The Guardian pledges to be biased
The Guardian is proud of htis.
`As journalists, they should be ashamed:
In addition to providing updated guidelines on which images our editors should use to illustrate the climate emergency, we have updated our style guide to introduce terms that more accurately describe the environmental crises facing the world. Our editor-in-chief, Katharine Viner, said: “We want to ensure that we are being scientifically precise, while also communicating clearly with readers on this very important issue”. These are the guidelines provided to our journalists and editors to be used in the production of all environment coverage across the Guardian’s website and paper …
Do read it all. And remember that they’ve given up journalism for activism.
The battle for the soul of the Anglican Church is being played out in the public
This is not how debates like this should be had – it certainly doesn’t work for the conservatives in the church because the more public the fight the more voices there will be. And the LGBTIQ activists play a smarted game then crusty theologians. Here’s the latest from the man who broke the story in the SMH, Michael Koziol:
Anglican Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies has been accused of trying to force a historic split in the church over same-sex marriage as he moves to deny funds to any diocese that wavers from marriage doctrine.
Dr Davies’ speech this week calling for those who disagreed with the church’s doctrine on marriage to “please leave us” sparked a wave of criticism within the Anglican communion, which is riven by division over this and other issues.
GetUp learned nothing from the election campaign
They say they learned lessons, but that’s not true. Read the article and then watch this clip.
The arrogance is unbelievable. Here’s the truth: GetUp was flogged like a donkey on market day. They just won’t admit it:
This is not a joke
Does it look like she’s laughing?
— Julie Cooke (@DCCJulieCooke) October 16, 2019