Labor has rejected real change in favour of symbols and gimmicks. But the crucial art to this schtick is knowing what you can get away with.
Don’t be fooled by the ultra-Aussie rhetoric: the Coalition's actions show contempt for Australia’s most beloved institutions and national symbols.
Who will not wear the lapel pin?! Scott Morrison remembers to remind colleagues to remember how he reminds himself to remember whose side he is on. Thoughts, Dr Freud?
Progressives love to take shame in and disengagement from their own nation as both a necessary and sufficient political act. It isn't.
We can learn a lot from Pauline Hanson, writes comedian and aspiring proud father Ben Pobjie.
Tony Abbott claims "a lot of people" think the ABC is biased and anti-Australian. Is there any evidence to support the claim? We fact-check the Prime Minister.
In the old days, Australia Day meant something: the end of the summer holiday period, celebrated with a long weekend. Would it really be contrary to our national character to try to return it to that?
When did the official costume of Australia Day become an Australia flag cape and a "We grew here, you flew here" singlet? asks Marieke Hardy.