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Bernard Keane
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Bernard Keane 1h
Political journalists still write about the economic costs of climate action without mentioning the costs of inaction. Either it's deliberate misleading of readers, or reflects a lack of understanding of even the basics of the most serious policy issue the world faces.
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Janine Perrett 4h
So we've come to this now? This unacceptable decision should be reviewed with a full explanation from the board. Pool won't sport Mack Horton's name to protect interests in China via
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Bernard Keane Feb 21
This is a superb piece with some frightening stories and data.
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Bernard Keane Feb 21
Man kills his wife, gets just 8 years in jail. The criminal "justice" system simply doesn't value the lives and rights of women and children.
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Pete Wargent Feb 21
Labour sliding into irrelevance
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Bernard Keane Feb 20
My sense from this week is that a solid chunk of the Right think middle aged men grooming schoolboys is nothing too dramatic and sympathise with a shitbag coward who burnt his ex-partner and children alive. Am I off-beam here? Did I miss something?
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Bernard Keane Feb 20
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Kanat Wano (Komet Tribesman, MER) Feb 20
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Bernard Keane Feb 20
What did you do that image transition on? An Apple II?
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Rashida Yosufzai Feb 20
"If you're indigenous you're already copping racism. Here we have a child, an indigenous child with a disability and he's copping it from every angle"
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Dr Julia Baird Feb 20
This take excludes step-fathers and misrepresents the Australian Institute of Criminology research, which finds a "predominance of male offenders" and a prevalent "history of ". (p.12)
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Ian Hall Feb 20
There is a real naivety in parts of the Australian business community about the region and about national security that this piece demonstrates so well. 1/
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Bernard Keane Feb 20
The failing Seven Network has been shifting further and further to the right as its revenue has shrunk. Current share price: 19 cents. Single figures soon?
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Emma Alberici Feb 20
Stop blaming the victim. These are not “domestic disputes” .. These are murders & assaults
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JohnQuiggin Feb 20
More on and his absurd Twitter gotcha. Presumably he gets away with it because most of his readers don't follow Twitter. But fellow journalists mostly do - what do they think of this rubbish?
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Flick Ruby Feb 20
Courageous whistleblower David McBride deserves support. He explains here what motivated him to share true information about the war in Afghanistan, where Australia has been engaged for 19 bloody traumatic maiming ugly years. Please help him if you can
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Bernard Keane Feb 19
oi - giss a follow?
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John McCarthy Feb 19
The Daily Mail should have a day of mourning Larry Tesler: Computer scientist behind cut, copy and paste dies aged 74
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Bernard Keane Feb 19
Replying to @Scutty @PeteWargent
"Turned the corner", you reckon?
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David Hardaker Feb 19
Xmas drinks with the PM. Happy snaps with the Deputy PM. And donations all round. No-one has better access than this special interest group. So who is it really acting for? Part 2 of special by and me.
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