Scott Morrison has now been Prime Minister for over three years. That means he has spent more time in the job than Turnbull, Whitlam, Rudd, or Abbott did. In those three years he has built a reputation as a man whose word cannot be trusted, and as a man who has given both his Ministers, … Continue reading How can we trust Morrison’s word, or his motives, on anything?
Pottery Barn rule? You break it, you pay.
"Australia is a lucky country run mainly by second rate people who share its luck. It lives on other people's ideas, and, although its ordinary people are adaptable, most of its leaders (in all fields) so lack curiosity about the events that surround them that they are often taken by surprise."That is a quote taken … Continue reading A lucky country, run by second rate people
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie introduced a Private Members' Bill last year, to put pressure on the Government to follow a United Nations recommendation, and raise the age of criminal responsibility in Australia from 10 to 14 years. This would re-align us with most of the developed world. In November 2019, then Attorney-General of Australia, Christian … Continue reading In Australia we still jail children, some as young as 10