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Throsby, Cigar et al I hoped in vain this new site might offer, if not some humour, at least ...Read on →
The so-called moon landing would be so easy to fake. I mean, look at the special effects in movies nowadays. ...Read on →
I take exception to your flippant article (and I use the term loosely) trying poorly to ridicule Trinity Grammar School ...Read on →
Who is this Throsby character with such a tenuous, superficial grasp of Australian politics and why does he have space ...Read on →
I take strong offence at the article demeaning Waverly Council liberal supporters as “Bondi Snobs.” We fought for years to ...Read on →
"Really, what are you afraid of with readers' comments? " asks MT from Pt Piper. Since you insist, additional ...Read on →
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Times past when warlords, priests and royalty hoarded luxury, life was a short grim struggle. Today most want for little yet still deny dignified survival to working poor, and ravage entire countries as collateral to our laissez faire fiesta.
On not shedding a tear ..
A Century of Imperialism
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~ its own rewardCBO 2017 est]. Imagine this staggering sum applied to rebuilding The Great Society. Think of others.
Where Charity Begins
This lazy unemployed
..crack-smoking welfare queen ran up U$15 trillion debt
If he's a welfare leech then your soul is with the sociopaths and predators who own Warshington and its minions, the Repugnicans and Dumfocrats, gutting a once noble nation that aspired to equality.
This elite will survive the US economic train wreck, land softly on 300 million plundered taxpayers, then from fortresses of luxury and privilege prey elsewhere for spoils.
The dawn of civilization was greatly exaggerated.