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Feb 3, 2012

Bernard Keane's month in politics

Welcome to Bernard Keane's political analysis of the last month in Australian politics, now with added video. This is a new monthly series (catchy name suggestions welcome), with the Ja

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Welcome to Bernard Keane’s political analysis of the last month in Australian politics, now with added video. This is a new monthly series (catchy name suggestions welcome), with the January edition kicking off with a discussion of the car industry, trust in politics and the Australia Day Tent Embassy shemozzle.

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20 thoughts on “Bernard Keane’s month in politics

  1. Chris Johnson

    When you put it this way it all makes so much sense; it’s just that I lose it when it plays out live. More discipline required!

  2. Mike Jones

    The doggy people have something, but I suspect it should be a Saint, Bernard – to extract us from the avalanche of ordure that slides down Capital Hill every day.

    Also to bring some fortifying liquid refreshment.

    Sit, Bernard, shake hands, roll over. Good Boy !

  3. Michael James

    Rather than a ‘Daily Dump’ given its frquecy perhaps a ‘Monthly Movement’.

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  4. paddy

    Never mind a catchy name Bernard. You’d have a lot more “gravitas”, if you delivered the monthly sermon, with a whippet sitting on your lap. 🙂

  5. daveb

    Bernard’s bookshelf.

  6. klewso

    “Keane’s Razor”? (cuts through crud)
    “Keane Cut(s)”?

  7. Bray Stuart

    But props for using the Kentucky Fried Movie’s “Take him to Detroit” clip …

  8. cmagree

    Love this – it’s sceptical and witty without being a cynical, values-free calling of the weekly Canberra footy match.

    Come to think of it, it could do with some more info on what the Greens have been up to (which is quite a lot, as usual). Every good dish needs its Greens!

    And the segment definitely needs a more scintillating name!

  9. Lord Barry Bonkton

    Bernie’s Blog

  10. Grover Jones

    Oo, I love the mustard angle!

  11. tido wales

    “The mustard wrap”

  12. Lambikins

    I think you need to work on the set. An open fire, slippers, lap dog that sort of thing

  13. mattsui

    KeeneGatsu

  14. Jack Dempsey

    Keane’s Mustard

  15. Werribee Duck

    Bernard Keane’s Month In Politics.

    The Month In Politics

  16. klewso

    “Keane on Politics?”

  17. Grover Jones

    Keane’sian Politics

  18. Dae Levine

    some suggested names for vidpodcast: “I’m Keane”, Keanesian Economics (i know that would be better if it were always about economics, but isn’t politics oft focused on it – or should be?), Monthly Mosh, Bernard’s Eye View.

  19. Clytie

    Name for podcast: “Keane to know”

    😉

  20. tido wales

    “publicly soiling yourself and blaming it on julia gillard”……heee

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