Monthly Archives: July 2019

Leaders’ dreams are becoming our nightmares

When our challenges are crying out for social cohesion, division is the order of the day. AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh, a bear of very little brain though a source of much wisdom for me, always liked to chat, but … Continue reading

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We are now in a place we’ve never been before

Australia’s big dry is now its worst drought on record. Which is pretty much the way it is everywhere. Following a lead from our state and federal governments, today I’m going to avoid the delicate matter of future climate. Instead … Continue reading

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Tax scheme is a dangerous gamble with fate

The Morrison government’s tax changes are a line of least resistance, but there are big long term consequences. It was a story made for our times, about the tax man literally seizing the money of unsuspecting people regardless of the … Continue reading

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