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    "A rather important issue - this question of multiculturalism. Thirty years ago, I was anxious about the impact on Australia of people from very diverse cultures. But then when I was running the group Australians for Constitutional Monarchy, I found to my surprise, and ultimately great satisfaction, that there were many, many people, of very diverse cultural backgrounds, who supported the monarchy in Australia very strongly. It was one of the reasons why they'd come to Australia: the stability, the continuity, the settled government that the monarchy in our country symbolises. And that led me to an even stronger conclusion: that the vast majority of migrants are coming here to join us, not to change us." 

    Former PM Tony Abbott explaining why he likes multiculturalism - because migrants support the Queen. The Spectator, December 19, 2019 ... Read more flatulence ... 

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    Circus Court's procedural snafu

    Justice Debra Mortimer goes to town on "certain Federal Circuit Court judges" who make it a "common practice" to deliver written reasons after the appeal time has expired ... Canine court "interactions" ... Tasmanian briefs lured by the idea that life will be better if the royal trinket is reinstated ... Theodora reports 

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    Morrison, God and Climate

    Government makes climate change noises, but no pressing need for a more urgent policy setting ... Fools paradise persists ... God will show the way as science takes the backseat ... Miracles galore ... Inspiration from Trump ... The editorial team comments  

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    Courting climate intervention

    Can and should the courts intervene on climate policy? ... Gloucester Resources and the "first wave" of climate litigation ... Judicial delicacy about putting a toe on the legislative patch ... European Human Rights Convention applied in upholding government's duty for a stronger mitigation effort ... Intergenerational equity ... Nathan Twibill reports 

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    Impeachment and other crimes

    What about all the other impeachable offences? ... No immunity for impeachment crimes ... Trump remains unchastened ... Fair elections cauterised by the Supreme Court ... War criminals to the rescue ... Judgeships for ideologues and party hacks ... From Roger Fitch in Washington

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    What is it about the Murdoch media and climate? ... Riding the tiger of denialism ... Margaret Thatcher, with her Oxford science degree, saw the problem ... Ruination of our rivers, air, crops, stock and reef ... The political power of coal and zero tax ... Doc Evatt showed how political courage worked ... Procrustes explains 

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