Mark LathamOct 30, 201315 Comments
The factional warlords still run the Labor Party, despite Kevin Rudd's leadership reforms. In a new book, Labor's former leader argues the case for breaking factional power in the party.
Mark LathamApr 4, 201344 Comments
How can Andrew Bolt point to a graph as showing a "pause" in global warming, when it unequivocally shows the opposite? He's a propagandist of the highest order.
Mark LathamMar 18, 201317 Comments
Andrew Bolt certainly likes to talk about freedom of speech, but when it comes down to it, he only wants that freedom for those who agree with him.
Mark LathamMar 11, 201317 Comments
Money alone won't solve the crisis in Australian education, the former Labor leader argues in the current Quarterly Essay. Only system-wide institutional change will arrest declining standards.
Mark LathamMar 4, 201323 Comments
The former Labor leader is standing by his reference to Andrew Robb's mental health issues in a newspaper column last week. He says the Right-wing commentariat has no right to call for his comments to be censored.
Mark LathamFeb 18, 201318 Comments
The former Labor leader turns his attention to Daily Telegraph warrior Piers Akerman -- three errors in one sentence from his Sunday Tele column.
Mark LathamJan 31, 20135 Comments
How can the Sydney Institute's board turn a blind eye to the embarrassing ineptitude of its ageing executive director? Gerard Henderson deserves a well-earned break, of the permanent variety.
Mark LathamJan 30, 201316 Comments
Time to cast an eye on Gerard Henderson's latest critical efforts. The former Labor Party leader fact-checks the self-anointed media fact checker.
Mark LathamDec 10, 201215 Comments
The Australian's campaign against Julia Gillard, kicked along by its legal correspondent Chris Merritt, has descended into ancient history and smear. Former Labor leader Mark Latham investigates.
Mark LathamNov 26, 201231 Comments
Make no mistake: Andrew Bolt is Australia’s answer to Donald Trump -- a devastating commentary on the moral and intellectual decline of conservatism in this country, declares Mark Latham.