The right commentariat, to their own detriment, have decided to go down swinging with Pell.
For a show that suffered from apparently fatal ratings, it sure managed to get people's attention.
Bill Shorten finally found a Daily Tele front page he likes. And other media tidbits of the day.
Gerard Henderson is, among other things, incensed that Christians are being "sneered" at on the public broadcaster.
Bruce McWilliam palling around with jailbirds ... Skye Leckie unloads on Tim Worner ... more cuts coming to public service? ...
Malcolm Turnbull says competition is quintessentially Australian -- and he's right. The kind of competition that involves lots of government handouts, that is.
Could you bear it? Guy Rundle could, just enough to finish this piece, at least.
In which Daisy Cousens recalls the time she met, among others, Andrew Bolt, "the man whose writings I devoured every day with the same voracious enthusiasm that an overweight woman would devour apple pies".