The dictum is not to talk about religion and politics in polite company.
If you share that belief, read no further. Religious freedom is an
interesting concept. A quick search came up with no current law
in Australia that makes a belief in any faith tradition illegal...
It seems that most Australians have been affected in some way by cancer.
The chances are you know a cancer survivor, remember someone who didn’t
survive, have sympathy with someone undergoing treatment or have a
friend or relative that knows someone who has been affected in some way.
Another title might have been Democracy according to Justice Kenneth Madison Hayne,
who in his address to The Melbourne Law School on 26 July 2019, contrasted the
features of a Royal Commission: independence, neutrality, publicity and provision of
a reasoned report, all characteristics of the judicial processes, to the very different
features of everyday political discourse.
Dedicated observers of the political scene in Australia owe much
to Niki Savva who made her mark as a significant author when
she penned two critical exposés in which she fearlessly uncovered
the labyrinthine machinery of the Liberal Party for all to see.
We’ve all seen the movie or read the book that has, as a part of
the plot, a group of relatives who are reluctantly invited to the
wedding only because they are family. Frankly, no one really
likes them due to their boorish and overbearing attitudes.
Have you noticed the growing bond between President Trump and
PM Morrison? Morrison has always been fulsome in his praise of Trump:
“He says what he's going to do and then goes and does it; I can always
rely on President Trump to follow through on what he says.”