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CANBERRA OBSERVED Crikey, is nobody a true dinks Aussie these days?

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Hundreds of doctors call on AMA to withdraw defective statement on same-sex marriage

EUTHANASIA What disability advocates say about assisted suicide by Daniel Giles

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Triggs' one important contribution to rights by Greg Walsh

ENERGY High prices 'destroying the economy': Glencore

ENERGY Renewable energy barely even a fair weather friend

ECONOMICS The world it is a-changin': globalisation in crisis

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Gay Liberals' push out of step with LGBTI realities

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS South Africa is losing its rainbow nation credentials

MUSIC A moral scale: Does 'good' music make us better?

CINEMA War for the Planet of the Apes: Best-laid plans of apes and men

BOOK REVIEW Risk nothing; gain nothing

BOOK REVIEW The most infamous crime in history

POETRY

LETTERS

MORAL EDIFICATION A cartoon

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CANBERRA OBSERVED Crikey, is nobody a true dinks Aussie these days?
Barnaby Joyce’s New Zealand citizenship woes have placed the Turnbull Government on the precipice with the prospect of a shortened term now a very real possibility.
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SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Hundreds of doctors call on AMA to withdraw defective statement on same-sex marriage
Hundreds of doctors have urged the AMA to withdraw its support for “same-sex marriage”, after the AMA issued a statement supporting “same-sex marriage” without consulting its membership.
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EUTHANASIA What disability advocates say about assisted suicide by Daniel Giles
Disability advocates in recent times have raised concerns about the impact the legalisation of euthanasia and/or assisted suicide will have on them. There are people within the disability community actively campaigning against both.
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SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Triggs' one important contribution to rights by Greg Walsh
There have been many criticisms recently of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) under the leadership of Professor Gillian Triggs. Such concerns have ranged from inappropriately delaying an inquiry into children in detention, misleading the Senate, failing to resolve the threats to free speech from section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, incorrect accusations of journalistic malpractice and unjustifiable recommendations of compensation.
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ENERGY High prices 'destroying the economy': Glencore
Leading Australian mining executive Peter Freyberg has warned that Australia has a year to fix the country’s electricity crisis, or permanent damage will result.
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ENERGY Renewable energy barely even a fair weather friend
The media hysteria blaming everything from bushfires to refugee crises on anthro­pogenic climate change continues unabashed. One result of the hysteria has been massive subsidies to renewable energy. Yet renewables remain only a tiny proportion of global energy generation.
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ECONOMICS The world it is a-changin': globalisation in crisis
The changes taking place in most of the Western countries are happening so fast and running so deep it is hard for even the most determined observer to keep up. More importantly still, the changes seem to have reshaped the way ordinary people evaluate economic and political performance. Nothing like it has been seen since the end of the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Gay Liberals' push out of step with LGBTI realities
West Australian Liberal Senator Dean Smith supports gay and lesbian marriage on the basis that “there are so many wanting to get married”. Another liberal politician, North Sydney’s Trent Zimmerman, also supports same-sex marriage, arguing it’s wrong to “deny the right of all Australians to be married”.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS South Africa is losing its rainbow nation credentials
After 23 years in government, South Africa’s ANC has demonstrably failed to produce a cohesive nation, despite being critical of the preceding apartheid years.
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MUSIC A moral scale: Does 'good' music make us better?
How moral are different types of music? The question is not as odd as it sounds, although the answer is anything but obvious. Indeed, it is quite probably an impossible question to shed light on.
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CINEMA War for the Planet of the Apes: Best-laid plans of apes and men
First, humanity overreached in its desire to conquer its own frailty. Instead of victory, it was overcome by the very nature it sought to command. In so doing, creation repaid its stewards for their failure by beginning to supplant them.
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BOOK REVIEW Risk nothing; gain nothing
The weather was atrocious, preventing the U.S. Air Force from providing air cover. The mountainous Ardennes are full of hills, isolated villages and winding tracks. Had the Germans not run out of petrol, they might have pulled off their audacious gamble.
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BOOK REVIEW The most infamous crime in history
For a start, was the Holocaust unique, or just another example of the all too many attempted genocides that have taken place over the centuries?
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POETRY
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LETTERS
I was very impressed by Chris McCormack’s detailed analysis of what Edmund Rice Education Australia  (EREA) (News Weekly, July. 29. 2017.) proposes to do in regard to transgender sex education in its schools.
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MORAL EDIFICATION A cartoon
 
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