Well, it’s official. The national leadership will be challenged by two parties known primarily by their nickname. Albo v ScoMo. Who ya got?
With Scott Morrison demoting his oft-missing Environment Minister and moving back his tax cuts, I think a quick review might be in order.
63% of us identify as either an atheist or non-religious. If that’s the case, how did we elect an openly devout leader?
With the election now complete, many are wondering who we really are. Australia, I believe, is a nation of small people and selective blindness. We see what we choose to.
For those puzzled about how the Morrison government won the election, I think our confusion is based on a flawed assumption of who we are as a nation.
Well, we survived the most moronic, divisive and boring election campaign in living memory. I think we all deserve a round of applause and/or onions on our sausage.
One week out from the election proper, Scott Morrison has announced a plan to ease the stress on first-home buyers. One has to wonder where was this earlier.
Yesterday, Bill Shorten railed against News Corp and made the nation feel something. However, last night’s debate was an exercise in apathy.
So, it happened again. However, I believe egging Scott Morrison so close to sausage day could leave us with a bad taste in our mouths.
Last night, the first televised leader’s debate kicked off. What followed was boredom interspersed with recycled talking points, briefly interrupted by Mathias Cormann’s questionable behaviour.
This morning, Scott Morrison drove to Peter Cosgrove’s house to ask the election to be called. However, it was his chosen time to do so that we should register.
In a shocking turn of events, Scott Morrison has sent Pauline Hanson to the United Nations. While it is clearly a solution to Morrison’s One Nation problem, should she be representing us?
Despite all the rhetoric, and all the news pieces swirling around after Christchurch, I had not conversed with a member of the Muslim community. I assumed I was doing enough, but a man in hospital slippers exposed my fallacy.
As Scott Morrison remains tight-lipped about the source of the government breach, Twitter has speculated the origin of the hack.
Yesterday a win was registered by those on Manus Island, but the margin of the vote should be a matter of discussion.
This morning, a Newspoll illustrated that Scott Morrison was indeed the better PM. The reporting around it didn’t tell the full story, which is indeed a story itself.
This morning, Matthew Flinders was found, and was found to have some strong words for Scott Morrison’s plan to honour Captain Cook.
In an attempt to woo women back to the Liberal Party, Scott Morrison has offered a fresh twist on the ‘So Where The Bloody Hell Are You” tourism campaign.
If there’s one thing Scott Morrison has proved, it is his capacity to trump an ill-advised publicity stunt with another. What’s next? Who knows!
Instead of arguing about the date, I think we should focus on the story passed down to the adults of tomorrow.
In clearly the political scandal of 2019, Scott Morrison has harmed his chances for election through the application of heinous photoshopping.
We survived the year, and it was another bad one. But the reason why things keep getting worse, lies with we critics. If we truly want change, we’re going to have to change.