With Britain going to the polls, The Somniare backs the Liberal Democrats. They are the only internationalist, economically sensible, centrist choice to choose from. Continue reading Our View: Vote Liberal Democrat
Before you close this article, convinced it is simply some exhausting, conservative and populist argument about Turnbull supposedly dropping his liberal party’s principles – press on ever so slightly. When Malcolm Turnbull quite popularly ascended to Kirribilli House, voters knew him as a principled … Continue reading Australia’s political Right: stopping the desertion of the Liberal party
Well here we are, on the precipice of something truly unpredictable and immensely impactful. Who would have thought we actually made it? If it feels like its been more than a year… it has been more than a year, but … Continue reading The Bellwethers: What to watch for and expect as America votes
Corbyn is killing the Labour Party. Despite a doubling of membership to over 500,000, it appears this reinvigoration of Britain’s left wing has been misguided and unrealistic. While its seemingly positive that young formerly apathetic socialists are becoming politically active, their … Continue reading Tory lead increasingly insurmountable
This Saturday millions of Australians will go to the polls. Nationally, the latest polling puts the Liberal National Coalition in a solid position for the vote. Most national polling puts the L/NP ahead at 51% to Labor’s 49% after preferences … Continue reading Seats to watch as Australia votes
Australia is a robustly ‘centrist’ nation. Governments and leader which can pull their party close to the centre typically last longer. Yet a divide is forming. The chasm between the now growingly conservative Liberal National Coalition and Labor Party which … Continue reading The hunger for a moderate alternative
It’s really been a tumultuous week on George Street. The past few days have seen a Queensland Labor government visibly desperate to take action, after stumbling into government on the 31st of January last year. Queensland is stagnating; productivity and construction … Continue reading Labor takes a poor first crack at governing Queensland
There is no question that violence is an issue for Brisbane’s nightlife. But the laws supported by the Palaszczuk government, pioneered by Stafford MP Anthony Lynham are not the approach to take in a Western liberal country. Forcing businesses to … Continue reading The problem with lockout laws
With the spill concluded, labelled as “the coup” by mainstream media, what seemingly lies ahead is a long election year campaign. Of course the Turnbull surge has begun to show in said polls. The preferred prime minister numbers are telling, … Continue reading Turnbull on steady rise, but Government set to shy away from early poll.
I leave France on the Thalys train to The Netherlands after a stressful experience at the station. As I spoke to the people about current affairs one that arose was the unpopularity of PS (Socialist) President François Hollande. The reasons … Continue reading Fighting socialism avec socialism in France: Ep 2 of EU calling.