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Caro’s flotsam and jetsam: spite and payback edition

It’s payback time, as Australia’s politicians and commentators set about being mean-spirited and spiteful. In response, our writer decides to come over all Marxist.

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‘A political organisation that employs journos’: how Fox sets the agenda

A new book sheds light on how Roger Ailes and Fox News have created a culture of intense fear — and then capitalised on it. So what do we learn about News Corporation and Rupert Murdoch?

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Journal of Record: Bridgegate revives faith in reporting

The scandal of the politically motivated traffic jam on the world’s busiest bridge shows just how important local reporting and regional newspapers still are in the digital age.

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A bridge too far? ‘America’s governor’ may have flattened prez hopes

Has Chris Christie blown it? The Next Republican President of the United States has been hit by humiliating political scandal and a nagging sense he’s simply not fit for the White House.

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Rundle: notes from the American election that didn’t much matter

Americans love voting, they do it every year. This was a near of not much doing, but the results could spell an interesting fight in 2016. Yes, 2016.

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With Christie and Palin out, Republican field looks set

America’s Republican Party this week took another big step towards settling on a presidential candidate.

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A job well done

Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Treasurer Wayne Swan have done a good job in turning this week’s Canberra tax forum into a political non-event.

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New Jersey turns a deep, dark shade of purple

If people still bought newspapers in America, they’d be reading about a Republican resurgence today, with the Republicans winning their first election in New Jersey since 1997.

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