The new year is here, and just like the rest of us, our politicians have high hopes for 2019. Here’s what they hope to accomplish in the coming year.
While I applaud the Morrison government for rethinking education funding, this should represent the first step, not the last.
With David Leyonhjelm refusing the apologise for his comments regarding Sarah Hanson-Young, I suggest the Senate needs to step in.
The tampon tax discussion shouldn’t be one we’re having in 2018. It’s time taxation policy caught up with contemporary expectations.
The Section 44 fiasco severely wounded the democratic process in this country. To avoid us returning to the same point, we need lasting change.
Once more into the breach, dear friends. With the #AusPol bus commencing its usual route, we’re curious to see who was thrown underneath the wheels.
Forget about the ABCC, the biggest issue befalling the corridors of power this week involves a fenced lawn. I pretended to be an investigatory journalist, but sat at home to file this report.
Oh, the week that was. Mosul was invaded by an infighting coalition, Turnbull holstered his vote for guns and Bill Leak faced the HRC.
The reanimation of a corpse, a senator dropping bombs and an atomic friend-zoning was all present this week in #AusPol. So, who won?
Ironically, I slept in! What happened while you were asleep? Well, Abbott took aim at everyone, as the media grinned, seaweed will stop us from being gassed and CBS will make Candy Crush into a TV show.
The rhetoric surrounding the watering down of our gun laws are fatuous, as we should be having an entirely different conversation.
With the QLD Government set to remove Wicked Campervans off the road, is it the right move, or further evidence of PC gone mad?