Sydney is changing. Like many other metropoles, shifting infrastructure attempts to keep up with the growing population. While I can talk all day about the state government’s neat job, that would be like me singing a lullaby. 784 more words
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Our first episode! And we’re off with a bang this week at the intersection of two of America’s favorite obsessions: God and guns!
In David Hare’s play The Absence of War, about a privately charismatic Labour leader unable to connect with voters through a web of political advice and spin, a senior political adviser bemoans the diversity of opinion that is a feature of Labour politics. 1,255 more words
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And then I’ll explain to you, very slowly and in words of not more than five syllables, that those hard-nosed, buck-chasing “businessmen” are observably losing literal billions as they continue to tear away at the foundations of Western Civilization: Christianity, the family, the rule of law, and the white race in the name of…