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- The Question of Question Time
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2019 Federal Election Response
Please note, this is essentially an ethical ‘analysis’ of the campaign and election, not a serious political one. There is much to flesh-out on that score and with a great deal of luck I may have the time and energy … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized Tagged Coalition, election, Labor, Morrison 2 Comments
The Question of Question Time
We all know Parliament Question Time is a bit of a joke, right? You can get that perception from merely watching people live-Tweeting it. Lots of teeth-gnashing, hand-wringing and beating of heads against walls. There’s little doubt it needs reform, … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized Tagged Coalition, Election 2016, Labor, Parliament, Question Time, Speaker 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
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