Bernard Keane November 7, 2017 11 Comments
There's a well-demonstrated connection between domestic violence, terrorism and mass shootings -- one the government refuses to accept.
Bernard Keane October 9, 2017 17 Comments
When governments use words like "terrorism" and "security", the scrutiny that should be applied to them switches off, allowing them to get away with far more than they otherwise could.
Crikey October 6, 2017 3 Comments
Parliamentarian's book choices revealed ... Shorten joins the commercial radio cringe festival ... Scott Ryan is back ...
Bernard Keane October 4, 2017 27 Comments
Our politicians are now ever-ready to pull the trigger on tougher counter-terrorism laws, and not just once but over and over. Strange that they don't apply that in areas clearly connected to terrorism.
Crikey September 7, 2017 3 Comments
Is Fred Nile's chief of staff tweeting alt-right propaganda? ... Brandis goes silent ... kids these days ...
Ben Eltham September 6, 2017 2 Comments
A new arts lobby group will crunch cultural spending by federal electorate, and use focus groups to hone a pro-culture message, reports Ben Eltham. But will it work?
Crikey September 4, 2017 8 Comments
Leaking against George Brandis ... Fred Nile's new chief of staff not a fan of women in politics ... GetUp targets No campaign doctor ...
Michael Bradley September 1, 2017 26 Comments
Peter Dutton has sent an unequivocal signal that he holds the human rights of asylum seekers to be non-existent, insignificant or, at best, an inconvenience. Which might turn out to be bad news for his own department.
Emily Watkins August 18, 2017 22 Comments
No one was talking about banning the burqa yesterday morning. Now everyone is.