We saw minor parties and independents place higher than ever before…but where do kinda-almost-but-not-quite-third-party, The Greens, stand, as the noise of 2016’s federal election finally quietens?
It was a historic week. One in which nothing was solved. Racial hatred split streets in Dallas, and opinion remained thusly in our election.
While Labor has been heavily criticised for their Mediscare campaign, there can be no doubt as to its effectiveness. Why did it work so well?
Europe once again heard the doorbell of terrorism on its doorstep, the UK continues to get worse post Brexit, and Australia voted, but we don’t have a leader.
We decide on Saturday, but the voices that grumble “they’re both the same” should know that apathy is a dangerous way to elect a leader.
What happened while you were asleep? Jeremy Corbyn is avoiding knives thrown by Tony Blair, France cleave Irish hearts and the Fed Election. Beat it.
Its a very special wrap this week focusing on the Brexit. Economists, Neo-cons, Expert commentary from Lindsay Lohan. Hooley dooley.
The rise of apathy towards both political parties brings great danger to our system, as we could easily see our own home-grown Trump.
The federal election has been a fizzer, and the lack of direction from each major party has many reaching for a third option. But are we just throwing our vote away?
Gah. It’s early. What happened while you were asleep? The Swiss pinched pennies, Jack Black died for three hours on social media and the Federal Election got pointless.
Logic, and perhaps the lessons of history stand in the way of James Mathison toppling Tony Abbott on his home turf.
× Promising? Intelligent? Possibly even Boring? The Big Smoke wants to know what you think about: Labor PM candidate Bill Shorten Tap and explore around the word that best describes how you feel when you hear the name “Shorten”… The Big Smoke wants to know what you think about our current Labor Leader and PM…
What a ludicrous week. Trump swans closer to the oval office, Obama mends atomic fences and Saudi Arabia wants to ban animal selfies.
In the case of the evil Trump machine, it turns out the butler may have done it after all. This weekly TBS procedural also investigates the case of the mathematical muck-up and the untangling of the Australian taxation system.