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The Abbott governments attack on personal freedom

Supposed liberal government, that claims to support small government and personal liberty, Abbott and co have astounded the Australian public with consistent attacks on our freedoms. 355 more words


Brandis attempts to bribe President of HRC

The despicable attempt to bribe the President of the Human Rights Commission needs to be investigated by an independent body. Allegations of serious criminal behaviour have been raised against the highest law officer of the land. 259 more words


Liberal Party leadership crisis

The Liberal Party is leaking like a nappy worn by an adult baby with gastro. While this is great news for news outlets, social media and bloggers like myself, it spells disaster for Prime Minister Tony Abbott. 588 more words


Abbott's terror war. (Psychological war on the Australian people)

Tony Abbott is the most unpopular Australian Prime Minister of the last 40 years. In an obvious and cynical attempt to win the respect of voters, Mr Abbott has engaged in a systematic attempt to terrorise Australian citizens. 303 more words


The Garden

“Will you be comfortable there, Father? Can I bring you a blanket?”

The novitiate is over-solicitous, as those fresh to the calling tend to be, and he tests Father Ignatius’s patience at times. 853 more words


Detective 859 - Kate meets Renee, and the Question needs an ally

Rucka and Williams III continue with the origin of Batwoman in Detective 859 (Jan. 10).

This issue is almost entirely flashbacks scenes, although Batwoman does have an encounter with Abbot, in which he confirms that the Crime Bible prophecy about the “twice-named daughter of Cain” was interpreted by them to mean twin girls, and they knew that Alice was her sister. 223 more words

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Detective 857 - Batwoman jumps, and the Question chats

Batwoman’s first fight with Alice concludes in Detective 857 (Nov. 09), by Rucka and Williams III.

Abbot lets Kate know that Alice has plans to bring an end to Gotham, with chemical warfare.  201 more words

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