As it stands, Australia is one of the few OECD nations without a space program. Considering our first attempt suffered at the hands of bureaucracy, this one may burn up on re-entry.
Well, Monday. It’s a thing. Overnight, England dared to dream, New South Wales actually won and one notable out-of-touch Turk voted for another.
Over the weekend, Peter Dutton congratulated himself over his stringent border policy. What he was really saying, was something else.
Jacket-gate has me longing for a first lady befitting the title. It might be an obvious point, but her predecessor was the one we deserved. Let’s not forget her.
Well, the other shoe has dropped, as our government has moved against an icon of live exporting.
Well, the important part of the NBA Draft is over, so let us gleefully pick through the wreckage and laugh at the losers.
Friday. Huzzah. Overnight, Australia didn’t win, but we found victory, Melania Trump wore words and a bunch of angry dorks wants to remake Star Wars. Ok.
In an effort to remove Peter Dutton from the conversation, one lobby group has renewed their war against his electorate. We spoke to the minds behind it.
In the afterglow of the talks with North Korea, should we expect a more sensible future? Oddly, the answer might be yes.
We’re living through a golden age of satire. But it’s not causing as much change as we think.
Well. This morning Donald Trump listened to criticism, the World Cup in Russia went the full borscht and ‘Chicken Alfredo and Sprite’ entered the lexicon. Donald reverses his ‘caged kids’ border policy, promises to let everyone in. This morning, the masked figure of empathy swung through the windows of the White House, vice…
We have a problem with the answers our politicians give. They’re invariably incorrect. But, no matter, I’ve fixed it.
Again, the nation’s poor, the “dole bludgers” have been outed by the media. The problem is that they’re actually not the problem.
Donald Trump’s separation and caging of children at the border is not just reprehensible, it has a historic parallel.
The father of the man charged with murdering Eurydice Dixon has taken to the media to decry the amount of abuse he’s suffered. Is he allowed our empathy?
The story of Eureka has been told to death. There is another, and it is far more interesting, replete with cross-dressing, actors and liberation. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
While Optus’ World Cup coverage has been poor, it is their peerless level of incompetence that has given us all something greater: Peace through War.
Oh, dear. Overnight, Donald launched his SpaceFarce, England barely won and one woman hit the jackpot. Sort of.
The difference between male and female fans you see during a World Cup broadcast come in two very obvious, very types.
Paired with the Eurydice Dixon memorial being vandalised was the familiar good guy denial. Again we’ve missed the point. We need to educate our own.
Well, it happened. Eurydice Dixon’s memorial was vandalised, Germany lost their first opener since 1982 and Clive Palmer returned. But don’t call it a comeback.