Knock knock, who’s there? Drraaaammmaaa. Overnight, Kevin Rudd sued the ABC over the cabinet papers, the Super Moon wasn’t that super and Bernie Sanders applauded. Sort of.
On the back of Kevin Rudd’s new book, we knocked on the door of Julia Gillard to see if she’d review it for us.
What a historic week it was. Hillary Clinton secured the nomination, the juvenile detention system was exposed and McDonald’s introduced the walk-thru window for drunks.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well, not a lot got done. Dylan Voller received no apology, K-Rudd is waiting on Mal and the Pogba deal is almost not really sort of done.
Julia Gillard’s recent reappearance got me thinking. The louder conversation we women speak in 2016 started with her.
Rob Idol is back this week with his weekly wrap of current affairs, including gun violence in Canada, the bitter passing of another great musician and…Kevin ’17?
With five Prime Ministers in five years, Roger Pugh proposes an elegant solution, getting them back on the streets and becoming useful again.
Roger Pugh argues the only way to guard against the prospect of Australia being “Trumped” is to accept nothing less than the PM we deserve.
A Morgan poll from 2013 released yesterday, listing who Aussies would name as their most admired public figures, had some results that had Paul Bugeja smiling…