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'Root and branch' rejection of Labor's 2019 Platform would be a mistake.
by Tristan Ewins - 22/10/2019 - 15 comments
John Stuart Mill would turn in his grave if he was aware of Liberal policies on trade unions, charities, ........
by Tristan Ewins - 16/10/2019 - 31 comments
They can sense something awry in our intelligence system like a well trained dog sniffs out truffles.
by Warren Reed - 20/09/2019 - 3 comments
Can the Labor Party win back voters lost at the last election through changes of policies? Or will religious people see it as a suck up?
by Spencer Gear - 19/09/2019 - 44 comments
We’ve had decades of flailing around over energy policy
by Geoff Carmody - 11/09/2019 - 10 comments
Australians need to see Morrison practise his Christian faith with Priya, her husband Nadesalingam (Nades), with daughters Kopika, 4, and Tharunicaa, 2.
by Spencer Gear - 4/09/2019 - 65 comments
The Australian Labor Party – which promised a sweeping range of climate initiatives – recorded its worst vote in decades with just one in three votes. In the resource rich state of Queensland.
by Ross Elliott - 29/07/2019 - 9 comments
With 'institutionalization' you get up when you're told to; you eat when you're told to; you go to bed when you're told to.
by Tristan Ewins - 25/06/2019 - 28 comments
As the major parties and commentators seek explanations for the latest federal election results, they should re-visit the lessons of the 2004 federal election.
by Rick Brown - 14/06/2019 - 8 comments
Of course, factional power doesn't go away overnight and it was no surprise when the inaugural contenders in the first party-wide ballot for the Labor leadership were factional heavy-weights from the Right and Left.
by Tim O'Hare - 4/06/2019 - 6 comments
We are genetically wired to follow our leaders.
by Peter Bowden - 4/06/2019 - 8 comments
It's impossible to relive the past, but a better future can be forged. Australia is best served by two major parties whose 'inclusion' doesn't feel like exclusion for a vast swathe of voters.
by Kurt Mahlburg - 31/05/2019 - 11 comments

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