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Why do these creatures, which are masters of living in a totally aquatic environment, enter an inhospitable land environment where inevitably some, if not all,...
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Whether it be due to hubris, courage or vanity, South Australian senator Cory Bernardi has decided to forsake the Liberal Party under whose auspices his political...
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Executive orders have the power to be socially transformative in US politics.
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"A version of Australian history where each new group that arrives in Australia simply 'joins the party' is simply something I just can't swallow."
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