After an eternity of negotiations with universities around Australia, the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation seems barely any closer to finding a true home.
If the "bring your coal to work" incidents don't convince you that question time needs a shake up, the Fatman Scoop tributes will.
Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is set to push for support for its tax cut package ahead of the Senate's first sitting day tomorrow, and Kerry O'Brien makes an impassioned call to action during his Logie Hall of Fame induction. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The activist group spent $10 million targeting high profile hard-right candidates in this election. Now the Coalition is asking: was it worth it?
Gone but unfortunately not forgotten, Tony Abbott still has a few options in his eternal mission to remain irritatingly close to the centre of public imagination.
Steggall's win against Abbott should have felt like a revolutionary occasion, but it's been somewhat of an anti-climax.
As the results rolled in through the night, careers ended and shocks abounded as Labor's expected win vanished.
There are the two realities that Abbott forever inhabits — the messianic protector of Western civilisation, and Australia's great clanging embarrassment.