Garry Mallard examines the Greens hunting policies and uncovers some interesting double-standards.
Following the death of 18-year-old IS Recruit Jake Bilardi, Ugur Nedim charts the Victorian Police proposal and the potential faults within.
In a country where ‘life wasn’t meant to be easy’, Paul McMahon finds the issue of refugees very easy to understand but overly complicated by politicians and the media.
Paul McMahon wants to personally ask Tony Abbott to make clear decisions about the removal of citizenship for foreign fighters before more Australians are lost forever.
If government is supposed to be about nation building, Halifax Bennett marks down recent funding cuts to the Australia Council to a “triple D” rating – destabilising, devaluing and devolving.
David Kent on the great democratic lie: It is time to move from the traditional party system to a democracy represented by more, smaller, political parties
When Jahar Tsarnaev unleashed terror in Boston and the Western world was dragged into a more subtle era of political violence, Scarlett Hawkins watched on in horror as the face of terrorism changed.
After hearing ex-Prime Minister John Howard speak at the PwC #Budget2015 breakfast, Conrad Liveris’s take-way was that #Budget2015 was a political budget from a political government.
Mike Welsh is predicting that political polls are on the way out after the UK election results exposed them to be about as accurate as tea leaf readers…
Matthew Lawry reckons it’s time we had a dedicated conversation about changing the way we conceptualise drinking in Australia…and it’s one that should begin with the Government.
Daunting problems faced by Joe’s budget…presented by FridayMash.com
As Victorian Senator Richard di Natale is elected unopposed as the new leader of the Greens, Editor Paul Bugeja wonders why Adam Bandt and Sarah Hanson Young were overlooked.
After seven years of negotiations, Australia and Japan sign a Free Trade agreement (the JAEPA) that will have historic ramifications.
Despite Tony Abbott’s pre-election promise of a ‘no surprises government’, he has surprised Ross Stitt on a near-weekly basis, and not necessarily in a good way.
Not one to make outrageous statements, James Hennessy can’t help but take a shot at the Left as he watches its downward spiral away from its core beliefs.
Forced to navigate between his own beliefs and the aspirations of one of his besties wanting to become an MP, Toby Francis is no longer a ‘PUP’ when it comes to the vagaries of friendship…
Gary Condoseres has a quiet chuckle over how the Left may have won the meme battle against the Right leading up to the 2013 Federal Election, and yet still lost the war…