Overbearing Shepherding: Matt Chandler Apologises

The link below is to an article that takes a look at a ‘scandal’ at Village Church near Dallas in the USA. The issue involves heavy-handed pastoring and going too far with shepherding and disciplining the flock. Head pastor Matt Chandler has commented on the issue and apologised. Issue closed?

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Australian Politics: 17 November 2013 – More of the Same

The link below is to an article that takes a humorous look at the recent scandal concerning allowances in politics. It’s worth a read I think.

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Australian Politics: 12 July 2013

The Kevin Rudd juggernaut continues to gain momentum in the electorate, with the possibility of seat gains in Queensland.

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ALP Look to Pick Up Queensland Seats

The scandal that just doesn’t want to away is that surrounding Peter Slipper, with thoughts that there is more to come.

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More to Come in Slipper Scandal
Government to Pay Peter Slipper Legal Costs

There are also other issues on the political scene in Australia, including the asylum seeker merry-go-round, the National Broadband Network and more.

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Legality Issue Over Asylum Seeker policy
Mike Quigley Leaves NBN
CEO Departure Means Little for Most NBN Users

Queensland and the Gonski Reforms

Clive Palmer’s Melt Down Over Airport Body Scan

What A Beat Up

  1. There can be no doubt that both Nick D’Arcy and Kenrick Monk have been rightly punished in the past for what they have done prior to the upcoming Olympic Games in the United Kingdom. It can probably be argued that they escaped fairly lightly in fact. However, the current ‘scandal’ surrounding both swimmers because they had a photo taken with some guns in the US is nothing more than a beat up, given they did nothing wrong in doing so.

    Below are Wikipedia articles on both swimmers, as well as reports pertaining to the current ‘scandal.’

Voice of the Martyrs: Scandal and Suicide

The following link is to an article reporting on the terrible scandal and suicide of the leader of Voice of the Martyrs.

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