I suppose there’s no need to explain to Democratic Party supporters at home – and sympathisers and well-wishers further afield – why these presidential and Congress elections are the most important in their lifetimes.
But the thing is that Trump supporters also believe these elections are the most important in their lifetimes. Why? Well, suffice it to say that a Biden/Harris victory, God forbid, will usher in socialism. It’s in the Bible, people!
Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Tuesday, 20 October 2020
The Australian Greens have been asking for a local version of the Green New Deal.
I call on everyone, but particularly young Australians, to join our movement for a Green New Deal so together we can fight to save the future. Join us: https://t.co/OVwf4TuEVw— Adam Bandt (@AdamBandt) February 3, 2020
After SmoKo's budget, people may have started listening:
You’ve probably heard of the Green New Deal in the US — is it time for one in Australia?Kate Crowley, University of Tasmania
Thursday, 8 October 2020
The Federal Budget has generated a lot of comments. It is certainly based on an unprecedented fiscal expansion; but there are fiscal expansions and then there are fiscal expansions. Annabel Crabb put it this way: "It recognises the people it wants to help, and screw the rest." She's right.
After that, the few who won biggly and the many who were left out in the cold made their voices heard. In the cacophony resulting, even Morrison's gas-fueled technology roadmap, designed to make Australia forever dependent on fossil fuels, was forgotten. You see, whether by accident or by design, it was announced before the budget, almost as if to make it sure people would be too worried about their own livelihoods to care about climate change.
And yet, as terrible as all that is, there is yet another piece of bad news people have overlooked: