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.
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.
Our climate apocalypse, kids in cages, Boris Johnson steering Brexit. Many people are wondering what we did to deserve such a bleak set of circumstances. Well, let me tell you.
John Setka waging war against the Labor Party has thrust a deep divide within the union movement. Healing the wounds, and closing that division, is a tall ask.
The Labor Party under Anthony Albanese needs to focus on one thing, and one thing only: robust, logical policy. Everything else is the sea.
Well, what a week it was. Theresa May and Bill Shorten left their posts, but the internet desired something far kinkier.
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.
While many are disappointed that Tanya Plibersek declined to lead the ALP, I don’t blame her. Those women who have dared to lead are treated awfully. She doesn’t need to change. We do.