With the waves of Turnbull’s cabinet shuffle still being felt, Rob Idol looks into the significantly shortened lifespan of the Australian politician.
Austerity, “affluenza” and power and its abuse form Rich Richard Jackson’s weekly #longreads this weekend. The only relief is in a coyote invasion of NYC – oh, ps: #coyoteinvasionofNYC!
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap: environment in 2090, world leaders to Saudi Arabia, Peter O’Neill on asylum seekers, Brandis on metadata and Rupert Murdoch on Twitter.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap highlights the sensitivities of our finest – Fred Nile, Rupert Murdoch and Cory Bernardi – following Charlie Hebdo.
Laurie Atlas reminds the basket-weaving left-wing conspiracy types that Rupert Murdoch might have just a little bit more on his mind than trying to upset them.
As Rupert Murdoch descended on Australia to celebrate “The Australian’s” 50th, Michael Burrill has no doubt it was all smiles as the conservative agenda rolled on in the land of OZ…
Rumours swirl of ABC cuts in Treasurer Joe Hockey’s impending #emergencybudget, but GetUp! and nearly 250000 Australians are doing their bit to #saveourABC