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Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of six children and formerly served as an officer in the Australian Regular Army, deploying to the Middle East on three occasions. He was recognised with the United Stated Meritorious Service Medal for his service in Iraq. He strongly defends conservative family values at his blog, www.bernardgaynor.com.au Bernard is the Queensland State Secretary for Family First, founder of the Defence Force Conservative Action Network and a member of the Cherish Life Qld Inc. Executive Committee.

Author's website: Bernard Gaynor


 
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