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Wren's Week: Freedom of speech according to Jones and Hanson

Freedom of speech has been questioned this week by two people who only believe in it when it suits ...  
Warning signs remain: AFP culture change is needed

A 2016 public apology for AFP culture demonstrated that it wasn't consistent with their values or ...  
Scott Morrison’s war plan for Kooyong

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has begun implementing plans to save the seat of Kooyong for the ...  
Frydenberg and anti-Semitism spin

It is glaringly obvious that Frydenberg is not being denied a place in Parliament because his ...  
Freedom of speech: The powerful chill of the Banerji High Court decision

History demonstrates how dangerous expecting public servants to execute the policies of the day ...  
Would having medical professionals on flights save lives?

On September 21, 2015, Les Jakielaszek, a fit and healthy 47-year-old boarded a Jetstar plane from ...  
Our politicians have become an unaccountable ruling class

Australia's Government seems to be continually working against the public and avoids penalties for ...  
Frydenberg caught out on citizenship lie

Facts are surfacing about Josh Frydenberg's mother's citizenship and the lie he tried to spin.  
Detention centre maltreatment revealed while Home Affairs avoids charges

Despite a revelation of maltreatment in detention centres, it was revealed that Home Affairs ...  
The crux of the Frydenberg case

The dual citizenship case of Josh Frydenberg deepens as questions are raised about his mother's ...  
Dutton’s dark police state creep

As details about the recent AFP media raids begin to come to light, Government accountability is ...  
Mass shootings are the new normal

In the wake of two mass shootings, Dan Jensen reflects on a time when these events weren't just ...  
The Temporary Exclusion Bill and 'career bigot' Raheem Kassam

Media editor Dr Lee Duffield considers the relevance of the Temporary Exclusion Bill in light of ...  
Trevor Poulton responds to defamation by Scott Morrison

Lawyer and Labor Party member Trevor Poulton was the victim of defamatory comments made by the ...  
DHS uses personal details to recruit patients into medical study

A recent breach of patient confidentiality by the Department of Human Services has raised legal ...  
Peter Dutton and the great Australian tourist visa scam

The abuse of power exhibited by Peter Dutton's Home Affairs Department has made a mockery of our ...  
Stuart 'Robodebt' Robert and unfunded empathy

Stuart Robert thinks Centrelink's shambolic robodebt recovery system is working well, despite at ...  
The underground railroad for abortion

In the wake of restrictive U.S. abortion laws, a new Facebook group allows women to access pills ...