of the globe with a panoply …
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2022-05-18 12:26:27
The Conversation observes that the LNP is only getting its just rewards from its treatment of and condescension to women Featured Image: AAP/Diego Fidele from the article – Handing out how to vote cards at a polling place.
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2022-05-16 15:13:11
A “teal” infested minority government may be our best path towards ensuring effective action to manage the climate crisis before it is too late to stop warming Featured Image: Zoe Daniel rally. Diego Fedele/AAP image from the article,
Introduction The results of the 21 May 2022 federal election looks like the beginning of a fundamental revolution in the way politics is done in Australia. Not only has our Parliament shifted from close to a decade of domination by the conservative and reactionary Liberal and National Party Coalition to a more progressive Labor government, …
William P. Hall
2022-09-25 17:47:46
Cover image from Australia Remade's article Celebrating doing democracy differently
A flock of teal independents has landed in Parliament. Their ‘first speeches’ show why their community independent movement is so important. Introduction This article here is an extract from a major essay I am currently writing on the origins, emergence and evolution of the ‘teal tsunami’ and the growth of the body of knowledge enabling …
William P. Hall
2022-09-11 20:40:03
Australia has a new government. Every month we fail to stop global warming is a month closer to global mass extinction. Still no visible progress towards solution. The graphic above downloaded today shows the current state of sea-ice surrounding the Antarctic continent. Despite what seems to be a cold winter in Victoria, its coverage indicated …
After “a decade of inaction on confected, time-wasting ‘climate wars’ for political” gain, scandal and indecency, the COALition should go! Featured Image: Captain Humbug (A.K.A. Scotty from Marketing) showing the parliamentary puppet troop what it is all about behind his then PM, ““Don’t be afraid, don’t be scared, it won’t hurt you. It’s coal.” With …
William P. Hall
2022-05-16 03:20:36
Politicians threatened by community-based independents warn of CHAOS, but these thinking independents have ideals rather than ideologies. Depending on how people vote, we may be headed towards a major revolution in the structure and functioning of our form of Parliamentary government. Under 9+ years of LNP COALition government, major policies have been heavily influenced by …
Another affluent Liberal heartland seat will test the importance of climate action and ethics to conservative, thinking voters Among a field of 11 candidates running in Kooyong, including the ‘born to rule’ incumbent Liberal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg who would be next PM after Scott Morrison, it seems likely that no one candidate will have a …
William P. Hall
2022-05-04 15:24:58
Chaney, once deputy PM and minister under Fraser says Liberal Party has “lost its way”, backs teal niece, Kate Chaney, to take ultra-safe WA seat of Curtin Today in the Nine-Newspapers Fred Chaney says why he can no longer support the Liberals“ Fred Chaney is actively supporting his Niece, Kate Chaney, a teal independent who …
William P. Hall
2022-05-24 18:19:16
Held by science denying, coal loving Lib turncoat funded by Clive Palmer, Craig Kelly, contested by 2 teals, a Green, One Nation and the Libs Editor’s comments This is a very interesting contest to see how a reasonably affluent urban fringe electorate dominated by lower tier professionals and tradies with moderately high level of home …