Conservative voters' chief expectation is that Liberal/National governments will be economically responsible. There was an expectation that they would put an end to the Rudd-Gillard spending-spree-driven deficits.
They are wrong and the nostalgia is misplaced. Howard failed conservatives as well as the rest of us. But he doled out so much cash that few noticed.
Turnbull can get the majority he needs by agreeing to bring in the people we need
Like a knight in shining green armour they’re riding over the energy landscape on a policy steed to save you ‘up to’ $370 per year.
The Angry Vote is growing throughout Australia and is doing so at an ever increasing pace as voters grow more and more disenchanted.
Lord Mayor and Queensland Premier Campbell Newman will be seen in hindsight as visionary for his legacy of road tunnels across Brisbane.
The WA election is between a government that is tired and an opposition that is not exactly fresh.
A weakened minority government facing an unpopular opposition presents a dream scenario for Australia's number one nineties nostalgia party.
Our governments are elected by the middle class to serve the middle class, so it’s hard to see how any of this is going to change.
It is an article of faith for propagandists that if you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth.
We find out whether we are in recession on the 1st of March 2017, and there are only seven sitting days in the Senate prior to this.
Looking to the historical records of democratic governments worldwide, we find many instances of governments acting within the law, but against the wishes and intentions of their people.