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.
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.
The No campaign likes to portray itself as the enemy of the elites. Have a look at their backgrounds: they're all elites themselves.
The media hall of shame is now giving out same-sex marriage plebiscite showbags: On the Monthly blog, Sean Kelly says that non LGBT people should stop making comments on the Yes case’s piss-poor strateg-, sorry, on the Yes case’s strategy. If the Yes vote loses, it won’t be anything to do with strategy, it will […]
Once again the Oz has run commentary without appropriately distinguishing it from news.
Is Donald Trump a bully? Is Malcolm Turnbull a coward? Or should we not have refugees on Nauru and Manus Island to begin with? It all depends on your point of view, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.