It has been a year of madness like no other.America elected a President like no other.Cardinal Pell is returning home in an effort to restore his memory.Newspapers are under threat.Human rights are constantly under threat.And truth fi nds it diffi cult to get a guernsey in this digital age.The AFL is attempting to show moral leadership that Canberra has beenincapable of providing for quite a few years now.Asylum seekers remain incarcerated on islands, having been useful forgovernments wanting to retain power.Although Canberra's spin doctors may have to start looking elsewhere as thepublic can only remain gullible for so long.The public has turned away from the major parties. They'd prefer to watchbrilliant footballers goal scoring rather than mediocre players in Canberra pointscoring.ABOUT THE AUTHORRon Tandberg began producing cartoons for metropolitan newspapers in 1972when the great Graham Perkin decided to use his work as an integral part of thelayout of the front page of The Age. His insightful cartoons cut through to theessence of the big news stories of the day with razor-like humour. Tandberg'swork has been recognised with eleven Walkley awards including two GoldWalkleys.
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