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Ian Warden is a columnist for The Canberra Times

Conversion therapy for Liberals and Canberra's grumbletonians

Conversion therapy for Liberals and Canberra's grumbletonians

Parents of Australia! Brace yourselves for my probing test of your beliefs and values.

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Gold medal for dumbing down goes to...

Gold medal for dumbing down goes to...

Yes, the nation is becoming dumber by the day.

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A mystic glance into the nation's fortunes

A mystic glance into the nation's fortunes

My fortune teller bent low over her crystal ball and peered probingly into its swirling supernatural depths.

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Australia's shame: Crimson blushes on the national cheek

Australia's shame: Crimson blushes on the national cheek

What the offending Australian cricketers did reflects badly on the national IQ.

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Ian Warden: Only a miracle can save atheism
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Ian Warden: Only a miracle can save atheism

These are dark days indeed for the atheists and agnostics of Australia.

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Ian Warden: Pollies' dogged rorting raises nation's hackles
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Ian Warden: Pollies' dogged rorting raises nation's hackles

Last Sunday afternoon at the lake was such fun that I forgot for a moment the rage seething in my ethical bosom at the Julie Bishop revelations.

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Smartphone addiction confusing for a house guest from Mars

Smartphone addiction confusing for a house guest from Mars

We are so attached to our smartphones that aliens would think they are part of the human body.

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Ian Warden: When sleeping libidos awaken
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Ian Warden: When sleeping libidos awaken

In this same week in which our prime minister has preached against the libido, we are reminded us of the wonders that lust can sometimes spark.

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Ian Warden: What official Aussie gift to give the Trumps?
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Ian Warden: What official Aussie gift to give the Trumps?

If there is an unhappier political wife than Natalie Joyce (wife of the disgraced Barnaby Joyce), it may very well be the tragic Melania Trump.

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Ian Warden: The whirligig of Canberra life
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Ian Warden: The whirligig of Canberra life

Canberra! Budding one day, blossoming the next.

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Mormons and Liberals equally deluded
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Mormons and Liberals equally deluded

Mormons and Young Liberals are so eerily similar.

  • by Ian Warden