After researching the candidates to take Bronwyn’s place, Jordan King Lacroix can only see one man with the necessary skills – Clive Palmer.
Michael Burrill offers his own take on the tightening of citizenship legislation and foresees Tony Abbott’s vision of the future.
Forget the blue skin and little white hats, Ara Sarafian has discovered the new breed of Smurfs with blue ties and (mostly) white skin…and WE all get to live in Smurf Village with them.
As he ponders the potential for a leadership spill, Rainer the Cabbie has a simple message for the PM – “Goodbye Tony, don’t forget to take your cronies with you.”
Mike Welsh is concerned about the slow emasculation of PM Tony Abbott, and now Dr Graham Killer wants to take away his bike – oh the humanity!!
Richard Jackson attended the launch by The Online Hate Prevention Institution (OHPI) of a database it hopes will help combat online hate.
With FA Minister Julie Bishop calling for “really, like heaps more” direct action over climate change, TBS Editor Paul Bugeja wonders what the hell is going on?
When it comes to higher education and the recently Senate-rejected government “reforms”, Ash Imani has a few words of advice: “If it’s better the devil you know, take some time to know your devil.”
As the wind changes direction in the Australian Senate, Lachlan Marr wonders whether the newly-formed “coalition of common sense” is a load of hot air or if it will blow the Upper House down…
With the departure (surprise surprise) of Jacqui Lambie from the Palmer United Party, we wonder what merry little war will play out next in Aussie Federal politics…
Over the constant irrelevant comments aimed at Julia Gillard, Tom Jacobs asks that we (finally) start judging the ex-PM on her achievements, not her appearance.