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Changing the rules ... Citizens United has transformed the landscape of campaign finance in the USA ... How the US trashed its prisoner-of-war obligations and clung onto Guantanamo Bay ... Rupturing the Geneva Conventions ... Impunity for the Pentagon under loose standards ... Roger Fitch files from Washington ... Read more ... 



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    "This is the last feather with which some of the crossbench are seeking to fly to vote against the Australian Building and Construction Commission legislation and my view was that last feather should be plucked out, then they would have no feathers to fly with at all and they would be duty-bound to support the ABCC legislation." 

    Opposition senator Eric Abetz on whether crossbench senators should be given access to the secret volume of the report of the trade union royal commission. Australian Financial Review, January 19, 2016 ... READ MORE >>


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    Jane Sanders ... From poolside in Penang Jane Sanders pays tribute to her hairdresser ... The principal solicitor at Sydney's Shopfront youth legal centre climbs onto the couch to talk about her regrets and triumphs ... Read more ... 



     

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