Monday 1st of May 2017

a class apart ...

a class apart ...

“Earlier this week the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed the typical Australian was a 38-year-old woman living with her husband and two children in a three-bedroom house with a mortgage.

a bit more flogging of candidates would be welcome to maintain the true spirit of democracy...

democracy

This was the first step in becoming a representative of the Tiaxcallan people.

 

Next came the real hardship: starving, beating and bloodletting rituals for about two years on top of learning the moral and legal code of the city.

 

how the world diplomacy was influenced by a shot gun wedding...

friend

President Donald Trump says US-Russian relations "may be at an all-time low", echoing the sentiment of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

it's the "iraq has weapons of mass destruction" false mantra again...

wilkie versus the empire...

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie has questioned whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime was responsible for last week's chemical weapons attack on civilians that prompted US missile strikes.

when the mexican wall and a donald decree was a shovel...

in the land of the free...

This early 1920s cartoon is from Winsor McCay who was more famous for his strips and animation of "Little Nemo" than his political views. 

See more and pay some cash to Wikipedia on my behalf at :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winsor_McCay

the psychopathy of the US government had not improved from the previous administrations...

diplomacy

US Defense Secretary James Mattis claims last week's US missile strike on a Syrian airbase damaged or destroyed 20 percent of the country's air force.

from the master of disguises...

disguises

"I think [my parents] were in their 40s before they could afford to buy their first home. "It's not something you're meant to get — the two-car garage [house] when you're 22. "I think... that this generation and the one before think that's the way it has to be — well I'm afraid it's not that way." Senator Hinch said a lifetime of renting was common in many big cities around the world, where often people were unable to afford to buy property. "That's why in New York, when you watch programs like Seinfeld, there was such a rush to get hold of rent-controlled apartments," he said. "Because that's the way people lived their lives. They didn't expect to own a house."

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modern pestilence and kicking the rightful owners in the nuts...

modern pestilence...

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is understood to have told the Adani group chairman the issue of Native Title in Australia will soon be resolved.

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