After passing the vote by a large margin, the Senate is set to decide whether Pyne and Bishop’s new jobs break the parliamentary code. I fear we’re up for yet more in-house disappointment.
Recently, Scott Morrison asked us how good Australia was. Not long after, it was July 4, a date where America drinks itself silly on self-love. But upon further examination, neither country is what they think it is.
The post-mortem at Labor HQ continues, as a committee is now looking into why Labor lost the so-called ‘unlosable election’. It comes at a time where the ALP is losing touch with two of their most valuable voter bases.
With Peter Dutton putting his desire for leadership behind him, he has turned his attention back to vilifying those he believes places Australia at risk.
Scott Morrison’s three-stage tax package is set to pass thanks to the vote of Jacqui Lambie. But with her vote also crucial in deciding whether Peter Dutton will repeal the Medevac Act, one has to wonder how we got here.
Julie Bishop and Christopher Pyne believing they’re ok to work for companies they gave taxpayer funds to is indicative of something we should not ignore.
Despite positioning themselves as the party of empathy, and despite having nothing to lose, Labor has failed to stay true to their morals and decided to let the innocent suffer.
G20 summit Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin joked about Russian subversion of the US democratic process – while that very thing was happening to.. Democratic candidate Kamala Harris.
With Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning behind bars, think about how many people know something, but are now keeping quiet.
Think the Trump train is running out of steam? Well, with his campaign for 2020 underway, we need to accept an uncomfortable truth – that he does it better than his rivals.
If we do the maths of the Paladin deal, it costs the Australian taxpayer 56 times more to house the refugees on Manus than it would here.
While Gladys Berejiklian taking a stand over the budget cuts to domestic violence support is a positive, it should represent her first step.
The Labor Party under Anthony Albanese needs to focus on one thing, and one thing only: robust, logical policy. Everything else is the sea.
Now that the die has been cast, I think it might be best if we examine exactly what we’ve signed up for.
Yes, Labor lost the election, but much of the blame should go to their divided and delusional voter base.
Those who hail from Queensland are being uniformly panned for swinging the election. But wanting to cleave the state from the continent merely illuminates a lack of knowledge. Let me school you.
The opinion poll may have reached its nadir on Saturday evening, but it can stay – providing that it changes its ways. Here’s how.
63% of us identify as either an atheist or non-religious. If that’s the case, how did we elect an openly devout leader?
Well, that just happened. However, Scott Morrison sensationally winning the federal election was merely the top of a very shady iceberg.
For those puzzled about how the Morrison government won the election, I think our confusion is based on a flawed assumption of who we are as a nation.
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.