Opponents of immigration are just that, regardless of whether it's legal or illegal. With Peter Dutton, at least we know where he stands.
Interesting things happen when you ask self-declared libertarians about their political preferences.
Can we blame our media's failings on the fuzzy romantic notion of the Anglosphere?
If only the debate about (neo)liberalism was as intellectually engaged as the debate about socialism.
Monarchy is topical this week. Some suggest that it can be a positive force to guard against despotism, but I remain sceptical.
South Australians go to the polls, with little reason to think that the electoral system will reflect their wishes.
A Liberal government with a reduced majority looks the most likely outcome from Saturday's state election.
It's time to have another look at what's been happening to the Green vote. Unfortunately, it depends a bit on what you're trying to measure.
Appeasement of China on the travel front opens some interesting questions about what should count as a country.
A review of the big elections of the last year and the current state of the "populist" threat.