Alan Kohler

No Crap App: w/b 18 May 2015

Rowe, AFR 23 May 2015

Rowe, AFR 23 May 2015


Asylum seekers



Political profiles


By request, my posts for the week

No Crap App: w/b 12 May 2014

Pope, Canberra Times 16 May 2014

Pope, Canberra Times 16 May 2014

Selling the budget

Econofacts and the Budget

Lies and broken promises


Other thinkiness

And my posts for this week:

No Crap App: w/b 29 Apr 2013

Rowe, AFR 3 May 2013

Rowe, AFR 3 May 2013



Longer read

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No Crap App: w/b 6 Aug 2012

David Rowe, AFR 10 Aug 2012

The week that was…

This week both sides of the political divide sought to establish policy debates before parliament resumes next week. Almost counterintuitively, Abbott chose freedom of speech as his battleground while Gillard chose electricity prices. Grateful journos and commentators gleefully ran with both in an otherwise slow news week.

Towards the end of the week, political binoculars turned to the Spring parliamentary session, the end of which is traditionally the time to knock off an ailing leader.

Meantime, those interested in political journalism wondered how the media can note, even admire, but not challenge politicians’ manipulation of the truth.

Freedom wars

Electricity wars

Killing season approaches

Political journalism

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