Fires will be kindled to testify that two and two make four. Swords will be drawn to prove that leaves are green in summer…’ ...
My word she’s good.’ The comment is from the woman in the seat beside me at the Conservative Political Action Conference ...
As we’ve learnt over the past few years, there are many, many things that government can do. The list is almost endless. Yet ...
It was a humbling experience to attend a function in Canberra’s old Parliament House recently to celebrate the 50th ...
Dystopia has become reality. Not only are we living in a version of 1984, Richard Fleischer’s Soylent Green also looks set to ...
It was a new dawn, a new day, and a new North Korean missile test. The land of the morning calm – as South Korea is ...
We all know politicians love to hobnob with wealthy elites. Is it so far-fetched to imagine a cabal of premiers and their ...
At the end of last week, at an AI event in California, Elon Musk unveiled his latest project: a humanoid robot called Optimus ...
Europe is waking up. There have been small military scuffles over the years since the close of the second world war, and the ...
Even Liz Truss is trying to give King Charles III a hand, but if the new monarch isn’t careful, the climate apocalypse will ...
One of the more bizarre stories to have hit the headlines in recent days was the unsuccessful attempt by police to arrest 20 ...
Liz Truss’s government has taken a deserved pasting in the polls for its slapdash economics, but all is not lost for the ...