Aug 26, 20164 Comments
Forget Scott Morrison's taxed and taxed-nots -- his big problem this week was some shocking results from two of the country's biggest companies, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
Guy RundleAug 26, 201611 Comments
The Coles-Shoppies deal exposes the worst thing about the union movement -- and how a union for the workers has become an instrument of the bosses.
Bernard KeaneAug 26, 20167 Comments
This week brought an egregious attack on free speech as the AFP entered Parliament House to pursue a whistleblower. Where were the 18C crowd who claim free speech is so important?
Michael SainsburyAug 26, 20163 Comments
Julie Bishop is trying to claw back foreign policy from the security agencies.
William BoweAug 26, 20161 Comment
In the bush and in the city, Labor looks set to dominate the Country Liberal Party at the Northern Territory election tomorrow.
Bernard KeaneAug 25, 20162 Comments
In a fillip for parliamentary oversight of security, the most experienced member of the Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security will remain, upping the pressure for further reform of the oversight system.
Bernard KeaneAug 25, 201618 Comments
Supporters of liberal economics need to muscle up to populists, but the Right is too confused and divided to strike back against economic nationalists and interventionists.
Helen RazerAug 25, 201621 Comments
The current infatuation with free speech has very little to do with political belief, and everything to do with protecting the interests of the knowledge class.
Alex MitchellAug 25, 20165 Comments
A mysterious report on NSW's process of compulsory acquisition could trigger a furious response from developers, investors and opportunist landholders who dream of making a killing.
Aug 25, 201619 Comments
Which Pink Lady is Pauline Hanson? Senator Derryn Hinch gives a behind-the-scenes look at life as a new member of our nation's Parliament.