With Warren Mundine set to contest the seat of Gilmore, he sat down with TBS publisher Alexandra Tselios about his past, his hopes for the future and the criticism he has received.
With the NSW state election around the corner, we sat down with the women of the Liberal Party to discuss their campaigns, their electorates, and the change they seek.
To celebrate Mardi Gras 2019, we spoke to Liberal MP Bruce Notley-Smith, about the change that has been won, and the change yet to come.
Our trust in our politicians sits at an all-time low, and rightfully so. Both left and right have done nothing to cultivate trust from the electorate.
Scott Morrison’s appearance on Insiders yesterday drove home a truth. The Coalition is out of ideas, and as a Liberal voter, I feel poorly.
Lately, it seems that Canberra can only agree to disagree. So, I’ve taken the liberty of forming three policies that could pass without complaint.
It was a very shouty week. Arnold vs Trump, Turnbull vs Shorten, us vs the sun. But now that we’ve survived it (sort of), it’s time to go back to the very recent future…
Now that we know the identity of the “Fake Tradie”, the most revealing point of the whole fiasco is the Liberal case study that spawned it.
With Cory Bernardi looking to launch the Australian Conservatives Party, the Masked Liberal rides again to explain why the idea will work.
Everything old is new again in Rob Idol’s Current Affairs Wrap with yet another round of mass shootings in the US and the abuse of parliamentary expenditure.
With entitled white narcissism running rampant in the Liberal Party, Jordan King-Lacroix has discovered a study that shows it isn’t their fault…well, not really.
Jordan King-Lacroix looks at the Turnbull Government and is troubled by one thing – the complete lack of a political scapegoat.
With the end of season looming, Rob Idol has your form guide to Malcolm Turnbull’s new squad as they march towards Grand Final day.
Chetna Prakash was taken aback by Turnbull’s promises of change; it was the first time she heard positivity from an Australian Politician.
Now that Tony Abbott has lost his position as Minister for Women, Bronte O’Brien (in between fits of hysterical wailing) is searching for Australian women’s next leading man.
In the two-year anniversary of Tony Abbott taking office, TBS sees the true meaning behind his tenure – the rebirth of our nation.
Xavier Toby’s “The most Aussie thing to happen this week” (TMATHTW) is the biggest “Yeah, Nah” in Aussie history…
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.”
For all the media beat-up around Julie Bishop and her popularity at the moment, Conrad Liveris has little doubt she will never rise any further than her current position in a Coalition government.
Sean Romero points to the clear evidence of Liberal Party members proving themselves to be a bunch of ass…ets to opposition parties…