It seems Andrew Bolt is very, very upset with Chris Mitchell, editor of the Australian. Which is funny, given their mutual interest in mudslinging Julia Gillard over events 20 years old and which Bolt never thought important until she was PM; their disgraceful campaign against Gillian Triggs; their mutual undying support of Abbott in his fascistic campaign to do anything he likes at sea and in offshore detention centres and keep it secret from the public under threat of criminal charges; and (of course) their mutual contempt and wilful ignorance of the science of climate change.
Update: I just remembered, isn't News Corp actually paying the production costs of Bolt's TV show? I suppose that makes Bolt's attack "brave"; but then again, I guess Mitchell may well have no influence at all on whether Bolt's show maintains a budget.
Amusingly, I see that a few Catallaxy threadsters are saying they will end their Australian subscriptions over the paper's support of Adam Goodes, and the aboriginal constitution amendment. They're very upset that the entire media universe has turned into leftists. Hahahahahaha.
I also note that it seems to me that the only commentators on the web who supported Bronwyn Bishop were at Catallaxy. Steve Kates, the lone economist in the world who understands it properly because he knows what Says Law really means, was adamant she should never resign. Sinclair Davidson said she had been an excellent speaker (again, a view virtually unique on the World Wide Web.) Alan Moran, banned from the IPA, still has a gig at Catallaxy claiming global economic catastrophe from reducing CO2.
What an extreme and nutty corner of the interwebs it has become....