The government's desire to stifle union dissent is once again on full display.
Scott Morrison's use of the term "ritual sex abuse" — a term associated with the extremist QAnon conspiracy movement — appears to run counter to advice given to him by survivors and government-appointed experts.
Crikey readers discuss the government's latest assault on industry super — this time in the form of Liberal MP Tim Wilson and the House of Reps economic committee. Elsewhere, readers go in on the IPA, and discuss empathy amongst the executive.
Australia's biggest "commies" aren't raving greenies, but rather the freedom-loving right, like the bright boys and girls at the IPA.
The government is paying big bucks to learn about empathy. And the people they're paying have very interesting resumes.
Scott Morrison thinks politicians should stop making 'provocative comments'. Yet he doesn't seem to have any problem making them himself.
While Scott Morrison attacks "unaccountable internationalist bureaucracies", Josh Frydenberg lauds international institutions. Is Australia multilateralist or not?
A failure of political leadership and of political reporting threatens to wreck Australia.
Despite what politicians say, now is precisely the time to talk about the link between bushfires, drought and climate change. Anything less is recklessness and corruption that kills Australians.
Labor's long-awaited review into its 2019 election defeat is a masterclass of how not to run a campaign, revealing a seemingly impossible level of disorganisation behind the scenes. But hey, it looks nice.