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CARDINAL PELL, THE MEDIA PILE-ON AND COLLECTIVE GUILT – BOOK LAUNCH

2022-01-06T19:01:30+11:007 December 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , , , |

On Tuesday 7 December, barrister and senior counsel Margaret Cunneen SC launched Gerard Henderson’s Cardinal Pell, The Media Pile-on and Collective Guilt which, Margaret Cunneen’s words, “is a meticulous chronology which draws together all the stakeholders, as they would call themselves, in the attempted destruction of Cardinal George Pell. As Gerard illustrates so eloquently, they [...]

LAUNCH OF CARDINAL GEORGE PELL, THE MEDIA PILE-ON & COLLECTIVE GUILT

2022-01-06T19:01:31+11:007 December 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

On Tuesday 7 December, barrister and senior counsel Margaret Cunneen SC launched Gerard Henderson’s Cardinal Pell, The Media Pile-on and Collective Guilt which, Margaret Cunneen’s words, “is a meticulous chronology which draws together all the stakeholders, as they would call themselves, in the attempted destruction of Cardinal George Pell. As Gerard illustrates so eloquently, they [...]

Issue 570

2021-12-03T17:57:19+11:003 December 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 570 3 December 2021 * * * * Stop Press – Rich Capitalists for State Socialism get a run in AFR; Rowan Dean equates JobKeeper with police abuse of protestors; Fran (“I’m a retired activist”) Kelly gets the usual self-indulgent ABC send-off Can You Bear It? – A [...]

AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL PROBLEMS AND CATHOLIC POLICY SOLUTIONS

2022-01-06T18:54:22+11:001 December 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Greg Craven AO is the former Vice Chancellor of Australian Catholic University, a commentator and constitutional lawyer. To coincide with the publication of his In The Shadow of The Cross: Catholic Social Teaching and Australian Politics, Greg Craven addressed The Sydney Institute on Wednesday 1 December 2021. In a speech that argued for a reappraisal [...]

Issue 569

2021-11-26T18:38:18+11:0026 November 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 569 26 November 2021 * * * * Stop Press – ABC faves Craig Reucassel & Red Kerry to host Voices Of events; Fake News on Q+A Can You Bear It? – Malcolm Farr & Jonathan Green go in for some Morrison bashing on Twitter; Murpharoo mocks ‘saint’ [...]

You can take it from Menzies – divided, the Liberals will fall

2021-11-28T12:47:54+11:0026 November 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|Tags: |

Looking at the state of the Liberal Party and the Nationals in Parliament House right now, it seems that their parliamentarians are undertaking a general rehearsal for the end of the (political) world as they know it, to somewhat ­rephrase an old saying. As a result, it will be an extraordinary achievement if Scott Morrison [...]

BEATING FRANCE TO BOTANY BAY

2022-01-06T18:54:41+11:0023 November 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Australia and its relations with France go back a long way - they began with the British. The French had a jump start in the race for a Pacific empire, but English officials then launched their own pursuit around the globe. The contestants finally met in Botany Bay, with the French just five days too [...]

Issue 568

2021-11-19T15:33:28+11:0019 November 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 568 19 November 2021 * * * * Stop Press – David Marr returns with a secular sermon; George Megalogenis looks back rosily on the Whitlam economy Editorial – Ita Buttrose’s “We Warn the Kaiser” moment about a proposed Senate committee – That’s all folks Can You [...]

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