Scott Morrison recently took to social media to promise that he’ll eliminate suicide in this country. As one of the citizens with this “curse”, the PM is way off the mark.
In a since-deleted event, a 4WD group on Facebook has vowed to climb Uluru the day the climbing ban comes into effect, ostensibly to spite “do-gooders” and prove that “religious beliefs” should not dictate our enjoyment of the site.
The Left and the Right in this country are nowhere near each other. Which is why I’m claiming the ATO failing to process our tax is a boon. It is a mistake we could all enjoy. Together.
This morning, Tim Costello said that Christians fearing persecution in Australia should “calm down”. However, the perception of a threat to religion, and the judgments made to offer that protection, are not new.
According to Mathias Cormann, the top priority of Scott Morrison is protecting our right to choose a religion. This is a venture in folly, as we already possess that freedom. We should see this for what it is – a smokescreen.
So, the New York Knicks missed out on Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Zion Williamson. But you know what? We deserve everything we get.
With Donald Trump potentially visiting Australia, we have no reason to follow America into Iran, or against China in matters of trade. We have our own needs, thanks.
Today, an article resurfaced that illustrated Scott Morrison’s plan to send the unemployed out to pick fruit on farms under threat. In returning to their go-to victim, it’s fair to assume that their “fair go” platform is for those who don’t actually need it.
With the Australian Christian Lobby fighting on behalf of Israel Folau, it’s best that we understand who they are, and what they stand for.
Those defending Israel Folau have viewed GoFundMe dumping his campaign as an abuse of freedom of speech. Again, we find ourselves at the same confused placed we visited in 2017.
While Israel Folau has decided to crowdfund his defence, I believe our focus should be on those who financially support him, and why.
Yes, 2018 was a bad year, but this one is somehow worse. I, like many, am feeling the burn of compassion fatigue, but we need to keep going.
Donald Trump has returned to the United Kingdom, but I fear those who have mobilised against him have already lost.
The coverage of politics in this country is fundamentally flawed, as we too often report the personalities over the actual policy.
Over in Massachusetts, criminals are apparently breaking into peoples houses so they can clean it free of charge. Who says crime doesn’t pay?
With the election now complete, many are wondering who we really are. Australia, I believe, is a nation of small people and selective blindness. We see what we choose to.
Well, we survived the most moronic, divisive and boring election campaign in living memory. I think we all deserve a round of applause and/or onions on our sausage.
So, it happened again. However, I believe egging Scott Morrison so close to sausage day could leave us with a bad taste in our mouths.
According to updated research, we could lose half of the species in the Daintree rainforest as a direct result of climate change.
Today we celebrate all things Star Wars, but 2019 finds our community at war with each other. In defending tradition, I believe we’re ruining the marvellous thing we’ve built.
It’s been a particularly grim week regarding politics, as candidates from both sides have resigned over awful comments made online. There is a silver lining, though.
In the wake of the two recent tragedies, I’ve noticed something. When faced with unspeakable horror, social media tends to dust off the holiday snaps – and I think I know why.