With the federal government set to allow law agencies yet more access to our personal data, it seems the average Australian needs to lean on a third party to keep them in line.
Be wary of the trumpeted fears of ‘foreign interference’, as they may be used to control those of our own backyard, not those from over the fence.
In the wake of Emma Husar stepping down, Bill Shorten is feeling the heat from the other side of the room.
With the racist dog-whistle firmly between their lips, Turnbull and Dutton have set the tone. It’s up to us to ensure our bark is less than our bite.
In a bill that was rushed through last week, the Turnbull government has clamped down on freedom of expression under the guise of national security.
Nauru has decided to muzzle the press from reporting what it sees, but the only thing that Malcolm Turnbull can offer is regret. Try harder, Mal.
I applaud the Coalition for standing up for the victims of DV in court. However, the Legal Aid professionals who will take on the task are already stretched to the limit. They need greater funding. That wasn’t part of their announcement.
In their efforts to oust the Coalition, the left voters have adopted a holier than thou attitude. Leave your questions at the door.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull railed against an ALP attack that claimed his tax breaks will help himself, claiming that he earned everything he has. History points the opposite to be true.
We need to recognise that the human rights abuses of asylum seekers is our nation’s awful legacy, and Julian Burnside knows who is to blame.
Despite numerous opportunities to change course, the Liberal government continues to fail our schools. We’ll restore every dollar of funding cut.
Well, we have the first attack ad of the season as the ALP took aim at Turnbull’s tax measures. We’re at the start of a long road.
We have a problem with the answers our politicians give. They’re invariably incorrect. But, no matter, I’ve fixed it.
Well, it’s seemingly official. We Australians are not comfortable in sharing our take of the news online, as research indicates we care too much about what people think about us.
Senior Fake News correspondent Frank Rarely discusses the opportunities for populists and masochists alike to join Pauline.
Yesterday, Barnaby lost the plot, evoking privacy right while forgetting that he spent last week reducing the privacy of others. He’s truly reached a Fonzie level of desperation.
A slobberknocker of a betrayal, the completion of a masterpiece and a man fighting a fictional character headlines #AusPol’s stupid week. So, who won?
A return to the Golden Day of Television, a spot of viral marketing and the grumblings of a questionable constitution spotted #AusPol’s Leopard this week. So, who won?
The Section 44 fiasco severely wounded the democratic process in this country. To avoid us returning to the same point, we need lasting change.
Frank Rarely, Canberra’s most celebrated Fake News correspondent wonders if there’s any merit to the budget whatsoever.
In a speech not widely covered, the maiden speech by One Nation’s Stephen Andrew proudly referenced both his ancient roots and retold the suffering they endured under the hand of the white man.
Questionable time travel, alienated cliche and an emptied sack highlighted the week that was #AusPol. Don’t look at us, you voted for them.