Bill Shorten is in trouble. Lagging behind Turnbull as preferred PM, we thought we’d help him out. And by that I mean help us out.
Roger Pugh from Down Under Current is thinking ahead to those refugees fleeing the Trump presidency and thought he’d help them out a bit.
Traditional owners of our land set to join blockade of Shenhua Mine if approvals are met, writes new TBS contributor, Mick Daley.
Alexandra Tselios likes what she sees in Carly Fiorina, but feels she needs to be more consistent to be relevant. And to stop making videos.
Following Barnaby Joyce’s visit to Indonesia, Max Walden believes him to be our best hope in patching our tattered relationship with our biggest neighbour.
Entering this country as a migrant, Ingeborg van Teeseling outlines the disappointment she faced; and what we will if we don’t value Immigration.
After Turnbull’s reaction to the Parramatta shooting tragedy, Rob Idol looks at the stark change in attitude toward solving security issues.
We’re confused by Labor’s criticism toward Julie Bishop’s decision to bring her beau to work. We’re with her, and we have a plan #westandwithJulieBishop
Brand new TBSer, Sean Carmichael, explains how Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s move to appoint Jamie Briggs is an astute one.
Roger Pugh argues the only way to guard against the prospect of Australia being “Trumped” is to accept nothing less than the PM we deserve.
Jordan King-Lacroix spoke to the director of EcoPeace, Gidon Bromberg, who plans to improve the Jordan river and in the process, help to heal tensions in the area.
Lachlan R Dale looks upon the new political landscape Turnbull has carved, and explains that for the Left, that outrage is no longer enough.
Chetna Prakash was taken aback by Turnbull’s promises of change; it was the first time she heard positivity from an Australian Politician.
Lachlan R. Dale analyses our new PM Malcolm Turnbull’s words thus far and speculates on the reversal of attitude for the Liberal Party.
After experiencing two years of Tony Abbott’s government, Lachlan R. Dale elucidates the reasons why we may have reached a new low-point in Australian politics.
Rob Idol dissects the advantages and disadvantages of our politicians operating alongside us in the social media realm.
Rob Idol reckons the Greens, with their new leader Richard Di Natale, may hold the key to solving some of our grey political issues.
Donald Trump is now the leading Republican presidential candidate. Exactly how did this happen? Rob Idol has a theory.
Twelve months out from the next election, both the Coalition and Labor are facing the same leadership issues, as Rob Idol explains.
After an unsatisfactory conclusion, Ugur Nedim questions the effectiveness of the ALRC inquiry into the impact of new laws on our civil liberties.
After researching the candidates to take Bronwyn’s place, Jordan King Lacroix can only see one man with the necessary skills – Clive Palmer.