The DemocraticParty rules committee meets this weekend. Will this be the Obama moment, asks Guy Rundle?
Will a former White House insider's book hurt the Republicans? asks Guy Rundle.
Well, a week is a long time in the death of politics, and never close the book on anything, but let it be noted that this is the week that Hillary finally became invisible, writes Guy Rundle.
If Indecision '08 merely runs in the grooves of red state-blue state culture wars that have gone before, then Obama may as well give up now. Consider from worst to best for Obama, writes Guy Rundle.
Suddenly, everything happened at once, writes Guy Rundle.
John McCain is a weddings-and-funerals Christian and taking the endorsement of Pastor Hagee was simply a bit of obeisance to the Christian right, writes Guy Rundle.
Hillary has to take down Obama's high-profile supporters. Assassination is one thing but how the hell did she give Ted Kennedy a brain tumour? Guy Rundle writes.
Barack Obama came out on the steps of the statehouse of Des Moines Iowa tonight. Here, almost six months ago, he landed his first big upset win, reports Guy Rundle.
It's like waiting in for the electrician. Nothing interesting is going to happen but nothing else can be done until the bell rings, writes Guy Rundle.
Last week's California Supreme Court decision on gay marriage hit on a couple of big news days and Americans are beginning to realise what a bombshell it is, writes US correspondent Guy Rundle.