For our protection

For years our national leaders have been pointing to the enemies of freedom as a threat to our Australian way of life. Every society has the right to preserve public peace and order, and therefore the right to legislate to protect its citizens. Parliament united to pass Acts on border protection and citizenship rights. Concerns surfaced about the over-extension of executive powers and invasive surveillance techniques, but people of all political persuasions seemed to view random acts of terror as a greater risk.

Australian Sniper

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

Flagarama

Glen Le Lievre, The Sydney Morning Herald,

Metadata … For YOUR Protection

Alan Moir, The Sydney Morning Herald,

Anyone Remember Who We're Fighting Against?

Alan Moir, The Sydney Morning Herald,

Australian Values

John Spooner, The Age,

Untitled

Michael Leunig, The Age,

Customs and the Department of Immigration

David Pope, The Canberra Times,

Invitation to Syria

David Pope, The Canberra Times,

The Canning By-election

Matt Golding, The Sunday Age,

In Through the Out Tray

David Rowe, The Australian Financial Review,