Some particularly rough #AusPol discourse, stolen identities and a metamorphosis into an inanimate object. Move over, Juarez, here comes Canberra.
I think it’s safe to say that the costumed, albeit violent Berkeley protest represents the culture war in the US. Confused, shallow and vain.
Three extremely different candidates, undecided voter bases and the threat of the countryside coming to town… The French election is more than a little confused, albeit entertaining, flip of the coin.
Malcolm Turnbull has gut the 457 visa system to “put Australians first”. As a nation, we have an awkward history with that particular sentence.
As Turkey goes to the polls to expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, there’s something far more sinister brewing in the background.
The Coalition tearing down safe schools has revealed an interesting point. It’s not that they don’t understand our complaints, they just don’t care.
The rebirth of a true artist, the selling of one’s soul for sashimi, and the death of tradition, all serious, all present this week in #Auspol. So, who won? No-one you dolts.
Like it or not, the alt-right is here to stay. This week the PolitiScope podcast discusses points about facing the alt-right in everyday life and whether middle ground can be found with extremists.
The wave of nationalism sweeping across the globe may sing a new song, but its chorus is a tale as old as time.
Donald Trump bombing Syria has not just split the earth in Homs, but also his most dedicated voter base.
A spot of legal vandalism, an incorrect choice of aircraft and a budding buddy movie in the pipe…the week in #AusPol had many things, all of them stupid.
The familiar face of extracurricular parliamentary spending has knocked on our door once more, but who should we blame? The people who take advantage, or the culture that says it’s fine?
Corporate tax cuts represent the Turnbull government’s most daring production, but will such an edgy play put bums in seats?
Donald Trump’s links to Russia make for a topic that won’t go away. However, the true source of these rumours is something else altogether.
Scott Morrison’s appearance on Insiders yesterday drove home a truth. The Coalition is out of ideas, and as a Liberal voter, I feel poorly.
A rom-com fantasy fulfilled, a classic switcheroo and a refusal of a tasty pork pie. The question remains. Who enacted revenge this week in Auspol?
Welcome back to TrumpFact, a measure of the administration, sans coloured opinion; just the black and whites of absolute facts. You judge.
Last week’s 18C issue had a rather galling postscript, with the Libs confirming that the push was an attempt to grease the wheels of One Nation voters.
The PolitiScope podcast dissects the next great social question of our time: should we implement a universal income moving forward, or will that push us back?
Hello all, and welcome to this week’s Current Affairs Wrap. We’ve had terror in London, a faint heartbeat from Obamacare and a unique tribute to Harmony Day from our PM.
Well, much like Highlander, there could only be one… One #AusPol topic this week, that is, as 18C drunkenly steered RMS Political Discourse awry.
With Ivanka having the ear of the President, I do not believe we should focus on nepotism. I believe we should look at her clashing political views.