This morning, a Newspoll illustrated that Scott Morrison was indeed the better PM. The reporting around it didn’t tell the full story, which is indeed a story itself.
The ALP’s push-back against the Liberal Party’s gun discussion has little to do with the greater good, and everything to do with political point-scoring.
With the racist dog-whistle firmly between their lips, Turnbull and Dutton have set the tone. It’s up to us to ensure our bark is less than our bite.
On Monday, Bill Shorten was roasted after not promising to end offshore detention. He’s the saviour by default – and I’m not sure the halo is realistic.
Fake News’ highly respected political correspondent Frank Rarely has just filed this exclusive report on the Batman by-election.
An unexpected comment, rattled chains beyond the grave and a rather awkies presser. Who musked themselves in #AusPol this week?
Donald Trump, Brexit, the rise of Pauline Hanson. That’s fine. However, if we continue this path of who’s complaint is loudest, I fear for the next election cycle.
Because there wasn’t an election yesterday, we’re running one. We’re going to make Times New Roman great again. Vote now!
Mornin’, Angle. What happened after the Sandman visited you? Well, a journalist live-tweeted the Istanbul attack, the Oscars got marginally less white and the Internet got cynical. Standard.
The rise of apathy towards both political parties brings great danger to our system, as we could easily see our own home-grown Trump.
The federal election is in full swing, with much to be promised – but don’t expect education to feature as strongly as it should.
Riding the rails of the campaign trail yesterday, our Prime Minister was mistaken for someone who checks the tickets. Oh, Malcolm.
After watching a recent video which showed Tony Abbott verbally abused on the street went viral, a Leftie has decided to apologise.
After the election was called yesterday, the Masked Liberal dropped over to our office. In the rain. Clutching a note. It was weird.
Good Morning! Wondering what you missed out on while you were asleep? Well, it’s a biggie. Congratulations Waleed. Malcolm, not so much.
It’s officially unofficial: the AusPol title fight is upon us. TBS is ringside with the tale of the electoral tape, to rate the two contenders for your voting pleasure!
Voters of the world rejoice! We’ve worked around the clock to count your votes, and the winner is…
With Will Smith announcing that he’ll be running for US President, TBS has exclusively analysed his first campaign ad.
Spittle, along with emotional abuse was hurled across the US Political landscape this week, so we’ve got DownUnder-current to explain the why.
With the confidence in both parties at grave levels, Jordan King Lacroix has a finger on the pale pulse of a new political movement.
Twelve months out from the next election, both the Coalition and Labor are facing the same leadership issues, as Rob Idol explains.
The re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu gave Israelis a PM determined to protect their nation, but what does the return of “Bibi” mean for the rest of the world?