Archive | May, 2015

The Hunger

I didn’t realise that I was different. It wasn’t until a few people made observations about my behaviour. Kat said that the way I jogged between houses inspired her to go harder when doorknocking. Simon, a few days after September 7, 2013, called it a “hunger”. It’s something that is perhaps more noticeable now as I […]

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Why progressive voters should vote for the Greens

Tanya Plibersek’s recent call for a binding vote on marriage equality is an example of why progressive voters should vote for the Greens. There are two particular reasons for progressive voters to vote for the Greens. One is: voting for the Greens pulls ALP policy to the left. Simply, the higher the Green vote, the more […]

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