This is not a budget for Australia, it’s a budget for shredding the security of the most vulnerable.
The United States has become a country where basic rights such as fair pay, equal treatment, and benefits have become controversial, viewed suspiciously as luxuries that are only available to the wealthy.
When do we stop buying the promise that the hand starving us is the only one that can save us?
In a city divided by a language barrier, the symbols of this protest are nonverbal; clanging and banging rather than chants, red squares rather than slogans or names.
For the Tea Party, however, it is undoubtedly better to have the devil you know.
How long will the American electorate allow business and government to ignore their interests without reacting violently?