We know that when Tony Abbott doesn’t approve of something, he is not backward in coming forward about it.
He’s made no secret, for instance, of his disapproval of refugees attempting to get to Australia by boat, Aboriginal people indulging their “lifestyle choices” in remote communities and women who access more than one maternity leave entitlement.
and in the penalty area, fifa shoots crookedly.. the ball kicks back ! the sponsors don't like it! what a fantastic own goal !
Uefa reacted to the latest events by saying they were "a disaster for Fifa and tarnish the image of football as a whole".
It said corruption was deeply rooted in Fifa's culture.
The European body said Friday's congress risked becoming a "farce" and that the vote should be postponed.
One can read, behind a Washington Post pay wall, an article published on the 26th of May 2015 by Kathleen Parker about William Kristol's self-loathing attack on baby boomers.
in the race to the bottom of presidential election: it's only money while the FOX wants no more than 10 chooks...
an amateur comedy night from a sighing non-economist sausage-maker with a sorry finger in the pie...
One couldn't help but admire an unusual gambit by the man in charge of the nation's economy, when asked about conflicting messages on super and pensions: "I'm not a financial advisor". It was a confession that rather invited its own punchlines so we won't bother listing them all here, but perhaps more surprising was the repeated utterance of the most scarce word in the political dictionary: "Sorry."
It would be good, one day, to have radio announcers not to say "We all do this" or "We don't listen". This gets my feathers bristling. Sure some "people may not do this" and some "people may do this" or are stupid. But the generalisation tends to tell us we're all morons and we'd better listen.
And one who sometimes does this annoying generalisation caper is a certain Natasha Mitchell on Life Matters, ABC Radio national.
... friends confirm the likely GOP presidential candidate has lost 30 pounds since December, reports Michael Barbaro in The New York Times.
Families with children on the lowest incomes will bear the brunt of the federal government's budget cuts, while high income families will actually see their disposable incomes increase slightly over the next four years.
a CIA conspiracy, a presidential hopeful bigot and an arkeologist impersonating indiana jones... The future is in good hands...
Last year, Moskoff, who describes himself as a "Jewish Indiana Jones," published a nonfiction book, also called The A.R.K. Report, chronicling his search for this legendary artifact, and he got a boost from a higher power of a different sort—former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who is now a Republican presidential candidate.