Orwell's Essay on Politics and the English Language is more important than ever.
Australian and international media have howled with indignant outrage at the notion they and their sources are accountable to 'onerous' national secrecy laws.
Memories are imperfect repositories, but there is something to be said about those of actors being particularly susceptible.
Where possible, and as a matter of principle, it is better to expose social media to existing law and existing enforcement methods rather than introduce overspecialised specific legislation.
The local BBC was claiming some fake social media pushed arson as the major factor and that this was a misinformation campaign by anti-global warming bots.
If you have been watching TV lately, you will have noticed that many advertisements include at least one black or brown person.
Why so many? After all, there are about as many Buddhists as Aboriginals, and three times as many Chinese. Ah well, despite the ABC's need to show impartiality, Reconciliation is somehow more important.
I'm prompted to pen this comment after somebody recently described something bad that had happened to them quite rapidly as occurring in 'one foul swoop'.
Dear Fitz, dishonouring a Christian woman proclaiming biblical Christianity is a disgrace.
Read in a different way, Prince Andrew was being the consummate Britannic Royal: incapable of remorse or being flustered.
They also believe in taking sponsorship from the very same entities who are doing their best (or worst) to engage in matters of existential oblivion.
Although ABC Fact Check claims to be neutral and objective, it is revealing what they have chosen not to fact check in the debate over abortion law reform.