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No Crap App: Blogging Special

blogging No Crap App’s Blogging Special – featuring a selection of the best posts on federal politics in December 2014

No Crap App: w/b 17 Nov 2014

Knight, Herald Sun 17 Nov 2014

Knight, Herald Sun 17 Nov 2014

Apologies for the lack of No Crap App last week.

PUP, FOFA, Lambie etc

China FTA/G20

Labor

Political profiles

Other thinkiness

My posts, by request:

 

 

 

 

 

No Crap App: w/b 16 Jun 2014

Campbell, Canberra Times 18 Jun 2014

Campbell, Canberra Times 18 Jun 2014

Budget

Senate

Coalition

Labor

Other thinkiness

 And my posts for the week:

 

 

No Crap App: w/b 14 Apr 2014

Lobbecke, The Aust 17 Apr 2014

Lobbecke, The Aust 17 Apr 2014

NSW

Federal Budget

Labor

Policy issues

Political profiles

And here’s my posts for the week:

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No Crap App: 24 Dec 2012 – 6 Jan 2013

Rowe, AFR 22 Dec 2012

Rowe, AFR 22 Dec 2012

Quality Australian political writing is thin on the ground this time of year, but not missing altogether. Here’s a few pieces to get you thinking over the weekend.

No Crap App: w/b 10 Dec 2012

Moir, SMH 11 Dec 2012

Moir, SMH 11 Dec 2012

FM radio pranksters

Ashby v Slipper

Economics

Senator Assange

The political year that was

Psephology

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No Crap App: w/b 16 Apr 2012

The week that was….

Three weeks into the five week break before Parliament resumes, the media swarmed yet again to the story that required the least effort. Some called Hockey’s ‘entitlement’ speech refreshing and encouraging, others called it ‘courageous’ and an unnecessary distraction. Meanwhile, blogger Matt Cowgill’s post showed that big cuts can only be made from safety net welfare payments.

Amongst the quality pieces on the Greens, there are some insightful posts from bloggers with connections to the party.

By the weekend, many writers had turned their eye to the economy and the Government. GrogsGamut’s regular Wednesday post explained how government debt and interest rates have no connection.

There was also an excellent longer read from Mark Latham explaining why suburbanites are climate change deniers.

Hockey’s speech

The Greens

The economy

Longer read