Today, our plus guest is Lindsay Williams, a Gumbaynggirr and Wiradjuri man from Nambucca Heads. This was an episode where we decided against setting an agenda, because the fact is, as three white guys we can't speak for First Nations people, but we desperately need to learn more as the ignorance of Indigenous culture in this country is crippling.
Today, our plus guest is Joshua Dean, artist, carer, and seeker of knowledge. So join us as we celebrate the death of a billionaire, worry about the end of life as we know it, and the horrific state of politics in the modern age. Marxism never looked so good.
Sex workers face some of the highest levels of abuse of any profession, and more often than not when they are murdered they are blamed for what was done to them. They are reduced to what they do, instead of who they are. It's the world's oldest profession, and yet people still won't accept that sex work is work.
As the fight to increase Newstart ramps up, we take a look at what is needed to protect welfare in Australia, and why it's so necessary. Subjects for discussion include wage theft, wrestling, and windmills.
This week our good friend Randy Johnson dropped in for a few drinks and a chat about homelessness, Hanson, and horrible ideas. Also Albo. Because, good god, the man is likely to be the last leader of the ALP.
It was supposed to be the unloseable election. This is why we can't have nice things.
Are you tired of the status quo? Do you wish there was another option outside of the two-party system? Have you forgotten that Australia has a preferential voting system? Good news everyone! Australia has a preferential voting system! If you're old enough to remember the last decade of self-interested politicians with no true vision for Australia then perhaps this is the how-to-vote blog for you.
It's a no-holds-barred race to the bottom with Scott Morrison receiving praise for "doing things" while Shorten is attacked for being Shorten; Clive Palmer has paid his way back into political relevance without ever having to pay his workers; and Pauline Hanson's One Nation is competing with the Liberal party for the highly coveted title Most Trash Candidates Nominated in a Single Election.
There is a deeply concerning perception problem in Australian politics, and this has been the case for some time. Many seem to think that the Labor and Liberal parties are essentially the same. In policy; personnel; propensity to knife a sitting Prime Minister; thousands, if not millions, of Australians believe that they could not be more similar. Only, they're not.
The commercialisation of Anzac Day goes far beyond whichever advertising executive will shit the bed on April 25 with a tone-deaf attempt to cash in on the "ANZAC Spirit". This is a day which has become a battleground for right-wing culture warriors desperate to exploit the boozed-up bogans eager to defend 'Straya in the trenches of focused and persistent online abuse.