This morning, we shook our fist at the possibility of Malcolm Turnbull ripping us off. Every time we see his face, it should serve as a warning – we’re being distracted.
Yesterday, the nation discovered the Malcolm Turnbull tapes, where our ex-PM panned his contemporaries. This morning, we found more.
Well, it’s nonsense again, as Malcolm’s proxy won Malcolm’s seat, the NRA took aim at logic (and missed), and the good people from Apple made their products cheap and indestructible.
With Scott Morrison jumping ahead in the preferred PM race, I suggest we focus on the culture of automatic criticism that pervades our politics.
Cec Pitt, one of the greatest natural talents in fake news, discusses the vital role of political assassination in a modern democracy.
Well, it’s a diet of insanity again, as yet more details of the spill emerged, Levi’s will now solve America’s gun violence problem and a gainfully employed man took time off work to explain his job.
In front of our eyes, we’ve seen our politics devolve into the pursuit of revenge. But just how sweet is revenge, and how long will we see it last?
We’re still drowning in the spill, but we can chuckle before it kills us, right? No? Welcome to an all-spill edition of Winners and Losers.
I’m going to be frank. The political nonsense at home and abroad has pushed me to this point. I’m entering a detox until election day.
Malcolm Turnbull has a massive problem to navigate, as the sharks will invariably return to finish him off. A solution does exist, but it calls for bold action.
In the wake of Emma Husar stepping down, Bill Shorten is feeling the heat from the other side of the room.
Everyone is currently losing their mind over Malcolm Turnbull handing over $444 million to his corporate pals in the name of the Great Barrier Reef. But, maybe we don’t get it.
Super Saturday might have favoured the ALP, but the after effects are being felt elsewhere, as Malcolm Turnbull must now quickly regroup.
With the Longman and Braddon byelections around the corner, the leaders of both parties have strangely gone for the same ‘underdog’ strategy.
Today Malcolm Turnbull took the extraordinary step of calling on the Pope to sack an Archbishop. If he’s now involved in this issue, this should be his stance.
Throughout the entire Sarah Hanson-Young discussion, two voices were missing. Mr Turnbull, Mr Shorten, your silence against women was noted.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull railed against an ALP attack that claimed his tax breaks will help himself, claiming that he earned everything he has. History points the opposite to be true.
While Optus’ World Cup coverage has been poor, it is their peerless level of incompetence that has given us all something greater: Peace through War.
Over the weekend we discovered that the Coalition wants to privatise the ABC. While that won’t happen, something else is at play.
A return to the Golden Day of Television, a spot of viral marketing and the grumblings of a questionable constitution spotted #AusPol’s Leopard this week. So, who won?
A dessert with an appetite, a very childish narrative and an uncomfortable truth make the ingredients for #Auspol’s rancid turducken. So, who won? No-one. Duh.
The Medicare levy was the largest revenue measure in last year’s budget, but with it gone, what does it mean for tomorrow?