Persistence

Over the last weekend I thought I would give up writing this blog. It has been an interesting couple of years. Some 1200 posts, half a million words. This Winter has been difficult. Constant personal issues involving health and family for the last five years have begun to drain my emotional energy – and it does …

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Andrew Bolt Guilty – And They’re Coming For You Next

Somehow, in the shambolic mess of Justice Bromberg’s mind, a person who says that race should make no difference, and that people should be rewarded and assisted according to their abilities and needs, is guilty of racial discrimination. Somehow, in the blinkered hollow of Justice Bromberg’s mind, people who claim extra rights and privileges on …

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Being Who We Are Part Two

Just a few brief thoughts. One: It seems to me quite clear, at the risk of incurring judicial wrath, that Justice Bromberg would very much like to find against Andrew Bolt and the Herald and Weekly Times. There have been a few comments and questions from the bench which indicate this. For example, his remark that …

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