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October 23rd, 2013 | Bernardi Bulletin

Blogroll The cheat sheet for reinventing yourself –  James Altucher Dysfunctional churches mean dysfunctional societies – Bill Muehlenberg Humpty Dumpty and ‘gay marriage’ – Lyle Dunne Why greenies only make me see red – Miranda Devine On this Day 1976 – Victoria, South Australia and Sydney witnessed a total solar […]

October 23rd, 2013 | Cory's Comment

This morning I made a decision that I have been wrestling with for a few weeks. After five years of weekly commentary I am going to take a break from my regular blog. The reasons are myriad but essentially it boils down to a need to focus on other projects […]

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October 17th, 2013 | Things that make you go 'hmm...'

In the wake of the Labor leadership showdown the factions have shown they are still alive and well by flexing their muscles. No one even got appointed on merit or experience – evidenced by the fact they’ve appointed the ALP front bench without even allocating them portfolio responsibilities yet! Meanwhile, […]

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October 16th, 2013 | Cory's Comment

Apart from a recount in Western Australia, the new Senate has been confirmed and will commence in July 2014. To say there will be a ‘new look’ to the Senate benches is somewhat of an understatement. Some would say there has been radical reform. This conclusion stems from the expansion […]

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October 10th, 2013 | Things that make you go 'hmm...'

The US government ‘shut down’ has continued this week. Unusually, there are some things that the government still funds, like paying people to close down privately funded parks and building new websites to say the old websites aren’t active at the moment. Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse […]

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October 3rd, 2013 | Things that make you go 'hmm...'

One of the big headlines this week has been the deadlock in the US Congress that has led to a partial government ‘shut down’. Some Americans have thumbed their noses at the closures and this American paper recalls when Australia was in a similar situation (but with a much better […]

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