To guard himself from Leftist reproach, this mild-mannered government employee dons mask and cape to become…the Masked Liberal!
s the problem continues to grow, it’s time to look for alternate solutions to the ice epidemic – and decriminalisation is that. | Rob Idol
With the waves of Turnbull’s cabinet shuffle still being felt, Rob Idol looks into the significantly shortened lifespan of the Australian politician.
After Trump’s victory in New Hampshire and Baird’s recent trip, Ingeborg van Teeseling looks at ways the voting public can fix democracy.
With Tony Abbott refusing to leave the party, Roger Pugh retells his modern day fairy tale about PM Scrooge and the Night before Spillsmas.
Ingeborg van Teeseling found that one of Malcolm Turnbull’s biggest foreign policy critics is also family, but points out that he also has the PM’s ear.
Brand new TBS writer Harrison Jones points out that popularity is a fickle beast in politics, and in Turnbull and Trudeau’s case, the hard work now begins.
With Julie Bishop’s $30,000 taxpayer-funded flight shunted in favour of Tony Abbott’s “white-anting” claims, we suggest something else is afoot.
With our new Step-Dad-PM Malcolm Turnbull here to stay, Sam Blacker wants to know when we should start calling him “Dad.”
With Malcolm Turnbull set to appear at the UN climate change summit, Lachlan Dale wonders what the Prime Minister can hope to achieve.
With Jeremy Corbyn now atop the tree of UK Labour, Timothy Cootes wants us to re-examine the realities of those who sit on the left.
Garry Mallard examines the Greens hunting policies and uncovers some interesting double-standards.
Paul McMahon wants to personally ask Tony Abbott to make clear decisions about the removal of citizenship for foreign fighters before more Australians are lost forever.
As Victorian Senator Richard di Natale is elected unopposed as the new leader of the Greens, Editor Paul Bugeja wonders why Adam Bandt and Sarah Hanson Young were overlooked.
Michael Burrill’s #CurrentAffairsWrap sees our PM talking-but-not-walking from #libspill, Gillian Triggs’ report on minors in detention and more ignorant bliss from Senator Jacqui Lambie.
Xavier Toby’s “The most Aussie thing to happen this week” (TMATHTW) is the biggest “Yeah, Nah” in Aussie history…
PB’s got your handy guide to losing the (allegedly) unloseable Queensland Election…you #justaddCampbell (and a pinch, perhaps, of a certain someone who will remain nameless.)
As the year comes to a close and the pollies go into their summer hibernation from both Parliament and the public eye, Mike Welsh asks “Why is Bill Shorten still Tony’s bunny?”
this week’s Current Affairs Wrap, Michael Burrill talks gun control in the wake of the Sydney siege, Pakistani retaliation against the Taliban, Hockey’s MYEFO and Obama-Castro relations.
The morning after the Victorian State Election, Daniel Andrews is no doubt already picking out his favourite pens to take with him to his new office in Spring St, but what, if anything, does his historical win mean for Tony & Co…?
Interviewing Cheryl Kernot on his radio programme, Mike Welsh realised that you can take the girl out of the Democrats but you can’t take the Democrats out of a National Living Treasure.
Retired MP Rob Oakeshott once bared all (well, his chest) to help preserve the Koala, and the cause, linked to biodiversity, still remains close to his heart.