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President Donald Trump falsely claiming victory on election night 2020 (Image: AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump’s attempted coup draws a clear line: support democracy or don’t

For some Trump supporters here in Australia, democracy seems to be an optional extra that shouldn't be allowed to get in the way of the outcome they want.

US protests following the police killing of George Floyd (Image: Sipa USA/Anthony Behar)

Faced with a progressive wave, the Oz falls into self-delusion

In attempting to address Black Lives Matter, the Oz's Paul Kelly is obsessed with the notion that the elite have distorted the 'natural' liberal state of the West. His most desperate ploy is to not acknowledge that the West's history is not liberal at all.

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Law and border

Good morning, early birds. Paul Kelly has declared that he sees no medical reason to maintain border shutdowns, and Angus Taylor has released the government's 30 year Technology Investment Roadmap. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Drama, drama everywhere

A staffer for Scott Morrison has publicly apologised for sending an advanced digital copy of Malcolm Turnbull’s new book to 59 friends and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been ordered to develop a mandatory code of conduct between tech giants such as Facebook and Google and news media companies.

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The new News Corp aristocracy

News Corp's ranks are so stuffed with the children of existing and former journalists as to resemble a stately home on Christmas Eve.

Australia is waiting for Andrew Bolt and Paul Kelly’s apology

News Corp's anti-royal commission cheer squad should take a look in the mirror, Julie Bishop and Latika Bourke's tattered friendship, and the ABC has some trouble passing.

Kelly bloviates on super, to the enlightenment of none

For evidence of why you shouldn't let political ideologues comment on complex policy issues, look no further than Paul Kelly struggling, and failing, to analyse the Productivity Commission's superannuation report.

Interminable right-wing 'influencer' Milo Yiannopoulos.

It’s not that Barnaby is a hypocrite. It’s that conservatism itself is in crisis.

In their disregard of a child on the way from the Barnaby affair, the right is stepping into the territory of post-Woodstock 1970s era cultural nihilism, which even progressives pulled back from eventually.

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