Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Importance of Anger in Politics

There are two kinds of left wing people; those who smiled when Maggie Thatcher died, and those who did not. Those who did not smile likely acknowledged with a Kantian stiff upper lip that they disagreed strongly with the policies of The Baroness Thatcher but believed it to be disrespectful and unproductive to speak ill of […]

Abbott’s radical manifesto.

Well today is May Day. International Workers Day. It has been a long time in Australia since May Day has served as an actual call to arms, but today is that day. Today May Day reminds us of how important Labor governments are. Today May Day reminds us how working people must organise and fight […]