Far from being the exception, lone wolves are at the heart of the jihadist strategy
Tony Abbott’s change of budgetary and political tack has re-invigorated his loyal supporters
Political cowardice and people on the move
Terrified of irrelevance, Christian churches are leaping onto a godless bandwagon
The ‘Lomborg affair’ shows the intellectual bankruptcy of contemporary Australian academia
Politicians everywhere have an uncanny knack of dividing, not uniting, their people
A binding vote on gay marriage looms as the next big Labor party split
They survived the departure of Bob Brown. But will anybody care that Christine Milne has gone?
Our moral decline should not include empathy for child molesters
Tony Abbott will be in trouble if he doesn’t heed the lessons of two imminent elections where Conservatives are floundering
Islamist terrorists prey on the vulnerabilities of the adolescent mind and the clash of cultures
Margaret Cunneen SC has fought a lonely battle against dark forces within our criminal justice system
The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement is a toxic monstrosity
The desire to preserve the Anzac tradition comes from below, not from above
In cases like that of Billy Gordon, give the voters the final say
Richie Benaud was master of all trades, jack of none
The current system of financing the states should be thrown overboard
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On the ongoing Speccie debate - when should conservative commentators attack Abbott (if at all?)
Hardened cockpit doors and ‘depression’ are more comforting to our modern minds
What does Shorten’s submarines policy say about his grasp of the potential future threats facing our country?
The death-circus surrounding the Bali executions has faint echoes of a famous musical
The system is broken
Why does Gen Y have so little interest in classical music?
What are the implications for Australians of having a letter-writing, activist, trainee monarch?