“He killed his partner Rachel in front of her three children and today Mark Stephen Pringle walks free after just five years behind bars. “Now, Rachel’s grieving family are terrified … Continue reading
Her Excellency the Honourable Quentin Bryce, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, has sent chins a-wagging, fingers a-shaking, tuts a-tutting, and brows a-furrowing for having the audacity to demonstrate that she is … Continue reading
Listen above for our weekly chat on the the Indonesian fracas, the ICAC fracas and the Rob Ford fracas. On this week’s Dog Whistle, Ed Butler, Simon Copland and Kate Carruthers enjoy a … Continue reading
A continuing theme in Australian discussion in the commercial media is funding for their Government funded rival, the ABC. This theme is hitting fever pitch recently with their part in … Continue reading
A gift of Custom vessels to Sri Lanka shows that the Greens were wrong about the difference between the ALP and the LNP, writes Mark Fletcher.
There’s going to be plenty written about Kevin Rudd in the next few days and years. His life in politics would make a great play somewhere down the track – … Continue reading
In an excellent call to arms yesterday, fellow AusOpinionator Ed Butler called for the ALP and supporters of progressive politics in general to find their Inner Mongrel and Get It … Continue reading
Listen above for our weekly chat on the the first days of the 44th parliament, the morality of progressive politics and the cult of Julia Gillard. On this week’s Dog … Continue reading
The Attorney-General wants to abolish the ‘Bolt Laws’ but deliberately insulting and offending people shouldn’t be a human right, writes Mark Fletcher.
Ed Butler asks why the ALP are expected to behave like adults when they just had their arses handed to them by an opponent in no way constrained by such niceties?
Journalists are paying the price for allowing their investigative skills to atrophy during years of being on the tap of political media advisers. Now they’re facing a test that could change everything, says Ed Butler.