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May 21 in history

293 – Roman Emperors Diocletian and Maximian appointed Galerius asCaesar to Diocletian, beginning the period of four rulers known as theTetrarchy.

878  Syracuse, Italy was   1,072 more words


May 20, 1977 Fraser says "Top Priority is Coal..."

“Energy research funds would go largely to studies of coal use rather than solar energy the Prime Minister, Mr Fraser, said in Hobart yesterday.

Mr Fraser, who was replying to questions from about 70 school students on television, said the Government was looking very seriously at funds for energy research. 62 more words


Scottish Ballet

The concrete facade of the Scottish Ballet Building (Malcolm Fraser Architects, compl. 2009) on Albert Drive, Glasgow, makes for an interesting contrast with the adjacent Gothic Revival chancel of St. 7 more words


America is a dangerous ally: Malcolm Fraser

“We need the United States for defence, but we only need defence because of the United States.”

So argues the former Prime Minister of Australia, the Honorable Malcolm Fraser, in his new book… 1,375 more words

Riding Instructions for 2017: Time to Abandon the Least Worst.

Story by Emmjay

I watched an American Ted Talk yesterday where the chap was arguing something along the lines of “OK we’ve seen what the protest vote gets the world (Trump that is), fair enough, people have a right to be pissed off – and a right to send a message to conventional politicians that business as usual is no longer an option.” 1,209 more words


Melbourne Christmas Day 'terror attack' foiled, say Australia police


Image copyrightAPImage captionPolice in Melbourne say they believe a terror attack was planned for Christmas Day

Australian police have foiled a major terror attack in Melbourne on Christmas Day, officials say. 370 more words

Islamic State

Fraser's F*** Up

Peter Dutton

If the Left begins to froth at the mouth and to start screaming like stuck-pigs over something else someone’s said again, you can bet they have good reason. 336 more words

Malcolm Turnbull