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Open letter to Ms Gillian Triggs, president of the Australian Human Rights Commission

In response to Right to freedom of speech cannot breach employment contract at http://www.theage.com.au/comment/right-to-freedom-of-speech-cannot-breach-employment-contract-20150430-1mwn9f.html Dear Ms Triggs I write in response to your article which was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 1 May 2015. As President of our … Continue reading

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Twitter—The heart-beat of our democratic process

    Twitter has changed. From its inception when our now Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull tweeted about eating ice-cream at Double Bay, Twitter has evolved to be a platform for public comment—truly an instrument of the implied freedom of political communication, … Continue reading

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Gas-lighting, the condition-precedent to violence

I am so very glad to hear that Rosie Batty has been nominated Australian of the Year for her work on raising awareness of violence in our community, and I offer her my sincerest congratulations. In my work as a … Continue reading

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Freedom of Political Communication in a Democracy

I have been wondering, as I have been reading Twitter replies and retweets this evening, whether the difficulty I experienced when attempting to file an “Application for order to show cause” with the accompanying affidavit, my attempt being denied on grounds of … Continue reading

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