Bernard Keane November 24, 2017 2 Comments
While insisting that Labor is the party of higher taxes, the government plans to hike taxes far above the levels even of Tony Abbott's government, let alone Julia Gillard's.
Bernard Keane November 21, 2017 50 Comments
The distraction of floating tax cuts won't disguise that the Prime Minister's lack of judgement has destroyed his leadership.
Bernard Keane November 20, 2017 12 Comments
Despite a major victory with the marriage equality plebiscite, Malcolm Turnbull faces a difficult end-of-year sitting of parliament -- which he's now delayed.
Bernard Keane November 17, 2017 5 Comments
If the government can stop obsessing about itself for five minutes, it might realise it can't keep pretending wages growth is just around the corner.
Bernard Keane November 15, 2017 47 Comments
Tony Abbott's legendary capacity for negative campaigning was a total failure in the marriage equality postal survey. Without that, he's got nothing.
Bernard Keane October 26, 2017 57 Comments
If Michaelia Cash is telling the truth about being lied to by a staffer over the AWU raid scandal, she shouldn't be fired.
Bernard Keane October 25, 2017 4 Comments
A Senate inquiry appears to have become the platform for one family's war on a bank.
Bernard Keane October 13, 2017 4 Comments
If there's meaning in Twin Peaks: The Return, it lies in the meaninglessness of existence, and how we can best cope with it.
Bernard Keane October 11, 2017 33 Comments
Keeping track of Tony Abbott's views on climate change can be a tough task. So we've assembled the most comprehensive list of climate positions since the days of Julius Caesar and Jesus of Nazareth.
Bernard Keane October 11, 2017 17 Comments
If kicking the politicians out of policymaking is good enough in monetary policy, why isn't it good enough in energy?