The Liberal Party ignoring the banking sector royal commission until after the election is borderline genius – or plain crazy.
You’ve been drinking again, haven’t you, the week that’s just past. I can smell it on you. You’ve been with that Piers Morgan again, haven’t you? You sicken me.
A stupid way to get fired, an offer of participation and a ruined commute stained the walls of #Auspol this week. Welcome to the fun-zone.
Hooray for stupidity. Christopher Pyne was quoted out of context, a teenager was arrested for doing the Macarena and Donald Trump’s latest venture is a hit in rural Germany.
Budget impersonations, schoolyard hijinks and tasteful semi-nudes. It’s been a fairly normal week in the rolling seas of #AusPol. Let us wheel out the participation ribbons.
A major trolling, the lack of welfare shown to welfare, and the damaging blowing of (hot) wind. So, who won the #AusPol biscuits this week?
Safe to say many a bad moon was on the rise this week, with North Korea’s threats of nuclear proliferation and the decriminalisation of public self-love. Heady days.
After the marriage equality decision, Rob Idol looks upon the recent history of democratic rule-bending and casts a no confidence vote.
Coalition begins with the letter “c”, and so does the word to describe the last fortnight for Joe Hockey, Christopher Pyne and some of the biggest banks in the world.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs wrap proves the old saying “Politicians everywhere but not a one I’d vote for”, with Vladimir Putin leading a field of many…
Trying to make sense of the Q&A protest, Karl Nicholas feels the way it was dealt with threatens both the principles of democracy and egalitarianism.
Adrian Barnes is sick of politics and has a lot he wants to say about it, but most of all he wants to stop shouting at his TV. Intrigued? Read on…