In this town, politics is a form of entertainment, with no-one more so than Pauline Hanson. But is she speaking for herself, or being spoken for?
Labor’s attack on the ‘top end of town’ is seemingly over, with Anthony Albanese moving the party closer to the company of big business.
The ongoing crisis at Manus is not just an issue that needs solving, it is also a slash across the face of the Australia we grew up idolising.
Whether we like it or not, our elected officials swim in the same circles as we and use social media to further their own intentions, for good or ill.
Be it Australia, Germany or the US, resolve to immigration issues lies in policy that makes increased population a benefit, or which stops the need for asylum altogether.
Ahead of today’s decision regarding the future of the Tamil family, those responsible are noticeably absent from the spotlight.
In the wake of Brexit, online dating wizards eHarmony discovered that 1.6 million Britons broke up because of it. So, how safe is your relationship from politics?
Jair Bolsonaro has flatly rejected the G7 money to save the Amazon, citing a personal problem between him, Emmanuel Macron and his wife. Yes, really.
Today we lost Tim Fischer, an earnest politician with an ear for opportunity, and a hand in forcing through our gun control laws after Port Arthur.
The philosophy of the cashless welfare card is the perfect marriage of neoliberal ideology and evangelical Christianity, both of which pathologise, criminalise and individualise poverty as a lifestyle choice.
Flying in the face of us losing confidence in our politicians, data indicates that many of our politicians are actually keeping their promises.
Presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson is something different. She’s either a truth-bomb dropping hippy with a message of love or a “left-wing Trump”. Maybe both.
After the investigation in Crown Casino was dismissed, five crossbench MPs have renewed the push for a federal ICAC. A recent study suggests that the overwhelming majority of us believe that our politicians are corrupt.
Despite openly taking a stand against Angus Taylor’s purported corruption, Pauline Hanson has voted to not investigate #grassgate on a Senate level.
With Angus Taylor under extreme pressure from parliament over #grassgate, the Morrison government is moving to stop a Senate investigation into his alleged corruption.
Last night, the ABC’s Leigh Sales had a tub of yoghurt thrown at her. Considering the other instances of our dairy-spattered criticism, a pattern is obvious.
Robert Mueller’s testimony regarding Trump’s wrongdoing was viewed as a disappointment. However, in the post-truth age, the victories are difficult to mark.
In their efforts to oust the Coalition, the left voters have adopted a holier than thou attitude. Leave your questions at the door.
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.