Dear Gina @e2mq173 responds #DearGina






By Errol [email protected] From Left Field Dear Gina, You probably receive a lot of fan mail. but I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your piece about the Age of Entitlement. Quite frankly, we don’t hear enough scornful derision from the plutocracy these days. Your article warmed my cold heart. Unfortunately I fear […]






Freedom commissioner Tim Wilson: method to Abbott’s madness @e2mq173 comments






By Errol Brandt [email protected] The Abbott government has been kind to its supporters by rewarding a number of them with plum government roles. The first came as a spiteful act by Julie Bishop. Days before former Victorian Labor premier Steve Bracks was due to start as Consul-General in New York, Julie Bishop cancelled the appointment […]






Trust, it’s not just about ‘them’: Forde wrap by @StephanieDale22






[clear] By Stephanie Dale 5 September 2013 The other day a smart, savvy, engaged woman I know told me she plans to vote informal on September 7 – her decision has as much to do with media coverage as it does with politics. In short: ” Can’t bring myself to vote for Tony Abbott, can’t forgive […]






Reporters may still face litigation and court orders to identify sources, despite Rinehart’s failed bid in WA






By Miles Heffernan August 10, 2013 Gina Rinehart’s bid to have a journalist turn over secret sources was rejected this week by a Western Australian Supreme Court judge in a decision hailed as a win for press freedom. But the judgment handed down on August 6 makes it clear we are still a way short […]






IPA and Murdoch are freedom’s discerning friends: Abbott






By Tony Abbott April 4. 2013 Source: tonyabbott.com.au Andrew, thank you so much for that truly lovely introduction. All I can say is: I prefer your judgments to your reminiscences! Mr Premier, Mr Lord Mayor, Your Eminence, parliamentary colleagues, I don’t want to single anyone out because there are so many of them here but […]