Category Archives: Democracy and Justice

Feeding the Flock: The Real Reason for the 1/6 Committee

Pulitzer winning journalist GLENN GREENWALD has published a lengthy expose that shows in great detail the unconstitutionality of the 1/6 Committee of the US Congress. The final section of his essay (below) is a profound insight into what he says … Continue reading

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People who enable monster regimes – like Judge Germain of Alberta

  If you ever wondered how monster regimes like Nazi Germany or Mao’s China were possible, a bizarre order by a Canadian judge provides the answer; some people’s innate authoritarianism, drawn out by Covid restrictions. In a bizarre, 40-minute rant, … Continue reading

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Judicial Impartiality – needs work, report shows

Andrew L. Urban. The majority of Australians (82%) don’t trust judges’ impartiality, according to the Menzies Research Centre’s (MRC) submission on Judicial Impartiality to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC), which was tasked with examining the subject by former Attorney … Continue reading

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Truth, justice, guilt – and war

PETER VERSI reflects on some of the most fundamental aspects of the human condition – truth, justice, how war bends both – through his own life experiences. Guilt by accusation is not truth; truth is not always comfortable. I have … Continue reading

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Poland to outlaw Big Tech’s ideological censorship

New laws proposed by Poland could implement massive fines for tech giants who censor users or remove posts for ideological reasons, according to the country’s Deputy Minister of Justice Sebastian Kaleta, the architect of the new law.  Kaleta said on Fox News … Continue reading

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Public register would expose wrongfully convicted

As controversial as this view may be, I urge great caution in lobbying for the currently proposed national public – public! – register of convicted child sex offenders – whom I abhor as much as everyone. We should be deeply … Continue reading

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Not all abortions are equal

Andrew L. Urban Legal, safe and rare … or never, never, never? Abortion is and always has been a divisive issue largely because it is posited in absolutist terms. The subject – ever current – is always over-heated and always … Continue reading

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Peter Ridd defeats the climate inquisition dragon

Andrew L. Urban. Universities going rogue on freedom of speech are on notice, in the wake of the April 17, 2019 judgement by Salvatore Vasta in favour of Professor Peter Ridd, who urged greater scrutiny of scientific reporting on the … Continue reading

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Justice Party’s public register “would be outrageous”

Andrew L. Urban. In the wake of the Victorian State election on November 24, 2018, Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party (probably with four shiny Upper House seats) will seek to make public on a website the register of sexual offenders currently … Continue reading

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Lloyd Rayney & how tunnel vision blinds police

By Andrew L. Urban The WA police defamed an innocent man by publicly naming him soon after starting their investigation as the only suspect in his wife’s murder. He was eventually (three years later) charged, tried and acquitted. Twice. He … Continue reading

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