Politics
ANALYSIS: Morrison's love of Murdoch has left ABC in the dust

Scott Morrison has shown an aversion to appearing in ABC interviews, preferring to be represented ...  
Independents could usher in new democratic era, starting with Wentworth

Polls are showing a triumph within reach for Allegra Spender as the popularity of Independent ...  
FIN is the real deal in fight for anti-corruption commission

While many parties promise a federal ICAC, FIN is the only party truly committed to eradicating ...  
AUDIO: David Donovan interview on Morrison's Pentecostal politics

IA founder David Donovan was interviewed by David Barr about the lack of secularism in Australian ...  
Scott Morrison promises change as he continues to bulldoze us

Scott Morrison has promised change if re-elected after bulldozing Australia to ruin over the last ...  
Federal ICAC must investigate Timor-Leste spying scandal

Law reform and investigations into cases such as the Timor-Leste spy scandal are long overdue.  
'Bulldozer' Morrison: Can he fix it? No, he can't!

Is Scott Morrison so delusional, so out of touch with reality, that he actually believes some of ...  
Somehow, immigration made us older in 2019

Rather than immigration slowing the rate of population ageing, in 2019, the rate was accelerate ...  
Media framing of wage rises shows deep ideological bias

The news media’s framing of debates about wage rises reveals subtle yet powerful class bias is ...  
Government needs a strategic vision for arts and culture

With a possible change in government on the way, it's time to focus on the importance of arts ...  
Scott Morrison has ten key election messages — nine are not true

In his pitch for re-election, Scott Morrison is hammering several talking points that the facts ...  
Independents may be our only shot at helping the environment

Our governments should be ashamed of decades of neglect in scaling back carbon and methane ...  
Morrison's 'economic' trash-talking is out of order

Scott Morrison’s attack on Anthony Albanese, claiming the necessity of “economic" credentia ...  
Claims that minimum wage rise risks 'runaway' inflation bogus

The war over wages has become central to public debate in the lead-up to the Federal Election ...  
Coalition runs away from federal ICAC as calls hit fever pitch

The establishment of a federal anti-corruption commission is shaping up to be a key election ...  
If elected, Labor must reinvigorate the Australian Human Rights Commission

Various reforms to the Australian Human Rights Commission are required to better protect and ...  
James Ashby could face being $4.5 million in debt to the Government

With the following words, it seems kismet and James Ashby might finally have met.  
Victorian Socialists — the invisible campaign

An independent Victorian party is hoping to make a loud voice against the Government's profits- ...  

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