The biggest fear in the aftermath of the Sydney siege is that some anglo-Australians will use the event as an excuse to attack local Muslims.
Collectively the Big Four banks made almost $30 billion in profits last year, almost enough to cover the government’s budget shortfall. Shame the notion of a super-profits tax wasn’t considered by the Murray Banking Inquiry.
Who is Daniel Andrews? Well, he’s the new premier of Victoria. The only thing voters knew was he has nothing to do with Tony Abbott.
The Queen managed to avoid being beheaded by Jihadists on Remembrance Sunday, but she’s still looking a bit upset about new coins being minted in which she has clearly aged – perhaps from the worry of it all.
A Fairfax opinion poll shows that 20 percent of voters want Tony Abbott to lead the Liberal party. Still, it could be worse. He could be Joe Hockey – we really don’t like him, it seems. But the longer Abbott remains in top job the more harm Australia does to the planet.
This week’s Balls Radio kicks off with the alarming news that a woman in Brisbane doesn’t have Ebola, with the number of Australians without Ebola expected to increase roughly in line with the birth rate.
Christopher Pyne can look to hike up university fees to reduce the government's funding commitment, but shouldn't he also be looking at the massive salaries of University Chancellors, with several earning more than a million dollars a year.
We’ve all become so paranoid about the Islamic State that politicians are now using the Burqua (they actually mean Nijabs) as an excuse to speak out against the broader Muslim religion. Calm down people, it’s a piece of clothing!