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This morning the media asked for my thoughts on a story on the front page of The Australian about a taxpayer-funded ‘gay manual’ introduced to schools.
The program, written by homosexual activists and supported to the tune of $8m by the federal government, encourages children as young as 11 to become advocates for the homosexual cause.
They say age brings wisdom. I can’t vouch for that but if there was an award for frustration, I would be receiving my Master’s degree!Wherever I look I see a suspension of common sense and seem to be continually saying ‘the world has gone mad’.
Australia Day marks the unofficial end of the summer holidays. Until then, even if you have returned to work, it seems perfectly acceptable to dress less formally and work within a looser structure than usual.
It’s great to be back after a refreshing break with so much to look forward to in 2016.I was fortunate enough to spend some time at the beach with my family and friends where we walked, talked and fished.