It looks as if the government is in a bit of hot water thanks to Barnaby Joyce. If you listen to Barnaby explain it, the problem was and is not him but ‘Labor, Labor, Labor, Labor, Labor. ‘
Articles from En Passant
At first I thought all the hallelujahs were for the risen Christ. Not so. I mistook the relief people felt for the election campaigns going quiet for the joy of Christians celebrating the resurrection of their Lord and Saviour.
In the secular but not really secular society that is Australia it is an easy mistake to make. A few days without Scommo and Shorten has been blessed relief.
It has been five days since Scott Morrison called the election. Already I feel underwhelmed.
[My apologies for the formatting, but transferring material from a file to this new WordPress seems to produce very odd results.]
Whose Broken Is This ? CD and Book launch review by Leanne Wicks published poet, artist and historian.
“Through the bookcase door of Beyond Q on Saturday 30th March flourished a provoking fusion of poetry and music. Canberra poet, John Passant and Mallacoota duo Jim Horvath and Milena Cifali aka ‘The Awesome’, launched their book and CD Whose Broken is This?
A powerful collaboration of poetry and music by two of Australia’s creative forces, John Passant and Milena Cifali .
Back by popular demand. Performed by The Awesome with guest DJ Gosper and others.
Smith’s Alternative Sat 27 April 4-6 p.m. 76 Alinga Street Civic in Canberra.
Tickets $25 from Smiths website.
Dear Readers, this is a copy of the letter I sent to the A.C.T Human Rights Commission about Facebook censoring me and one of my posts.
To: The Human Rights Commission
Dear Dr Watchirs and
On Monday 11 March
2019 Facebook advised me, and I quote: