With the NSW election upon us, I believe we’re choosing between two parties – one that has a proven track record in keeping their promises, and one that doesn’t.
As it stands, many are calling for Fraser Anning to be kicked out of parliament. However, if we want to be inclusive, we mustn’t use our political powers to do it.
Despite his vow to never enter politics, Julian Burnside will run against Josh Frydengerg, a move emboldened by the LNP’s “irreconcilable” policy.
While the Pell verdict has split the nation, scoring it as a win for our political station needs to stop.
The sight of a noted critic of Rodrigo Duterte being placed under arrest bristles the senses. However, if you look deeper, the truth becomes obvious.
Last night, Bernie Sanders announced that he will be contesting the Presidency in 2020. Disappointingly, America doesn’t seem to care.
‘Whataboutism’ might have been born in the Soviet Union, but it is a valuable tool to bludgeon another in an internet argument. It is also comparable to sticking your fingers in your ears and going nnnnaarrrrppp.
The noise against North Korea and Venezuela emanates from Washington. That should be the point to remember.
Don’t believe the hype, there’s a very very good chance that the Democrats will squander their opportunity to topple Trump at the next election.
The Coalition is pushing the message that changes to the “wealthfare” tax system will see the ALP rob at-risk pensioners. This is moronic, and what’s worse, we’re paying for it.
Britain may be quickly approaching the worst possible outcome for Brexit, but a more united brand of democracy is already on the rise: crowdfunded politics.
I started writing this back in August. I’ve long believed that Trump has been part of a Russian ploy, even if he knows it, or not. Tinfoil hats at the ready!
This morning, Donald Trump visited Iraq. While we may nitpick at his reasons why, the fact that that war is still raging should drag our focus.
We’re all living it, but the idea of a compelling fiction has long overtaken the concept of dour fact. The only way out, is stepping further into the circles of Hell.
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.
Ashleigh Raper felt that she had to keep quiet about what happened between her and Luke Foley. Often, saying nothing is the only option we have.
While a Trump superfan mailing bombs to his opponents might be a visceral example of division, we are split down similar bipartisan lines.
According to the ABC, a group of white nationalists joined the NSW Young Liberals back in May. Is it an outlier, or does it represent where we stand as a nation?
It has been said that millennial women are at the helm of some of the most transformative social movements in recent memory. Having met them, I have to agree.
This week, we saw the people stand against the commercialisation of the Opera House. But one must believe that was a battle, in a war that still rages.
We can easily point at Donald Trump for stoking the fires, but it is the media that is equally to blame for such obvious political division.
Censorship, if left unchecked, can lead to brutality. This is the lesson I learned from those who endured the worst of us.