Updating the Written Agreement: Voice, Sovereignty and a Fuller Expression Of Nationhood

Australia‚Äôs First Peoples and Nations lost their voice in their own affairs beginning 22 August 1770 continuing through to the present. On that date, an agent of the British Crown named Captain James Cook took possession of the east coast by his use of magic legalese words and a magic cloth. Through the cunning use …

Veterans, PTSD and Medicinal Cannabis

Being tapped on the shoulder to appear on breakfast radio is pretty much a compulsory reason to post a new entry, albeit due to time constraints, a brief and scattered one. I, along with the indefatigable Jason Frost from Defence Shed Wagga Wagga appeared on 702ABC Sydney’s breakfast show with Wendy Harmer and Robbie Buck …

Between an Amnesty and Adult Use

Whilst the Australian public have belatedly accepted the notion of cannabis as medicine, its ongoing status as an illegal drug is still giving rise to unjust outcomes for those unfortunate enough to fall afoul of the law during these supposed End Days for Cannabis Prohibition. Gavin* (assumed name) is a fit and healthy 18-year-old man …