How many times will we hear about troublesome asylum seekers and wicked people smugglers in this campaign? These labels are very familiar to the Jewish community, writes Dr June Factor.
US politicians often refer to their opponents as "Nazis" or horrible events as "a holocaust" but these just trivialise one of history's most disturbing atrocities, writes Rabbi Marvin Hier.
The publisher of airline EasyJet's inflight magazine has been forced to apologise after the mag staged a fashion photoshoot at Berlin's Holocaust memorial. Maybe red flags aren't "in" this season...
Equating climate change doubters and dissenters with mass-murdering war criminals is the mark of a moral dwarf, writes Sinclair Davidson.
Which is morally worse: Holocaust denial or climate change scepticism? It sounds like a no-brainer, but the real-life consequences of climate sceptics succeeding may far outweigh those of Holocaust denialists.
Today, VB's group manager Paul Donaldson defends the Raise a Glass Appeal for Anzac Day. And Crikey readers weigh in on everything from the Republic to the Westgate Bridge.