Elizabeth Humphrys

No Crap App: w/b 23 Feb 2015

Photo: Ellinghausen, SMH 27 Feb 2015

Liberal leadership (in roughly chronological order)

Triggs

Other thinkiness

By request, my posts for the week

No Crap App: w/b 8 Dec 2014

Pope, Canb Times 10 Dec 2014

Pope, Canb Times, 10 Dec 2014

Credlin free zone

What to do about Peta (not Peter)

Asylum seekers

Political profiles

Other thinkiness

By request, my posts for the week

No Crap App: w/b 27 Oct 2014

Bill Leak

Bill Leak, The Australian

Julie Bishop and feminism

National security etc

Federalism, GST etc

Political profiles

Other thinkiness

By request, my posts for the week

No Crap App: w/b 3 Mar 2014

Lobbecke, The Aust, 7 Mar 2014

Lobbecke, The Aust, 7 Mar 2014

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Qantas

Unions & jobs

WA Senate election re-run

Commission of Audit

Asylum seekers

Government & opposition

Political profiles

Other thinkiness

No Crap App: fortnight beginning 21 Oct 2013

Pope, Canberra Times, 24 Oct 2013

Pope, Canberra Times, 24 Oct 2013

Coalition

Labor

And more ….

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No Crap App: w/b 3 Dec 2012

Illustration: Ward O'Neill, AFR 8 Dec 2012

Illustration: Ward O’Neill, AFR 8 Dec 2012

Policy conundrums

Reform of the Labor Party

Politics

Media

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No Crap App: w/b 13 Aug 2012

Pope, Canberra Times 15 Aug 2012

The week that was…

As reflected in the links below, this week was dominated by the asylum seeker issue.

Some attention was also given to Abbott’s tendency to play fast and loose with the facts.

There was also a number of interesting think-pieces, which I’ve collected for you to enjoy and ponder.

Asylum seekers

Abbott

Food for thought