I am not trying to suggest Hamas is right, only that the Israeli Goverment is so so wrong. Look on a map at the area of country that 1.5 million people live in. Look at the borders. Earlier this month, Attorney General William Barr wrote an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal pointing out that 20 nationwide injunctions were issued during the Obama administration, while the Trump administration already faced nearly 40. Said that nationwide injunctions, create an one way system in which the democratically accountable government must fend off case after case to put its policy into effect, while those challenging the policy need only find a single sympathetic judge. American Civil Liberties Union said in a statement that it will continue to challenge the rule.
Because of my above concerns, I decided to listen to government advice and bicycle to work. This I did for two years feeling very superior to car drivers. That is until I woke up in hospital with a broken leg. Photo: Ben RushtonBob Carr would have surrendered within an hour of the first harrumph from Alan Jones, and Kristina Keneally would have lasted only a mini second longer. Even John Howard, who had a good deal more staying power than Kevin Rudd, Julia Gillard and, we now know, Tony Abbott, would have succumbed to the clamour by early this week.O’Farrell’s lack of alacrity in marching to the united media tune was the more odd because the media was dropping dark hints that he, or his government, would not act because it was hopelessly compromised by his party’s close association with the alcohol lobbies. These, it is said, do not want anything done that would be bad for the volume of sales.The Liberal Party in NSW is hopelessly compromised by its association with the alcohol lobby, whether as manifested by party donations or by the number of party office bearers and elected representatives who have made their careers from attending to the needs of pubs and clubs.But then again, pre emptive kowtowing to Big Grog (or Big Gaming, or Big Development) is a largely bipartisan matter in NSW, with the Labor Party equally an instrument of the same lobbies.
Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractOn February 5th 2011, at the Munich Security Conference, British Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a speech in which he struck a damning blow against the future of multiculturalism in the UK. Trailing in the wake of unequivocal claims by Angela Merkel that multiculturalism had “utterly failed” in Germany and swiftly followed by similar declarations from President Sarkozy of France. David Cameron demonstrated political alignment with his fellow European leaders as he roundly denounced state multiculturalism as being a failure..