The Latest From Mark Latham
September 03, 2017
Today there's a madness in Australian politics, and a lot of it seems to come from the university system.
August 30, 2017
Is there any fairness in the world? Kathy Griffin (who incited violence with her photo of Donald Trump’s severed head) is allowed into Australia as part of her “world tour,” while the Bendigo Three (who staged a mock Islamic beheading) face up to six months jail in Melbourne courts next week. Mark talks to one of the accused, Chris Shortis.
August 27, 2017
In politics we hear a lot about the "rule of law," but what exactly does that mean?
August 25, 2017
We're five months out from Australia Day and the left-wing campaign to scrap our national day is gathering pace. Look at what's been in the news:
August 23, 2017
TONIGHT: The “Statues Debate” (rewriting history) starts up in Australia; Fred Nile on same-sex marriage and religious freedoms; and our panel, Tanveer Ahmed and Emma Eros, on Senator Pauline Hanson’s burqa.
August 16, 2017
On Wednesday's show, Claire Lehmann and I spoke at length to James Damore, whose controversial "diversity memo" got him fired from Google but turned him into practically a household name overnight.
August 16, 2017
Tonight, Claire Lehmann and I talk to James Damore, who was sacked by Google for challenging its "diversity" agenda.
August 14, 2017
Sam Dastyari recently offered a suggestion for tacking Islamic State terrorism. What was it? Halal certification. I kid you not.
August 13, 2017
Australian feminists attack a new campaign encouraging women to exercise. It's all part of their conspiracy theory about the "male gaze."
August 10, 2017
Tony Burke has recently backflipped on the English language requirements for Australian citizenship, saying that people do not have to pass an English language test to become citizens.