AMA all over the place on Medicare, Democrats miss the old Kanye, and the hunt for Anzac day hot takes.
What's behind the Fairfax strike investigation? ... the Donald cheats at golf ... Christensen on Shorten ...
Here and abroad, there's a pattern emerging where the harshest punishments are reserved for those who expose crimes rather than those who may have committed them, writes Overland editor Jeff Sparrow.
Cardinal George Pell's lawyers pursued legal action against Twitter after comedian Catherine Deveny tweeted a photo which Pell's lawyers say "conveys ... seriously defamatory imputations".
We don’t make men believe that "strength", "pride", "empowerment" and "inspiration" require them to strip in public, so why do women continue to believe it of themselves?
We’ve seen a number of twitter “scandals” recently, all beaten up by the old media by taking it out of context, or pretending it was read by a much larger audience. Why is the context ignored? asks Jeremy Sear.
Catherine Deveny’s "comedy" show gives atheism a bad name. Atheists aren’t arrogant – they’re just smug, she claims. None more smug than her, writes Matt Smith.
Comedian Catherine Deveny has again sandbagged her former employer, The Age, claiming at a Melbourne Writers Festival event that the newspaper sacked her because they were jealous and scared of her popularity.
Catherine Deveny courts the Greens, no RSPT when it comes to mining media conflicts, The Age gets cheap and other media tidbits from around the traps.
Catherine Deveny won't let herself be defined by two tweets, as she lets loose at the Twitter scandal that got her sacked, those who get offended over free speech and why she writes for her kids.