In an extraordinary turn of events, the extent of the bullying within the Liberal Party was illuminated for all to see.
Despite us being a secular country, our religious PM is set to enable a raft of discriminatory laws last seen in the fires of the marriage equality debate.
At the time of the rebellion, Darwin was little more than shantytown of the lost and the deliberately missing. But it was the escalation of beer prices that was the match which set last straws alight.
With Scott Morrison jumping ahead in the preferred PM race, I suggest we focus on the culture of automatic criticism that pervades our politics.
At the recent funeral of John McCain, the media fawned at George Bush showing off his more sensitive side. No. He’s a warmonger, and we should not forget that.
The Australian prime minister was an endangered species long before we did politics at the edge of a knife. You’re no Frank Forde, ScoMo.
He might act like he belongs there, but in actuality, Scott Morrison is only warming the seat.
Scott Morrison has vowed to handle it internally, but the bullying during the spill that placed him in power should be openly discussed in the public forum.
A new study suggests that the overwhelming majority of us believe our politicians are corrupt. Bitterly, the figures are trending in the wrong direction.
The uprooting of the Turnbull government has revealed the wriggling species of Australian, ‘the patriot’. Short on logic, but long on using nationalism to advance themselves, I suggest we salt the earth as we move forward.
The name on the door might have changed, but the challenges those stranded in our detention centres haven’t. So, Mr Shorten, Mr Morrison. What is your plan to solve this issue?
It certainly seems that the official line in Australia is a fear of the other. Despite a new government in power, the message remains the same.
Our new Energy Minister is the man behind the NEG’s collapse, and a firm denier of climate change. There might be new faces at the top, but the message remains the same.
The Coalition’s worst Newspoll a decade should make it clear. Our brand of self-serving politics is now beyond our tolerance.
While we now know who makes up the Morrison government, a couple of surprises remain. Including one Peter Dutton.
The hammer has fallen, and the deed is done. We have a new PM. But what can we learn from Scott Morrison’s performance in the past?
We didn’t get Peter Dutton as PM, but we did get a clone of Malcolm Turnbull in ScoMo. After all the mess, all the hurt and all the sniping, what have we won?
We’re still drowning in the spill, but we can chuckle before it kills us, right? No? Welcome to an all-spill edition of Winners and Losers.
In an effort to keep Turkish ideals strong in migrants, President Erdoğan has instituted weekend schools. But all is not what it seems.
While Malcolm Turnbull took the climate based NEG off the table to save his leadership, we can look overseas as an example of how to move forward.
Malcolm Turnbull has a massive problem to navigate, as the sharks will invariably return to finish him off. A solution does exist, but it calls for bold action.