It’s time to tap into our rich comic-book heritage and make some movies, starting with The Southern Squadron
Conservative revisionists and Liberal partisans can’t accept that Sir Robert Menzies was an empire man
Once again, Bill Shorten lets down the true believers
For social workers, the age of entitlement survives
If only European leaders were more like Tony Abbott
Peter Oborne’s masterly new book on cricket recalls a special Test rivalry between Australia and Pakistan
Our own Robert Dickerson, now aged 90, will go down as one of the world’s leading painters
Why should tax payers have subsidised the Soccer World Cup in Brazil?
Go bush young man! Remote towns are more relaxed and comfortable than the inner cities
Eight centuries of freedom is a big deal
It works the sophisticates into a lather, but Chris Mitchell’s Australian is the only serious newspaper in the country
When the critics gave Menzies the kiss of death, it amounted to mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
With the release of the ALP’s 2013 election review, it’s safe for the nation’s educators to set the record straight
On the list of trusted Australians, ‘Rolfie’ would be several thousand rungs below Ned Kelly
For our $10 million, we deserve a more coherent case for Constitutional change than motherhood statements
Should we really ostracise the opera singer Tamar Iveri?
How to combat the new breed of Australian jihadists
The hawks were wrong about every aspect of Iraq, so why on earth should we still listen to them?
How to sell the budget to the ordinary bloke
Remember when reform generated real political heat?
A free-marketeer GP slams Tony Abbott’s plans
Even otherwise intelligent and normal people will often reveal their hatred over a few glasses of wine
Malcolm Turnbull espouses classic big-L Liberal values
Ibsen would turn in his grave at this production of Ghosts
If Scotland votes for independence on 18 September, it will be the end of Great Britain. And thanks to Pommie cynicism, selfishness and comic incompetence, it could happen