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“Give Us Another Shot” Says Man That Had Twenty Years To Prepare For His Last Shot

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Former prime minister Tony Abbott has today issued a warning to the government, saying the Australians he has been talking to, who mostly live in the entitlement belt of North Shore Sydney, are “sick of politicians” and encouraged people who hate politicians to take it out on the bloke who took his job. Speaking to 2GB yesterday, Tony...

Derryn Hinch Reveals He Too Has Been Slut-Shamed By Senator Leyonhjelm

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says she has received support nationally and internationally, after declaring she has "had enough of men in using sexism" for intimidation. Hanson-Young says she feels as though Senator David Leyonhjelm was "slut shaming" when he told her to "stop shagging men" during a heated argument about violence against women. Senator Leyonhjelm could face a parliamentary...

NT Intervention Praised For Success In Keeping White Kids Out Of Juvie

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Former Prime Mininsters Kevin Rudd, John Howard and Julia Gillard have met over a coffee today to congratulate themselves on not listening to the critics and persevering with the Northern Territory Intervention during their respective governments. "Fair shake of the sauce bottle" said Kevin Rudd. "This blanket approach to resolving a made up paedophile rinh was under a lot...

Bill Shorten Overtakes Barrie Cassidy For Deepest Forehead Creases In Australian Politics

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Labor leader Bill Shorten has this week been recognised for having the most defined forehead creases in the Australian political arena, after finally knocking off media personality and former forehead heavyweight Barrie Cassidy. Cassidy, a veteran Australian political journalist, as well as a radio and television host and presenter and commentator for the ABC, gracefully conceded defeated on Twitter...

Boring Deputy Prime Minister Needs To Threaten To Kill Someone’s Dogs Or Something

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT As we near the back-end of the Malcolm Turnbull's first term as an elected Prime Minister, the possibility of another federal election looms in the peripheral of all politicians, and some voters. After a chaotic twelve months of citizenship scandals, Chinese collusion and workplace affairs, each and every federal MP appears to be doing whatever they can to reaffirm...

Albo Visits Parish Priest To Ask Forgiveness For What He Is About To Do To Shorten

LOUIS BURKE | Culture | CONTACT With the first cloud of steam of the election season rising to the surface, shadow infrastructure minister Anthony ‘Ablo’ Albanese visited St Brigid’s Catholic Church in Marrickville, to ask Father Erick for forgiveness for what he is about to do to his party leader, Bill Shorten. Witnesses report seeing Albanese enter the church for confession at approximately 11...

Pauline Hanson Considers Ripping Into Asians Again In Last Ditch Effort To Save One Nation

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT In the face of One Nation's imminent collapse Pauline Hanson has told party members that she is considering going back to her roots, and abusing Asian immigrants. "I don't know. That seemed to work a few decades ago, and there's even more Asians here now. Maybe I should drop a few 'swamped by Asians' on Sunrise a couple times...

Water Under The Bridge: Kevin Rudd Finally On Talking Terms With Estranged Nephew Xavier

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT After cutting all ties with his politician uncle during his second stint as Prime Minister, Australian singer-songwriter Xavier Rudd has been photographed making amends to their strained relationship over coffee. Speaking to the media from his surf town hub of Caloundra, after being chased out of Byron for punching a 63-year-old surfer in November last year, Xavier says his...

“Everyday Australians Are Sick Of Relatively Organised Political Parties” Says Hanson

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Following the news that her last remaining Senator is not doing anything she tells him to do, Pauline Hanson has today declared she will continue to act in the interests of everyday Aussie battlers, who hate seeing political parties achieve things. "Everyday Australians are sick of this" she said. "After the Rudd, Gillard, Rudd years. They are starting to feel...

NBN Boss Says People Using The Internet May Be The Leading Cause Of Slow Internet

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has identified online gamers as a major cause of congestion on the network, stating if it wasn't for them using the internet, the internet wouldn't be as slow. Morrow says that NBN Co is "evaluating" slowing down or limiting downloads for users during peak times in order to overcome these fixed wireless congestion...

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