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Tony Abbott spruiks Western civilisation on the world stage

Former PM Tony Abbott’s stance on migration is fueling White supremacists and white replacement ...  
Morrison flukes greatest export boom in history, but still can’t increase pensions

Despite a record three years of surging exports, Australia’s economy is the stand-out failure in ...  
Not seen, not heard: The plight of Lyme disease victims

Almost four years after a Senate Inquiry heard detailed accounts of the ongoing tragedy of Lyme ...  
Robodebt claims the life of a 19-year-old mum

Centrelink's robodebt scandal has been claiming the lives of people struggling with debt, yet our ...  
Wren's Week: The Gladys Liu scandal deepens and robodebt class action begins

As Gladys Liu's political career becomes undone, the Labor Party has taken action against the ...  
Dear quiet Australians, let’s get loud

Scott Morrison's inaction on the climate change emergency is only one of many things we should be ...  
An opportunity for an Australian "Green New Deal"

Climate change advocates should consider putting forth a plan to stimulate both the economy and ...  
Bob Birrell’s war on partner visas

The head of Australian Population Research Institute, Bob Birrell, has warned Australia's spousal ...  
10 reasons why Scott Morrison is actually a hypocrite

The Morrison Government talks about "a fair go" for all but makes a mockery of the notion of ...  
The three modern stooges: Boris, ScoMo and Trump

Reminiscent of the Yalta meeting during WWII of three great world leaders, Donald Trump, Boris ...  
Climate strike set to be a Coalition wake-up call

Despite warnings and scientific advice, our Government hasn't budged on the issue of climate ...  
VIDEO: Bloody Idiot of the Week 10 — Lies, spies and #ScoMao

Amnesia has hit the Australian Parliament once again.  
Australia follows U.S. in another spurious conflict — this time, it's Iran

Our servility to the United States is making Australia an international pariah, writes Kellie ...  
Gladys Liu, race cards and foreign influence

The race card comes in various shapes, sizes and compacted material.   
A community fix for Australia's second-rate rural broadband

Over the last decade, Australia has spent $5.5 billion on satellite and fixed wireless broadband ...  
Mathias Cormann, Minister for Financial Fudges

Several assertions repeated regularly by the Finance Minister do not stand up to scrutiny.  
History, tension and mistrust: Norfolk Island digs in

160 years ago, the descendants of the Bounty mutineers who had populated Pitcairn Island found ...  
Political need overrides national security in Gladys Liu saga

The Liberal member for Chisholm, Gladys Liu, caused concern in intelligence circles before the ...