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'Facts over fear', the website's author says.
An Indigenous leader has shouted down Pauline Hanson, calling her a "racist redneck" at an art fair in far north Queensland. Tensions rose after the incoming Queensland senator arrived unannounced wit...
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Hanson's new colleagues are not looking forward to her arrival.
Hey Pauline, want to hang out? I would love to take you on a tour of my home town and its surrounds. I would love to hear how and why you have formed your views, and I would love to give you some feedback on the experiences that have formed mine.
The more we gather to discuss evidence and facts, the more we will be able to reduce the ill-founded fear and hysteria of groups such as One Nation. Evidence should always prevail and when this lens is applied to the One Nation policy manifesto, it just doesn’t pass muster.
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The most offensive thing about Pauline Hanson isn’t her unabashed xenophobia, her incorrigible disregard for cultural sensitivities, or her affront to the sensibilities of Western liberal political thought. No, truly the most offensive thing about Pauline Hanson has been the reaction her election has evoked from the Australian public.
Labor says we'll be back to the polls within the year.
If Hanson sees herself as a scapegoat, it means that she takes no responsibility for her policies and ideas, as if she is just the messenger -- which is absolutely not true.
'They see me as a punching bag'.
Ms Hanson speaks for a very small group of people and her views are out of step with the overwhelming majority of Australians. Of the 15 million people who voted last weekend, at least 96 percent did not vote for One Nation.
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Her plan to peep on mosques 'doesn't make sense.'
Irony is a dish best served with meat, chips and sauce.
'She's the only one to have the guts to get things done.'
She still says we're being'swamped by Asians'.
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Labor's Sam Dastyari has put the meal in the spotlight, again.
It'll be days until we know the election's final outcome.
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Both have declared themselves successful.
She's had a sudden swing in popularity on Facebook.
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Exclusive: Labor Party dominates online discussion.
Just 100,000 votes stand between her and the federal parliament.
The anti-immigrant, veteran campaigner is in with a chance.
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