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Author Archives: Dan Rowden
Was Turnbull Right about Rudd?
In short, yes he was, but we may never know if his reasons were sound or not. Like so many other aspects of his political life, he may have done the right thing by accident.
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized Tagged Rudd, Turnbull, United Nations Secretary General 1 Comment
The Parlous State of Oz Political Journalism
You’d think the Wizard would have it sorted by now that he can’t control the Elphaba narrative if he doesn’t exercise proper superintendence over the flying monkeys and make them work even harder at those keyboards …
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized Tagged journalism, Politics Leave a comment
Well, that was depressing.
The election result, that is. Then again, I suppose that’s only true if you voted Labor, Greens or any of the progressive minor parties or anyone that came nowhere, much like the progressive minor parties. For Coalition voters and members … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized Tagged Coalition, Election 2016, Labor, One Nation, Senate 1 Comment
Yes, Labor can win an election in 2016
For months now it’s seemed as though the Labor Party’s political fortunes rested on factors almost entirely out of its control, i.e. the fortunes of the Coalition. Shorten seemed to many to be a dud, a mistake not of their … Continue reading
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The New Politics of the Right
The Federal Election of September 7, 2013 was one fought on a psychological rather than policy battlefield. Policy matters were almost an after thought, a distraction from the real game in play. It was all about hearts and minds. Of … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Australian Independent Media Network:
There are lately some Labor supporters who are expressing a somewhat fervent hope that Australians will face, at some point in 2014, a Double Dissolution election, brought on by whatever trouble Labor…
The hyperbole and histrionics that is Bob Ellis
Warning: for the sake of ease of language the following opinion piece utilises a simplistic model of the Left-Right dichotomy of the Australian political landscape. The political vanguard that is the commentariat of the Internet-Left is always swift to jump … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged Abbott Government, Andrew Bolt, Australia, Bob Ellis, Coalition, Ellis, Gillard Government, Labor, Papua New Guinea, Peter Reith, Piers Ackerman, Tony Abbott Leave a comment