Interview me live, says Palmer ... noose not related to suicide, says Marriage Alliance ... Lyle Shelton goes Godwin ...
Publication of the Panama Papers has brought the defenders of tax avoidance to some you-beaut Godwinning.
The Australian has reacted to this whole Julia Posetti defamation saga like an angry blogger, with ridiculous slurs, contradictions and a touch of Godwin's Law. Problem is, it's our national newspaper, laments John Quiggin.
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.
Proving that any stupid argument will inevitably descend into Hitler comparisons, Fox News' Glenn Beck has likened the Obama White House's treatment of Fox News to the Nazi persecution of Jews.
Crikey readers continue to weigh in on Steve Fielding's spelling issues and whether Godwin's Law will bring down vile Kyle Sandilands.
Playing the Nazi card has become the standard political cheap shot. Politicians don't have another significant political ideology or event against which to compare their morality, writes Brendan O'Neill.
Europeans are on average healthier, happier and more financially secure than Americans. So, why are the Yanks so terrified of turning Euro? asks Michael Freedman.