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.
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.
With Scott Morrison demoting his oft-missing Environment Minister and moving back his tax cuts, I think a quick review might be in order.
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.
The Morrison government dreams of an equal future, where opportunity is even for all Australians. David Coleman, Minister for Banks, is a driving force in this regard.
The Morrison Government is providing the framework to bolster the strength of women in small businesses. Their candidate in Reid, Fiona Martin, is a testament to that.
The Morrison Government knows that families are the cornerstone of our society. Their candidate in Dobell, Jilly Pilon puts those words into action.
The Morrison government is looking to protect our greatest asset, the bush, and Eden-Monaro’s Fiona Kotvojs is leading the charge for rural Australians. There’s nowhere like the Australian bush. It has a unique character and richness beyond peer. Yet there is discontent among its people. They believe the government in Canberra is prone to…
Australians look forward to stronger healthcare frameworks with the Morrison Government and member for Lindsay, Melissa McIntosh.
The crux of the Morrison campaign is sound financial management. So far, they’ve managed to amass $700 billion in debt.
According to new polling data, Labor is unlikely to forge a majority in Senate come election day. Here’s how.
The vomit principle is a political tactic that wilfully disgusts us in order to grab our attention. Sound familiar?
We know who will be doing what in the Shorten government, whereas Morrison’s cabinet merely looks like a collection of holes to be filled. Jumping beyond May 18, we know a good deal more about how a Shorten government ministry would look than the shape of a re-elected Morrison government. A rash of…
The issue of federalism is one that we should be focusing on this election, the concept of who is actually responsible for delivering the promises they make.
Clive Palmer is back, and this time, he’s brought some friends with him. But, what does he actually want, and what policies are he putting forward?
In the run-up to our Federal Election, Facebook is under fire for purported use of fake news to influence our democratic processes.
The debate swirling around the issue of climate change has been high on nonsense, low on objective fact. We do have options, and making Labor the climate boogieman solves nothing.
Well, what a week it was. The Notre Dame drove white-hot discussion, and Australia dipped to yet another unwanted sequel. What is this life?
Both sides of the government are playing us. In fact, the only real metaphor that fits is the very obvious act of cheating witnessed on a cricket field.