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Some Laws that Need to be Changed (Or: The Spirit is Willing but the Law is Weak)

Bit of a diatribe today about the need for several changes to existing laws. This is a real-time account. Since some people will not read this entry until the royal commission is concluded, they will have the benefit of reading … Continue reading

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Sporting Organisations (Or: That’s Just Not Cricket, Sport)

Paedophilia in sport touches a raw nerve with many people. The Penn State Sandusky case in the US shows this graphically. For religions, it highlights a disparity with the basic principles espoused by those religions. With sport, it touches on … Continue reading

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