David Leyonhjelm believes that the Greens blaming cotton farmers for the Murray-Darling fish kill is lazy, easy and fundamentally incorrect.
2019 is an election year, but for those who have better things to do than follow politics on a daily basis, we need to have a little chat.
The media seem unwilling to use the word, but the St Kilda demonstrators are Nazis, plain and simple.
In documents cleaned from a dusty drawer in Canberra, the tale of how John Howard survived his budget (and inspired many more) is up for re-examination.
The new year is here, and just like the rest of us, our politicians have high hopes for 2019. Here’s what they hope to accomplish in the coming year.
Yesterday, Peter Dutton made his return. However, his noisy reemergence (backed by media outlets) should not make us forget the questions that still hang above him.
If there’s one thing we can be certain of in 2019, it’s that those in power have not a clue in what they’re doing.
Bill Shorten may well be the next Prime Minister of Australia. But in his credentials, and everything else, he comes up short.
Michael McCormack, the second-in-charge of the nation, completely failed to show leadership regarding the actions of Andrew Broad.
Scott Morrison’s pick for governor-general was as easy as it was predictable: An old white dude with military credentials. Women, take note, the boys club is very much alive.
Yesterday, Bill Shorten laid out his plan for Australia. It’s too bad we’ve heard it before. I fear they’re nothing more than LNP-lite.
In this country, voter education often comes too late. But what if we were to lower the voting age, the youth of today would be better educated for the challenges of tomorrow.
What a week. PETA jumped the shark, odd things were heard in space and our politics went to complete doo-doo.
Our trust in our politicians sits at an all-time low, and rightfully so. Both left and right have done nothing to cultivate trust from the electorate.
Scott Morrison believes that the populace has told him “loud and clear” to cut immigration. But what do we think?
Fake news correspondent, Cec Pitt, discusses whether the major NSW parties are applying sufficient due care and attention to selecting candidates for the state’s top job.
Our school kids skipping school to protest the Government’s inaction should be an example to follow. In fact, compared to the people who govern us, they seem like the adults
Current affairs this week: escalation in the Crimean peninsula, a racially motivated schoolyard assault, student protest against government climate change inaction, and further erosion for the Libs.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull faced criticism over the “Vote Tony Out” Instagram page. But with the Liberal party in its current state, I can’t help but feel it might be a good idea.
Journalists and trolls alike have struggled to define Scott Morrison’s leadership. I think I might have a clue, as I believe that he’s a friend first, boss second and entertainer third.
This morning, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison started a fight. Now, while it’d be entertaining to see them sort it out, I feel our focus should remain elsewhere.
While a Trump superfan mailing bombs to his opponents might be a visceral example of division, we are split down similar bipartisan lines.