Offering a uniquely Australian perspective on the US Presidential election

Following a series of Labor thought bubbles over the past twenty years relating to a second Sydney airport at Badgery’s Creek which have all gone pop, Bill Shorten is fighting back against Tony’s decision to actually do something about it by emitting a thought bubble of unprecedented dimensions. In order to minimise the risk of noise pollution Bill has proposed that only airships should be allowed to land there. Experts have dismissed the idea as a load of hot air.

The Weak in Politics

In this week’s edition of compelling insights into Australian politics Channel 9’s operations in Lebanon come under scrutiny and in particular whether the next series of one of their popular shows will be produced over there and renamed The Cell Block.

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