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Monthly Archives: August 2012
I’ve always been fascinated by great arcs of time as represented by successive generations. When I was in my late teens, for example, I met an ANZAC veteran who told me proudly of being awarded a medal by Lord Birdwood … Continue reading
The Romney campaign’s selection of Congressman Paul Ryan as candidate for nomination for Vice-President will not help the ticket; in fact, it could well do the opposite. There is nothing devious about Mr Ryan. Will that quality damage the cause?
Reform of the House of Lords may look like an inessential matter now, but we will live to regret we did not handle it properly, as a constitutional issue needing careful resolution, when we had such a good opportunity to … Continue reading