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The use of euphemism or obscure terminology in issues involving life and death should always alert us to an effort to hide the truth.
by Paul Russell - 19/05/2017 - 6 comments
Ahok was foolish to disturb the mediaeval shadows that still inform much Indonesian discourse and significant elements of its culture.
by Richard Laidlaw - 11/05/2017 - 17 comments
'Making euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide legal started a development we did not foresee. The old limit 'thou shalt not kill' was abandoned, a new limit is yet to be found.'
by Paul Russell - 10/05/2017 - 3 comments
It will be enough for a woman to simply claim she fears violence may occur in order to be issued with a restraining order.
Colby Hickey put his personal liberty and human rights on the line as a whistle-blower and was shut out by those who are tasked to protect him.
by Patricia Eisele - 9/05/2017 - 2 comments
India had skewed the sex-ratio of its population to 94 females for every 100 males. The ratios in the city, where ultrasound clinics are most concentrated, are far worse.
by Mark Makowiecki - 4/05/2017 - 4 comments
Religion, or lack of it, is a personal decision for each individual. So why would Australians want their head of state to discuss her beliefs?
by David Swanton - 3/05/2017 - 24 comments
Sad to say, both Labor and the Greens love talking about same sex marriage so much they don’t actually want to achieve it.
by David Leyonhjelm - 2/05/2017 - 41 comments
Eight human beings were executed on 29th April 2015. Shot on an island, after midnight, the eight were singing a hymn together.
by Suresh Ruberan - 1/05/2017 - 47 comments
The Fellows, by their own admission are not unwell but simply don't want to live in a nursing facility in their decrepitude.
by Paul Russell - 28/04/2017 - 6 comments
We have many platitudes to disguise the fact that this country was seized from the original owners at gun point.
by John Tomlinson - 27/04/2017 - 34 comments
It is only the firm leadership of Archbishop Phillip Aspinall that appears to be preventing the clock turning backwards on child abuse reform in Brisbane's Anglican Diocese.
by Amanda Gearing - 21/04/2017 - 4 comments

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