May 20, 20089 Comments
It’s amusing (or sickening, for those with weak stomachs) to have pensioners stripping in protest, but this is a powerful lobby group that is, courtesy of our demographics, growing remorselessly, writes Bernard Keane.
May 19, 200816 Comments
What looks very much like Turnbull-camp leaking has killed off hard-won Liberal momentum, writes Bernard Keane.
May 19, 20081 Comment
It's hard to say who might have offered the Greens free coverage, neve mind when or why, writes Bernard Keane.
May 16, 2008
Brendan Nelson’s deeply self-contradictory Budget Reply last night leaves Australia stuck without a credible Opposition, writes Bernard Keane.
May 16, 20081 Comment
For those listening to Radio National’s Breakfast program early this morning, Bob Brown made an extraordinary claim, writes Bernard Keane.
May 16, 20087 Comments
One of the original sackees in the Lib blogs scandal has kept more or less every email he has ever received during his time in the party, and has enough ammunition to scare plenty of people, reports Bernard Keane.
May 15, 200811 Comments
A distraught Brendan Nelson this evening confronted the Rudd Government, writes Bernard Keane .
May 15, 20081 Comment
The Liberal-National merger is being portrayed by Lawrence Springborg as unstoppable, but Queensland's federal Liberals disagree, writes Bernard Keane.
May 15, 2008
Special Minister of State John Faulkner has amended the Government’s new Register of Lobbyists requirements to address industry concerns, writes Bernard Keane.
May 14, 20087 Comments
Earlier this year, the Prime Minister used declarations of bipartisanship to play Brendan Nelson off a break. Last night, it was Malcolm Turnbull's turn, writes Bernard Keane.