Michael BradleyJul 20, 201724 Comments
For Miranda Devine, there is apparently no time to waste on sentimentalities such as acknowledging that Justine Damond is tragically dead; there are political points to score, after all!
Michael BradleyJul 11, 201721 Comments
Among many other things, Magna Carta enshrined the human right to trial by one’s peers. But is this 800-year-old relic still relevant in today's wi-fi-enabled world?
Michael BradleyJun 28, 20179 Comments
Of all the seriously screwed up things that have been done to us in the name of national security, this is the very worst.
Michael BradleyJun 20, 201737 Comments
The ministers comments have damaged public faith in the only pillar of government that stands uncorrupted by our 116 years of constitutional nationhood.
Michael BradleyJun 7, 201727 Comments
There’s a lot of competition these days for the title of Politician Most Likely to Exploit Terrorism in an Appalling Manner ...
Michael BradleyJun 1, 201732 Comments
There is a stinking mess at the heart of One Nation. And whether or not it is illegal, it is very likely to be her political undoing.
Michael BradleyMay 30, 201717 Comments
Alan Tudge continues to obfuscate. But he's on increasingly shaky ground.
Michael BradleyMay 25, 201725 Comments
YOU GUYS, Muslims kill cows before they are even dead.
Michael BradleyMay 17, 201731 Comments
Institutions of American democracy assure themselves and us that their collective cross-checking power and integrity can and will survive and recover from whatever depredations Trump and his cabal wreak. Don't be so sure ...
Michael BradleyMay 12, 201736 Comments
The case of a former Jakarta governor illustrates the role that blasphemy plays at the intersection between law and state-sponsored religion.