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The seeds of intolerance were sown long before the Christchurch massacre

The seeds of intolerance and vilification toward Muslims were sown long ago and reaped a vile ...  
Christchurch and Muslim versus non-Muslim terrorism

That Australian white supremacist terrorists appear to have been involved in 50 innocent deaths in ...  
VIDEO: Bloody Idiot of the Week — Episode 04: The Reynolds' defence

It's Bloody Idiot time again and this week offers a stunning array of contenders.  
Morrison's expedient condemnation of Christchurch terror attack

That Morrison now describes Muslims he has spent eight years destroying as our “family” should ...  
A light amid the perils of climate change: Greta Thunberg

She’s just turned 16 and is already a world leader with more statesperson-like qualities, ...  
America's cut to aid in Palestine promises greater regional instability

At the moment, the Palestinian people need global support. Cutting funding is not the answer to ...  
One week of warfare, yet Brexit unresolved

The British Parliament has ended a week of important votes on leaving Europe with the battle ...  
AAT immigration rulings suggest extreme Coalition bias

While a murderer was granted a visa back into the country by the L-NP's handpicked AAT, Nauroze ...  
Wren's week: ScoMo's moronic logic, needless Nationals and climate change kids

In this week's column, John Wren takes a look at more Liberal blunders, the unraveling of the ...  
Coalition doubles all debt since the 1850s and the craven media says nothing

The Coalition has doubled debt from all governments in Australian history. Alan Austin looks at ...  
The women who protect our water

While the Government fails to act on the worsening Murray-Darling crisis, some powerful female ...  
The National Disability Insurance Scheme needs a closer look

With the election looming, now is a good time to examine how the NDIS is being managed by the ...  
Brexit: Is there an end in sight?

This week began with the announcement of a fresh Brexit deal — to cement the main “deal” ...  
JOHN MENADUE: Coalition spin versus the facts on boat arrivals

Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison did not "stop the boats". John Menadue summarises how the boats wer ...  
How important is cybersecurity? Do we overestimate the dangers?

As digital technology use increases, so do the negative aspects of its use.  
Morrison Government takes fearmongering to another level

It was just another week of lies from the Morrison Government.  
A day of celebration: The Human Rights Act

The passage of the Human Rights Act strengthens democracy and the accountability of governments. ...