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…
When the best that PUP Senator Jacqui Lambie can come up with about Sharia Law is…”Well, I think, umm, when it comes to, ummm, sharia law, ummm, you know, to me, it’s… obviously involves terrorism” we might have a problem Houston…
PUP Senator Jacqui Lambie was hung out to dry for her comments about her ideal man – PB wonders about those who commented on her comments even as he comments… #howveryCatinHatwasThat?
From FODI to PUP to an unravelling world of civil warfare, “dangerous ideas” aplenty were firmly on the current affairs agenda over the past fortnight.
Conrad Liveris isn’t fussed over 81 cents, however, businesses may find that small amount to be a major headache once the carbon tax is repealed.
MIke Welsh wonders what Clive Palmer was thinking pushing Motorist Party Senator Ricky Muir into the harsh media spotlight at the hands of veteran interviewer Mike Willesee.
Coalition begins with the letter “c”, and so does the word to describe the last fortnight for Joe Hockey, Christopher Pyne and some of the biggest banks in the world.
What do Tinder, PUP and Tony Abbott have in common? Richard Jackson’s Longreads, which also cover Louis C.K., Joaquín Guzmán Loera and, well, women. And make-up.
Coming up against Palmer United Party’s Brian Woods’ recent twitter comments on domestic violence, Sadie O’Grady urges men “to be wankers”.
Forced to navigate between his own beliefs and the aspirations of one of his besties wanting to become an MP, Toby Francis is no longer a ‘PUP’ when it comes to the vagaries of friendship…