He stood out, he stood up. He was a big man of the old school.
Duh and Doh. Dull and Duller. Drab and Drabber. The choices are sad. (Though, according to the Age, it’s our own fault that we haven’t got aspirants with “genuine answers and visions”.)
Australia’s only female minister is fully supported by Cabinet colleagues in her message to the people.
An homage to the giant of our times, E.G. Whitlam.
Don’t hate us. We were born this way.
Misogyny, homophobia, racism and hairy armpits have never been more politically captivating.
Does a minister suffer long dark nights of the soul? Picture and verse by W.H. Chong.
Why must we have animal factories? Say “No!”
Ah, Obama: reaching for the ideal, but urging us to “act in our time,” “knowing that our work will be imperfect.” And a gay inaugural poet to boot.
A pair of posters (respects to Shepard Fairey and David Bowie) to celebrate one of the singular political journeys and achievements of our time. Feel free to appropriate.
W H Chong
David Walsh’s excellent literary adventures
I.M. Malcolm Fraser, with drawings
For Valentine’s: The Books of Love, and other genres
The Joy of House Concerts
Summer Art Shortlist
Vote 1: D1 and D2
Abbott’s Cabinet: No, no, we are not feminists!
Last chance to see the naked Greek dudes
Homage to Gough, RIP
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