64. THE LAST POST

Time has caught up with me.  My vision has been deteriorating over the last few years and now I struggle…
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63. ON THE SILLINESS OF THE MORRISON GOVERNMENT

Plugging for hydro-energy is about the only sensible thing the Morrison Government has done.  It has let us down on…
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62. ON THE PANDEMIC

I have deliberately avoided discussing matters concerning the pandemic to date.  It is such a contentious issue in Australia, with…
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61. COME IN, SPINNER

On Anzac Day we commemorate those who gave and are giving their lives in service to our nation. In actual…
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60. REPRIEVE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Perhaps I am writing too soon, but I heaved a sigh of relief when justice was done and seen to…
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59. TECHNOLOGY, NOT TAXATION

A glorious new day has dawned for Australia. Hydrogen has been ear-marked to save the day for Climate Change. There…
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58. A FEW WORDS OF GUIDANCE

There is a Federal election coming up.  This is your big moment, Australians.   Those of you who are following my…
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57. TELLING IT LIKE IT IS

By now, if you have been following my blogs, you will note that I have begun pulling no punches.  I…
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56. LEST WE FORGET

At last our esteemed leader, Scott Morrison, has bowed to common-sense and decency and allowed some honour to our veterans…
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55. A CALL TO AUSTRALIA’S YOUTH

You young folk are the leaders of the future.  How many of you feel equipped to lead?  I don’t mean…
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54. AGE OF AQUARIUS

Having claimed prescience, I should enlarge on my claim. I do not know why or how my alter ego, Peggy,…
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53. AUSTRALIA AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS

It seems I am the only one with a crystal ball. We will not return to large-scale international trade and…
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