When producers at Channel Nine invited Senator Hanson to speak about the lockdown of public housing blocks in Melbourne, they knew exactly what they were doing.
The Daily Telegraph's recklessness in reporting on Geoffrey Rush has caused incalculable harm.
The suggestion Dyson Heydon's reputation has been shattered is correct — he has been found, following a due and fair process, to have done things that deserve exactly that result.
The institutions of society reckon that men like Dyson Heydon would never be so 'stupid' as to abuse their power. But they are.
The Catholic Church has an asset base estimated to be worth more than $30 billion in Australia alone. Even if it's legal for them to access JobKeeper, how is it ethical?
The US president and his conservative base will be crushed by this decision, which shows that civil rights law has teeth, and that those teeth bite hard.
Increasing video evidence hasn't stopped police brutality, but it's getting much harder to ignore.
The fight over statues of historic racists and colonisers is far more nuanced than politicians can seemingly grasp.
The truth is harder to hide now, and police need to adapt to the new reality that their decisions and actions will be exposed.