This week we finally saw the legislation for the national anti-corruption commission, the robodebt royal commission kicked off, and there was much more — including some public consultations of note.Continue reading “Digital developments from Canberra 7”
In a prelude to The 9pm Edict autumn series we ignore the special guests and rant about other things.Continue reading “The 9pm Pre-Election Flood-Affected War Drama”
We wrap up the Spring Series 2021 — finally — by solving most of the world’s mysteries with journalist and all-round raconteur Andrew P Street.Continue reading “The 9pm Billionaire Gummi Worms of Spicy Freedom with Andrew P Street”
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me once again for the first sensible episode in The 9pm End of Spring Series 2020.Continue reading “The 9pm Overturned Turtle Taliban with John Birmingham”
In this episode we look at what might happen in The America in November, we hear more strange conspiracy theories, and we learn some bureaucratic language that you can use in your own life. Plus more Quarantimes dramas, obviously.Continue reading “The 9pm Legally Insufficient Beaver Comparison”
It’s now 20 years since Pauline Hanson first entered the Australian parliament with her controversial views. Well now she’s back. At last Saturday’s federal election, Queensland voters propelled her into the Senate.
Hanson isn’t worried about just Asians these days. She’s targeting the supposed threat of Islam. And there’s more — much more — in the policy agenda of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation. It’s time to take a closer look.
In this special episode of the Edict, we go inside the mind of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, as Stilgherrian reads their entire policy agenda — live. Every single word. You’ll also hear some of Pauline Hanson’s political wisdom in her own words.Continue reading “The 9pm One Nation Policy Reading”