The appeal result has drawn progressives and leftists even tighter into an embrace with a justice system they would and should be suspicious about.
Anyone attacking the trial verdict, attacking the appeal decision, or ignoring the facts is recklessly undermining the rule of law. There can be no place for it.
George Pell's verdict will stand or fall this week on the question of reasonable doubt. But what exactly does that mean in this case?
Debate continues to rage over whether coverage of the Sydney knife attack was demonising both minorities and people with a mental illness.
The government's plan to reduce violence against women rests largely on promoting gender equality. But is that really enough?
Our bullshit implied freedom of speech is a leaky band-aid over the hole where our actual human rights should be.
Victims of crime and their families need protection from true crime, as my family has found out the hard way.