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Gough Whitlam's life and legacy: experts respond

The Conversation     |      21 October 2014

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 Gough Whitlam, Labor prime minister from 1972 to 1975, has died aged 98. A giant of modern Australian politics, his passing triggered a flood of tributes on Tuesday morning 21 October 2014. 2,738 more words

Higher Education Policy

Quote of the Day

The way you solve things is by making it politically profitable for the wrong people to do the right thing.

—Milton Friedman

Politics

Pursued

New novel I’m working on, would love and appreciate any feed back, these are the first two paragraphs. I have almost 20 complete as a rough draft right now. 357 more words

Writing

People in glass houses shouldn’t be forced there because they’re wearing a burka.

Erin makes mad about barefaced idiocy

So, the Speaker of the House of Parliament here Down Under has seen fit to reverse, I repeat REVERSE a decision that had people wearing ‘facial coverings’ segregated into a separate, specially enclosed public gallery in the houses of Parliament. 842 more words

Erinmakesmad

Inspiration from JFK on Government secrecy

JFK was a statesman and one of my inspirations. Sadly all too often we have way too much secrecy in our government. All too often does council go behind closed doors to discuss OUR money, and OUR community, only to never disclose these discssions. 170 more words

The Creek Road Podcast Epasode 008 Walmart Buckets one Dollar

Welcome Friends to The Creek Road Podcast Episode 008. WalMart Buckets One dollar.

This week we talk about

Asking the Bakery Person at Walmart about the Frosting buckets… 260 more words

Prepping

So True

This is what needs to happen, I only have some questions, why is Ted Cruz the one have to say it? Where is the GOP on this Why are none of the republicans in the other states sending this message to the voters? 22 more words

Government