When looking for someone decadent enough to refer a conspiracy claim in the Slipper saga to the AFP, Supergrub McTernan needed to look no further than the Member for Porn.
To the thousands who sent Xmas cards and gifts to Bob: Never, ever underestimate the good you have done.
Endemic corruption uncovered in Sydney Airport customs lends weight to Schapelle Corby's claims of innocence.
What Swan really said in his clearly uncomfortable Press conference today was that the time available to him to further cook the books had lapsed.
Defence force chief, General David Hurley, said yesterday the Federal Opposition policy to turn back asylum seeker boats won't stop people smuggling. Mmmm, now it's getting serious.
It appears McTernan will be working overtime as the shift in "refugee" costs to the foreign aid budget means Swan is still dreaming of a budget surplus.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
Justice Rares, in his latest judgment, decided to remove his shoes and socks and wade into the putrid pool of politics.
In ruling the Slipper case not go to trial, Justice Rares, said the reason was because it was "politically motivated". Mmmm, really?
What seemed like a harmless prank has gone terribly wrong and resulted in the death of a nurse, Jacintha Saldanha. Two creative kids will now be scarred for life and two others are now without a mother. So why must there be more to this?
Let me explain something to you, and I know you will read this:
Ms Gillard, have you, or your Office, been in contact with Bruce Wilson?”
“Not that I’m aware of”, was Gillard’s reply.
Interpreted from polispeak to an honest answer, her reply was, “Yes, I texted Bruce to see if our deal still held good, but not from my own phone.”