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Such an inner illumination of processes was never the intention of the US Supreme Court. For over two centuries, it had not seen the like of this.
by Binoy Kampmark - 9/05/2022 - 4 comments
The perennial issue of using discretionary grant programs in an attempt to win seats has a long history.
by Rosie Williams - 4/05/2022 - 2 comments
If we can issue 160,000 skilled migrant and family visas a year, in addition to temporary visas, we can take in more refugees.
by David Hale - 4/05/2022 - 31 comments
The war in Ukraine has highlighted the unbearable stench of corruption that prevails in Putin's Russia and around the world.
by Guy Hallowes - 2/05/2022 - 10 comments
With all the hollering and scolding of Russian barbarity in Ukraine and Chinese viciousness against the Uighur populace, one could be forgiven for thinking that Australia's politicians were presiding from the summit of human rights superiority.
by Binoy Kampmark - 13/04/2022 - 4 comments
All governments might be concerned what a royal commission might expose given their past record.
by Scott Prasser - 11/04/2022 - 8 comments
Could Australian governments be laying the foundation for a repressive ruler?
by Brian Martin - 28/03/2022 - 14 comments
Specifically, the authors ruminate on the Prime Minister’s performance in several key areas, including freedom of speech and the rule of law, religious freedom, discrimination and affirmative action issues, and management of the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Gabriel Moens - 24/03/2022 - 5 comments
To a parliament-employed workplace trainer (are politicians trainable animals?), Kitching also complained of bullying.
by Binoy Kampmark - 21/03/2022 - 2 comments
All great discoveries begin as blasphemies, which are resisted by those with something to lose.
by Steven Schwartz - 17/03/2022 - 5 comments
As is evident by the research conducted by Lucetta Thomas and the Panorama program women are rarely prosecuted and generally escape custodial sentences.
by Phillip Hickox - 24/02/2022 - 5 comments
Now they've come for Joe Rogan, and maybe that matters more because he's kind of the average Joe – neither freak nor Republican – but will we do anything?
by Graham Young - 16/02/2022 - 19 comments


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