by BETTINA ARNDT – THE Brittany Higgins celebrity saga continues with the white dress she wore to a feminist rally being considered an addition to the collection in the Museum of Australian Democracy. But another key player in this circus isn’t doing…
by SEAN BURKE – NSW Opposition Leader Chris Minns’ carefully curated image of “nice and relatable” has been dealt a heavy blow by his own hand. The Labor premier-in-waiting last week exposed himself as little more than an “identity” politician after he…
by PAUL COLLITS – AN AUTHOR of my acquaintance has just co-written a book about Scott Morrison. A very good book (reviewed recently in Politicom), though not pleasant reading for members of the Liberal Party or Liberal voters. The author says he…
LABOR shadow minister Joel Fitzgibbon has spectacularly quit his resources portfolio after a Party room shouting match on Monday, further weakening Anthony Albanese’s grip on the leadership. The pair are reported to have had a mid-meeting verbal brawl which saw Mr Fitzgibbon storm out after saying he regretted not running for the ALP leadership.
HAVING triumphantly knifed two Labor prime ministers so far, Bill Shorten appears to have mistimed his latest attempt to knock off another ALP leader.
Seemingly convinced his Party would lose last weekend’s Eden-Monaro by-election, Shorten struck early by releasing his own “vision” for Australia – presumably believing struggling ALP leader Anthony Albanese would be mortally wounded on Saturday.
WHILE the Left continues to scream abuse at “racist” statues and cancel anything that hurts their feelings, their political masters this week were busy giving child rapists a free pass.
Labor and the Greens teamed up in Federal Parliament on Monday to reject mandatory sentencing of convicted paedophiles.
ANTHONY Albanese has downplayed alleged criminal behaviour within Victorian Labor by ignoring industrial scale “corruption” and instead focussing on “sexist and homophobic” comments.
In a blatant attempt to divert attention from allegations of branch stacking, taxpayer fraud, secret pay-offs and possible signature fraud, the blindsided ALP leader said he was appalled by the politically incorrect language used by ALP kingpin Adem Somyurek.
IT’S possible to believe Labor leader Anthony Albanese hasn’t had an original thought in is head. Apart from nicking most of Bill Shorten’s hard Left election policies, he’s also been known to copy other people’s speeches.
ALP leader Anthony Albanese continues to embrace Labor’s most shamefully unfair election policy while dodging questions about keeping it. Labor’s 2019 franking credit proposal was nothing short of legalised theft, specifically targeting low-income and elderly Australians.
TENSIONS are building within political parties as branches push back against yuppie recruits who believe taxpayers owe them lifestyle. Young people are increasingly using open aggression and underhanded tactics to force their way into paid political positions.