Bernard Keane November 14, 2017 43 Comments
Federal politics is now so chaotic it may be time to think about writing off the 45th parliament altogether.
Bernard Keane November 9, 2017 17 Comments
The possible consequences of the citizenship debacle now encompass an early election and, therefore, leadership options for the government. Malcolm Turnbull must be tearing his hair out.
Bernard Keane November 7, 2017 48 Comments
The Prime Minister's judgment deserted him on the citizenship issue -- a problem not helped by his tendency to paint himself into corners with his own rhetoric.
Christopher Warren November 6, 2017 33 Comments
The hysteria over section 44 among journalists and politicians is the farce of the revival of nativism that has shaped so much of media and political discourse.
Bernard Keane November 3, 2017 64 Comments
The actions of Stephen Parry betray something deeply wrong within the Turnbull government -- but the PM is too weak to take action.
Bernard Keane November 1, 2017 22 Comments
Stephen Parry may or may not be British, but there's no denying that he's definitely a fool.
Bernard Keane October 31, 2017 22 Comments
Barnaby Joyce was the first foreigner to sit on the National Security Committee. Should our risk-averse security establishment be worried?
Bernard Keane October 30, 2017 32 Comments
The government's killing-off of Indigenous recognition may yet prove an even worse problem than the citizenship decision last week.
Bernard Keane September 29, 2017 10 Comments
Confused about who's to blame for what in the citizenship saga? Crikey has your back.
Bernard Keane September 22, 2017 41 Comments
The debacle of Malcolm Roberts' appearance before the High Court yesterday summed up the political cancer that is One Nation.