Pope, 3 Sep 2014
First year of Abbott Government
Mining tax repeal
Shorten and Labor
My columns and posts for the week:
Weekly summary and tagged Ben Eltham, David Marr, Fleur Anderson, Jacqueline Maley, Katharine Murphy, Laura Tingle, Lenore Taylor, Michael Gawenda, Michael Gordon, Michelle Grattan, Nick Feik, Peter Brent, Peter Hartcher, Peter Martin, Phil Coorey, Sally Young, Tony Walker on .
September 6, 2014
Press club addresses and election announcement
Weekly summary and tagged Andrew West, Antony Green, Barrie Cassidy, Ben Eltham, Geoff Kitney, Graham Richardson, Jack Waterford, John Wanna, Jonathan Green, Laura Tingle, Lenore Taylor, Michael Gordon, Michelle Grattan, Mike Seccombe, Norman Abjorensen, Peter Brent, Ross Gittins, Tim Dunlop on .
February 2, 2013
Shakespeare, SMH 18 Dec 2012
Polls, popularity and the 2013 federal election
Surplus or lack thereof
Other good reads
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Weekly summary and tagged GrogsGamut, Ian McAuley, Katharine Murphy, Laura Tingle, Lenore Taylor, Malcolm Farr, Michelle Grattan, Paul Kelly, Peter Brent, Ross Gittins, Tad Tietze, Tim Dunlop on .
December 22, 2012 1 Comment
Illustration: Ward O’Neill, AFR 8 Dec 2012
Reform of the Labor Party
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December 8, 2012
The week that was…
The Royal Commission was big news this week, with some suggesting the debate over the confessional was an unnecessary distraction. The Australian’s Paul Kelly criticised it for focussing only on institutionalised child abuse, when so much of it occurs within the home. Elsewhere, Irvine and Jericho did their best to improve our economic literacy, Dunlop and Green continued their dissection of the media, and some writers lifted their eyes past Christmas to the 2013 federal election. Also included is a longer read from Linda Jaivin on writing.
The Royal Commission
The 2013 election
Weekly summary and tagged Andrew Clark, Annabel Crabb, Barrie Cassidy, Geoff Kitney, GrogsGamut, Jessica Irvine, Jonathan Green, Kevin Bonham, Laurie Oakes, Linda Jaivin, Michelle Grattan, Paul Kelly, Peter Brent, Peter Lewis, Peter van Onselen, Poliquant, Pollytics, Tim Dunlop, Waleed Aly on .
November 17, 2012