HISTORIC

What transpired today, at 10am EST, was truly historic. Today marks a departure from the battle for equality. Australia has voted yes for marriage equality, in one of the most divisive political agendas the nation has seen. 61.6% of the population who voted in the same sex marriage plebiscite voted in favour of marriage equality. As…

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on debates

If you find posts about American politics and Donald Trump offensive or against your views, don’t read this very small, low key rant. – I really do not give a crap about what you might have to say about Hillary Clinton. Love her, hate her, loathe her. I don’t care. One thing is pretty clear…

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on referendums

I sincerely hope England is prepared to deal with the consequences of its actions, after choosing to leave the largest economic and monetary union formed to date.  For what? What are the costs and benefits. Is immigration a large enough issue to shatter the stability of national and global economies? And as for Australia, I…

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