I grieve the common sense that would ensure the continuance of life on earth – I grieve that which is already lost, and that which will be lost due. 204 more words
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After a thirty year wait, historians, lawyers, journalists and the general public will have to wait “some time” more before knowing whether they can have access to allegations put before a Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry in 1986 into the conduct of former High Court justice, Lionel Murphy. 872 more words
N.Y. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday that ‘we have been concerned that the Trump Foundation may have engaged in some impropriety.’
The Parliamentary Privilege questions enlivened by the series of raids on Senator Stephen Conroy’s office, the home of an adviser and the server maintained by the Department of Parliamentary Services, arising from the Australian Federal Police’s investigation into the leak of NBN documents brings to a head a series of questions raised across a number of legislatures in Australia, the UK and the US in the past twenty years. 6,126 more words
Hello fellow wave writers and philosophers.
Lately I have been pondering a concept: What is the specific quality that deems a person as good or bad? 1,153 more words