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Brexit and now The Donald -- how wrong can you be?
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'This is a moment for graciousness, not fractiousness.'
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Stronger donations laws won't fix everything but they would be an excellent start towards cleaning up our democracy, and to ensuring that political parties are beholden to the public rather than rich patrons.
The controversial billionaire actually wrote this in 2009.
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Backpackers clean the buildings where you work and shop. They live in your neighbourhood, and your job may have been created by them. They could become your neighbours and co-workers in the long run. Is it then morally justifiable to treat them differently because they cannot vote?
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Every week, The WorldPost asks an expert to shed light on a topic driving headlines around the world. This week, we speak with analyst Cedric Barnes about the international fight against the Somali Is...
Although its membership still stands at over half a million, a drop of almost 10 percent is no small matter. If these trends continue, the union movement will be a relic by 2026.
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The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its "decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia." Kaci Kullmann Five, chair of the...
More Labor voters prefer Malcolm Turnbull as prime minister to their own party leader Bill Shorten, a snap Roy Morgan poll has found. The newly appointed prime minister was given the expected polling...