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I am orchestrating a campaign to protest the dismissal of Rob Tiller who was forced out of his job for posting on his private Facebook page an article I wrote on domestic violence.
by Bettina Arndt - 18/05/2018 - 34 comments
Bigotry is bad business, so why not let the consumer determine who gets away with what in the marketplace.
It is so extraordinarily Orwellian that even its own President Mark Huddleston has admitted that he is 'troubled by many things' that it contains.
by Russell Grenning - 7/05/2018 - 8 comments
R2P was and is a step in the right direction, as it openly challenges the previously sacred notion of 'national sovereignty'.
by Barry York - 27/04/2018 - 5 comments
Despite his exit from the front bench, Powell haunted conservative immigration policy sufficiently to influence Heath when in government to pass the 1971 Immigration Act.
by Binoy Kampmark - 26/04/2018 - 4 comments
Lab workers addict monkeys to drugs, drill holes into their skulls, burn off the skin of sheep and pigs, crush rats' spinal cords...and give rats seizures.
by Emma Hurst - 24/04/2018 - 6 comments
Egypt's popular President Sisi offers the best chance to improve both the country's dismal socio-economic situation and its human rights record.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 23/04/2018
What lasting legacy has King and his civil rights movement bequeathed?
by Noel Preston - 19/04/2018 - 5 comments
While pressuring corporations to pull their sponsorship to censor controversial views may not be an attack on free speech, it creates a culture that's hostile to it.
by Justin Campbell - 17/04/2018 - 18 comments
It is about religious belief, honesty, integrity, the corruption of sport by commerce, the corruption of commerce by personal interest, and the duty of individuals to stay true to their own moral code, even against overwhelming pressure.
by Graham Young - 11/04/2018 - 31 comments
It is inevitable that when we discuss issues of great consequence someone will be offended. In recent years we learned that there is no limit to what some will take offence to.
by Justin Campbell - 10/04/2018 - 11 comments
Her hands dripped with the blood of South Africa's people, went a reflective Xoliswa Falati, who formerly knew her and claimed to have gone to prison for her.
by Binoy Kampmark - 9/04/2018 - 4 comments

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