Crikey readers discuss Julian Assange, politicians avoiding Q&A, and the election of people like Mark Latham.
There is now a small but lucrative niche on our politics for angry white men to attack women. And One Nation is effectively exploiting it.
Al Jazeera's expose of One Nation's NRA designs was a masterclass in the power — and responsibility — of journalists to keep democracy transparent.
For Pauline Hanson, everything can be blamed on a conspiracy theory. In fact, paranoia is fundamental to her political existence.
For some, Gladys Berejiklian's victory over Michael Daley was a sign the electorate rejected racism. But One Nation's resurgence in NSW proves otherwise.
Most of the damage Mark Latham can do as a member of the legislative council is rhetorical.
Mark Latham is facing another defamation case after tweeting about a UNSW student incorrectly suspected of plotting a terror attack. The result could be far-reaching.
Crikey readers respond to John Howard's Iraq War legacy, the Latham-Faruqi defamation settlement and the need for a federal anti-corruption body.
The defamation action brought by Osman Faruqi has been settled, landing Mark Latham with an expected six-figure bill. Is this "lawfare", or a successful stand against "public denigration"?