Yesterday, Peter Dutton blamed the Flinders Street attack on the Muslim community, the ALP and the openness of our borders. Fear might split us, but we’re better than that.
An unwanted bedfellow, a trip up a river on a floating cocktail bar and a lame attempt to be bad blackened the eye of #AusPol this week. But who won?
Julian Burnside has long been a critic of Peter Dutton, but now he’s placed his considerable weight behind the candidate that looks to topple him.
It’s been a bit of a complex week. It seems that Donald Trump will not visit Australia, Peter Dutton is above the laws he enforces and someone hasn’t seen Back to the Future. Crimes, all.
With Dutton defending his au pair decision as an act of “common sense”, I think we can all take a leaf from his book. We need to visit the other side of our logic.
While we now know who makes up the Morrison government, a couple of surprises remain. Including one Peter Dutton.
It was a rather transient week, with ScoMo moving to Kirribilli and Donald Trump’s lawyer moving to jail.
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.
A case of mistaken identity has seen Twitter harass a random dude called Peter Dutton. Fair play to the guy though, he seems to be a decent candidate. Other Dutton for PM?
Here we go again. Petter Dutton has once again challenged Malcolm Turnbull, Idris Elba claimed that he won’t be 007 and Phil Collins is set to arrive in January. Yay!
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.
The leadership spill culture in this country has spooled out of control. The fact that Dutton may challenge again is irrelevant, as again we’re left without a say.
Well, the leadership challenge plot thickened, NZ did bad and one New Yorker used Tinder to rip of ‘The Bachelorette’. Beware the ides of Pete. And Tinder.
The possible rise of Peter Dutton as PM is a horror that many can’t figure. However, it’s a reality that steps with the rest of the world.
What a week. We lost Aretha Franklin but we might gain Peter Dutton as PM.
The deportation program that has seen Kiwis returned home for a host of petty crimes has drawn vociferous criticism from the NZ government. But who is in the right?
A recent Dutton push looks to kick asylum seekers off their $35 a day living allowance to push them into the workforce.
In an effort to remove Peter Dutton from the conversation, one lobby group has renewed their war against his electorate. We spoke to the minds behind it.
Peter Dutton is again stoking the fires of paranoia, as it seems he’s keen to magnify the domestic powers of the intelligence community.
The news that police will soon be able to stop anyone at airports and ask for their ID was met with hideous criticism. However, the move seems to be grounded in logic.
In Dutton’s mind, he’s not a monster, he’s just ahead of the curve. In fact, unpacking the man, he’s our very own Joker.
In a rather inclusive exclusive, our Fake News cadet sat down with Peter Dutton to discuss her thesis. Make contain traces of falsehoods.