Q&A is safe for now, but we are looking towards either a vast change to format, or a completely different program to fill the slot. There have been many suggestions from my end,”
“It is fundamental to the administration of justice that the judge be neutral. It is for this reason that the appearance of departure from neutrality is a ground of disqualification … because the rule is concerned with the appearance of bias, and not the actuality, it is the perception of the hypothetical observer that provides the yardstick.”
High Court Judge Dyson Heydon
Open Court and the problem with suppression orders
When it comes to big, brassy flourishes about the inherent nobility, fairness and majesty of their function in life, there are few more superlative at the task than lawyers and judges.
the minister for women and accidental PM, turdy abbutt, suggest that his party should be less blokey... but demands merit.
Union royal commission 'a farce'
Dyson Heydon's guest speaker booking at a Liberal party fundraiser shows he is 'conflicted and biased' says Labor's Tony Burke.
The former judge charged with overseeing the royal commission into union corruption has been billed as guest speaker at a Liberal Party fundraiser.
The Daily Telegraph has started a new advertising campaign, possibly because it's loosing readership, I don't really know... But with the obscure line trying to promote that the Telegraph "RUNS IT" (runs the news) and everyone follows, the clever boffins of News Limited are in dangerous territory...
The Coalition's marathon same-sex marriage debate ended in a short-term fix which has reignited internal doubts about the Prime Minister's judgement and leadership.
Two thirds of the joint party room supported traditional marriage and binding MPs and Senators to the status quo.
The Sydney Traditionalists describe themselves as an “association of ‘old school’ conservative, traditionalist and paleoconservative individuals”.
A partially-declassified DIA report brings disturbing details about US support for jihadists in Syria.
What kind of game is the US government playing in the Middle East?
For the third year on the trot, Shell service stations generated billions of dollars and revenue but not a cent in company tax. In fact the owners of the sunny yellow servos reported tax benefits in all three years despite total sales which may be in excess of $60 billion.
This is an incredible situation for a nationwide network of services stations as well as a large refinery which makes up the "downstream" division of the global oil brand.
As usual, The Daily Turdograph exaggerates anything to promote Turdy's idiocy and his henchmen's (as well as that of their god and master Uncle Rupe). Today's (or was it yesterday's) poster tells us the cost of Labor's Carbon Policy, costed by a dumb monkey in a human suit, with a tie, punching numbers on an abacus. Thus you "can trust" the The Daily Terrorgraph. The monkey was educated at Taronga Zoo and passed Banana Accounting 101 with Honours.
Meanwhile if you look into a real global warming crystal ball, you would be able to know that the Liberal (CONservative) cost of the future would go way beyond imaginings, especially with inflation and people trying to find a life-jacket.