Before you start believing our pollies and the mainstream media, have a look at the facts and figures to see if what they are telling you is the truth. You may be unpleasantly surprised.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will meet with US President Donald Trump in Washington DC this week. One of the discussions on the table will be to establish a regional joint infrastructure scheme between Japan, India, the US and Australia.
‘Jobs and growth’ was the slogan for the Turnbull government in the 2016 election race. And while there has been jobs growth — 400,000 new jobs in fact — wages remain stagnant.
Politics is a fickle game. A lot of promises are made…and almost always broken. With as many politicians as Australia has, you would think that anymore and we may as well be brawling.
Journalism, like politics, is a necessary evil. It keeps the public informed of what’s going on in the world. Journalism is the base of our sources. And now those sources look to be threatened.
When London’s Grenfell Tower caught fire in 2017, Australia responded by having its own audit and report of whether apartments within the nation contained flammable cladding. But…we haven’t heard much about it since.
It seems that every month, if not every week, diplomatic tensions between Australia and China become progressively more strained. In recent days, tensions have come to an all-time high.
In recent years, the rapid rise of political correctness has rendered self-censorship a necessity. As a democratic society, it seems odd that our freedom of speech is slowly being taken away from us.
When it comes to political party leaders, there’s no doubt that they are powerful figureheads. But they’re not elected by the people. They are elected by their peers.
Like Australia, the US, New Zealand and Germany all receive major direct foreign investments from China. And they aren’t happy about Beijing’s attempts to gain political influence.
Politics can be a fickle game. And elections are no exception. With the current stand-off between Canberra and Beijing, a letter was sent to the Chinese community of Bennelong.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have seen a surge in investors, and subsequently price in 2017. Now, as 2017 comes to a close, bitcoin has one more trick up its sleeve.
North Korea’s test site has come into focus after a report was released claiming that the area is a nuclear wasteland.
The Liberal National Party is proposing to fill the role of parents with a trial for a 10:00pm curfew for children under the age of 16 in Townsville.
Religious and spiritual institutions are increasingly concerned about the impact of artificial intelligence. In fact, there are already religions founded on AI technology.
Trump is signalling that it is time for the US and its allies, including Australia, to take action. No strategy in negotiating with Jong-un has worked thus far. And his arsenal will only become more lethal with time.