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Hong Kong champion 'blitzchung' deserves #takeaknee moment

Michael Williams discusses the ramifications of Blizzard's suspension on Hong Kong pro gamer for ...  
Madness over secondary boycotts: The Morrison cult of productivity

Scott Morrison wants to crack down on protesters who meddle with businesses supporting the fossil ...  
The climate denialist IPA and its 'public interest' charity status

Since the IPA and CIS organisations argue against the scientific consensus on the climate change ...  
Democracy, people-power and the rise of the smart city

A recent event addressed the fact that the world's liberal democracies are faltering.  
'We’re fed up and we will not obey you': Rebellion strikes cities across the world

Street demonstrations have flared up in cities around the world with hallmarks of being one world ...  
The Morrison Government treats Australians like children

Our country's leaders are acting like overprotective parents with extreme security measures and ...  
Election review: There is no light on the hill for Labor

The ALP’s review of its 2019 Election loss falls short of providing any real political answers ...  
Protesting and boycotting the Morrison Government way

Ahead of the Coalition's signalled changes to protests, boycotts and freedom of speech, executive ...  
The whistleblower that stopped the nation

On Cup Day, let's drink to ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle, without whom we may not be able to ...  
Dutton's facial recognition next step in burgeoning surveillance state

There appears to be no respect for privacy or transparency in the Morrison Government's proposed ...  
A meeting with Armando Vargas, Costa Rican Ambassador

Michael Bayliss recently had the pleasure of interviewing Costa Rican Ambassador Armando Vargas ...  
The Morrison Government is stupid and cruel, but I’m not giving in to it

The government in charge of our nation has been keeping us in line through corruption, greed and ...  
Blacking out your Right to Know

On Monday, Australia’s major newspapers decided to stylistically blank out their front pages. It ...  
The rise of the rightwing authoritarians

What explains this tidal wave of authoritarians taking over supposedly mature secular democracies? ...  
Institutional corruption is keeping the coal fires burning

Corruption at a Government level is preventing the switch to clean energy and the demise of the ...  
Wren's Week: Extinction Rebellion rises up and Scott Cam's new appointment

The public is continuing to make the Coalition wake up to climate change, while The Block's Scott ...  
Australia's Right-wing stranglehold over public interest journalism

Fair and unbiased reporting is disappearing in Australia as the Coalition Government and Murdoch ...  
When the Queen's birthday isn't even a birthday, it's time to move on

The lack of any public activity around the Queen’s Birthday shows how the concept of monarchy is ...  

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