A vexed question, and after the past couple of days where One Nation Senators, Roberts and Hanson, stood in the Red chamber to air their particularly personal gripes, we who think much more broadly need to ask ourselves, just how should we handle such mindsets.
Over the weekend just gone, we’ve seen an abject failure of the political system as we all thought we understood it.
This issue has bugged me for days. I’m not referring to the recent deaths from the horrendous ‘Coward Punch’ behaviour by certain miscreants within our society – as reprehensible as such behaviour is – I’m referring to the following diatribe from Federal Member for Bowman, Andrew Laming, which recently appeared on Facebook. Laming’s preferred method of controlled public address. I’ve reformatted for readability, but left in the spelling and grammatical errors. Hi Redlands. Need your thoughts on my coward-punch policies…. There’s no place for political squabbling after another deadly coward punch, but its vital something good comes from tragedy. It […]
‘none so blind as those who will not see’
Culture wars…….we seem to have these on-again-off-again ideological stoushes every single time conservatives enter government.
Have a read of this article on the ABC news site, and ask yourself just why the RBA cut the cash rate today to 2.25%, an historical low.
Between 1940 and the 1970’s in the south of the US of A, the phrase dead man walking was used by correctional officers to tell those in the hallways of the prisons to move to the side and allow the condemned person to pass unhindered. This phrase was looked upon as cruel and unusual and therefore “outlawed” by civil rights activists.