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Immigration in Australia: Where is the compassion?

In the news over the last 24 hours is a new immigration story that Scott Morrison, Australia’s Immigration Minister is refusing to discuss.  At the heart of this story is the issue of compassion and rational thinking. Yet, as we are all coming to expect from the Australian government’s handling of immigration matters, neither compassion … Continue reading Immigration in Australia: Where is the compassion?

Bus crash in Italy tops the headlines this morning – Monday 29 July

The number killed in the Italian bus crash in the last 24 hours is growing. Bodies have been laid on the road in white cloth as injured are pulled from the bus and multi-vehicle wreckage. Tour Bus Fatal Crash – Italy Most news organizations have the dead confirmed up to 38 people with the majority … Continue reading Bus crash in Italy tops the headlines this morning – Monday 29 July

Would It Be Immoral To Eject Ann Coulter Into Outer Space?

A friend of mine remarked on Facebook today that if Ann Coulter killed somebody, we could just give her a ‘hot shot’ and be done with it.  I try and meditate on compassion; I’m not for the death penalty, and I’m not proud of any of my inclinations towards doling out pain and suffering towards … Continue reading Would It Be Immoral To Eject Ann Coulter Into Outer Space?