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 itís 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.
ASICís ability to protect the public is compromised by a culture of confidentiality and by the fact that, as a government agency, it cannot publicly question current business practice.
Malcolm Turnbull has reached rock bottom and few now listen to anything that he says. No matter whether people are left, right, centre or swingers.
The Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan, told me that he never had any intention of allowing the shotguns to be imported. In other words, there had never been any intention of keeping to the bargain.
The dust is yet to settle on Brexit and Donald Trump's presidential victory but Australia's own deplorables are already out in force beating their chests.
A McKinsey & Co report released called 'Why diversity matters' revealed that companies with diverse workforces are 35% more likely to outperform their competitors.
Australian working class people have been mute because contemporary politics gives them no way of telling it.
An even clearer forerunner of Brexit and Mr. Trumpís ascendancy was the 1999 referendum on the republic.