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Sales, Gillard and the 'Left-leaning Twitter' bully

Is sexist bullying confined to Twitter users or the exclusive domain of the Left?  
Flashback 2013: Leigh Salesperson interviews Dr Craig Emerson on ABC $7.30

After publishing an opinion piece on social media bullying, Leigh Sales has come under criticism ...  
'Honest' Christian Porter's mystery donation is totally not suspicious

A mystery donation towards Christian Porter's recent legal fees is drawing speculation over the ...  
The unanswered questions surrounding 9/11

While many are quick to debunk 9/11 conspiracy theories, there are aspects of the disaster that ...  
Why Australia needs to become a secular republic

Legal cases both here and overseas highlight reasons why our theocratic Government needs to make a ...  
'Dobber King' Tony Abbott doesn't care for being dobbed upon

Former PM Tony Abbott has criticised people for dobbing him in for not wearing a mask in public ...  
AUDIO EXCLUSIVE: The Sun Rises interviews the United Australia Party

In an exclusive interview on The Sun Rises, heavyweights from the United Australia Party discuss ...  
Like the U.S., Australians angry about COVID mismanagement

Uninspiring leaders and a non-compliant public do not bode well for Australia's management of ...  
Rules around travel exemptions unclear, stranding Australians

The travel exemption based on "compassionate and compelling" grounds is inadequately defined, ...  
Morrison Government sets more 'worst ever' economic records

Virtually every new data release confirms Australia’s economic demise under Prime Minister ...  
Melbourne: It's a shame about the name

It’s a bit sad that our southern city bears the name of a drudge like William Lamb. Maybe it's ...  
IA BOOK CLUB: Chris Bowen's 'Labor People'

Craig Minns unpacks Chris Bowen's new book, 'Labor People: The Stories of Six True Believers' ...  
A reflection of decades of failed U.S. national security policy

A reckoning with America’s failed national security policy is long overdue.  
Scott Morrison's Father's Day hypocrisy

While many Australians were unable to celebrate Father's Day due to lockdowns, the Prime Minister ...  
How the anti-lockdown fundraising machine keeps running

Proponents of the anti-lockdown movement have learnt the most effective ways to make money out of ...  
Politicians still refuse to take action on climate disaster

After Hurricane Ida, stopping the Line 3 pipeline in line with Indigenous demands is a perfect ...  
Coalition responsible for the demise of Australia's Family Court

The Government's merging of the Family Court with the Federal Circuit Court will complicate the ...  
Australia's first anti-corruption party: FIN is now official

Federal ICAC Now (F.I.N.) is approved! Australia’s anti-corruption party is a reality.  

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