One instance of getting medieval, the elimination of two enemies and a brazen attempt to fondle the national jewels. Pretty standard, #Auspol. For shame.
Morning! What happened while you were dozing? Well, Abbott restarted his Civil War, Suicide Squad broke records and we’re winning at Rio. Say what?
Our Editor-in-Chief lived a life completely devoid of political thought – until one night in September when a broken table changed everything.
Papers gleaned from the desk of a Greens Senator clearly shows which environmental policy the Turnbull Government is set to cut, as JKL explains.
With our new Step-Dad-PM Malcolm Turnbull here to stay, Sam Blacker wants to know when we should start calling him “Dad.”
As Tony Abbott carried on with his solution to the refugee problem, Lachlan Dale ponders on what to do with our new Abbott problem.
With five Prime Ministers in five years, Roger Pugh proposes an elegant solution, getting them back on the streets and becoming useful again.
With Malcolm Turnbull set to appear at the UN climate change summit, Lachlan Dale wonders what the Prime Minister can hope to achieve.
Jordan King-Lacroix looks at the Turnbull Government and is troubled by one thing – the complete lack of a political scapegoat.
Lachlan R Dale looks upon the new political landscape Turnbull has carved, and explains that for the Left, that outrage is no longer enough.
With Tony Abbott gone, his decision to allow 12,000 Syrian refugees into the country remains; Rob Idol thinks congratulations are in order – for ourselves.
Now that Tony Abbott has lost his position as Minister for Women, Bronte O’Brien (in between fits of hysterical wailing) is searching for Australian women’s next leading man.
With the #libspill now over, we’re recapping the important points; Social Media’s best zingers. (The ones we could print)
Lachlan R. Dale analyses our new PM Malcolm Turnbull’s words thus far and speculates on the reversal of attitude for the Liberal Party.
Roger Pugh ponders whether it might be time for Tony Abbott to return to his former career, where his tendency to be unpopular could kick goals.
In the two-year anniversary of Tony Abbott taking office, TBS sees the true meaning behind his tenure – the rebirth of our nation.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap tackles the PM’s plan to investigate parliamentary entitlements, the awkward Abetz family past, friction in the Holy Land and the ongoing Trump funnies.
Looking beyond the current groundswell for same-sex marriage, Steven Barnes points out for our future in the region, Barnaby Joyce’s recent comments makes sense.
It’s all about acronyms this week in Michael Burrill’s current affairs wrap, although sadly the one dominating the news, ISIS, is looking extremely bad news for Iraq.