Seriously, I can't get enough of the terrifying abc tony tells Malcolm give em cash
The ABC’s managing director Mark Scott made an important point this week when he emphasized the distinction between a public broadcaster and a state broadcaster. The ABC was part of Team Australia, he said––repudiating Tony Abbott’s slur––because it played the necessary role in a democracy of providing a forum for debate free of political interference.
Former Liberal Staffer, Mark Scott fires back I hope no one wants the A B C to be a State broadcaster
A week is a long time in politics ...Last week Tony Abbott stood in Parliament grinning, his arms raised to the heavens, and said five words most observers thought would never pass his lips: "Thank you to the ABC." ...
Thats the sort of things assassins say ...
From time to time, Junkee’s exhaustive and rigorous coverage of Education Minister Christopher Pyne has strayed into the personal — mentioning his odd texting habits, his unique Twitter presence, and his vast array of smug facial expressions, for which we are profoundly regretful. Journalism is a serious business, and must never cross the line into personal attacks and childish name-calling.
Christopher Pyne the boy known as The Fixer
[Charles Murray, author of the newly published By the People: Rebuilding Liberty without Permission] rocks ... Earlier on Murray’s new book here and here.