Today, our politicians gleefully accepted a rise in their salary. However, the number of days they actually sat in parliament is the second fewest since 1901.
The tampon tax discussion shouldn’t be one we’re having in 2018. It’s time taxation policy caught up with contemporary expectations.
This week, we’ve discovered two things. Facebook has no control over itself, and Congress has no idea how to police it. What we need is an impartial regulatory body, and we need it now.
Morning, angle. Overnight we’ve seen the Emperor of Facebook face the US Government, the re-animation of the Roman Empire and the Caesar of Marvel wary of those he trusts.
It took two PMs, a double dissolution, an election and some backroom dealing, but the ABCC bill has passed the senate. But what did those who voted make of it?
With One Nation sweeping four seats and the Leftist world losing the plot, I contend that the Senate is finally an accurate representation of who we are.
Turnbull has given the Senate one more chance to change, but as far as ultimatums go, he let them off the hook.
What a week! We’ve had Anders Breivik’s power animal, Trump’s theme song, Fogle’s room-mate and Cory Bernardi’s horrible crusade.
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.