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By blue milk on December 16, 2012
Recently we were being trolled by an Australian economist, Dr Steven Kates about the Obama win in the United States of America. Among his conclusions, that the Obama vote was made up of the medicants (ie. people who need significant medical treatment and can’t afford it, as in, I guess any of us at some […]
Posted in economics, gender & feminism, media, parenting, parties and factions, relationships | Tagged elections, equality, Federal Politics, identity, stereotypes, US presidential campaigns | 10 Responses
By tigtog on November 5, 2012
Racing around the track in Melbourne and to the polls in the USA, Budget projections, the expanding Jimmy Savile investigation and more. What else has piqued your media interests lately?
By tigtog on October 23, 2012
I just had to use that in a post somewhere! What’s piqued your media interests lately?
By tigtog on September 21, 2012
Our leaders are cynically dodging behind parliamentary procedure to avoid properly representing their electorates, while another damning Aboriginal death in custody report raises scarcely a blip on the national radar. As usual for media circus threads, please share your bouquets and brickbats for particular items in the mass media, or highlight cogent analysis elsewhere, on any current sociopolitical issue.
By tigtog on April 18, 2012
Roseanne Barr on Ann and Mitt Romney and the Mommy Wars: “why bring out this fake issue again now? Could it be to divert the conversation from the continued restrictions being placed on women’s reproductive rights and make us forget that both parties are socialists for their own causes…?” – and Daily Beast puts this righteous rant from a woman who is running for POTUS in the Entertainment section.
Posted in culture wars, ethics & philosophy, gender & feminism, history, parties and factions, social justice, work and family | Tagged class warfare, mommy wars, US presidential campaigns | 4 Responses
By tigtog on June 15, 2011
Bachmann, 55, believes her country needs to be reclaimed from a socialist president, a gay mafia, and treasonous liberals, responsible for, among other things, robbing Americans of the freedom to choose their light bulbs.
By tigtog on May 22, 2011
Stephen Colbert gets John Lithgow to recite that baffling wafflefest Press Release of Doom from Newt Gingrich’s presidential spokesman, Rick Tyler.