Once the scourge of public servants, Bronwyn Bishop is now on the receiving end of the scrutiny she once dished out with relish.
Who's Australia's biggest media tart? From a shallow pool of talent relied on by media to comment on the issues of the day, a few names dominate the airwaves ...
Tony Abbott is feeling the pressure of his colleagues' expectations, and Kevin Rudd is reaping the rewards. Is this a reversal of the Rudd-Abbott match in 2010?
Every now and then, the Liberal Party tries to think of itself in philosophical terms, dedicated to smaller government and the free market.
Iin a political climate where people are craving leadership, and Australia’s productivity needs a desperate shot in the arm, advocating a tax swap should be opportune, writes Adam Creighton, a research fellow at The Centre For Independent Studies.
The tensions between Tony Abbott and Peter Reith have deep roots in recent Liberal history. The former minister's eagerness to prevent a return to "the Fraser years", unencumbered by the party presidency, will be fascinating to watch.
John Hewson takes a big swing at the role of the press in shaping politics. Plus the New York Times look to Rupert for paywall advice, Jack Donaghy walks out of 30 Rock and other media news.
That credibility gap between what the miners say and what they do just got $4.85b wider, thanks to the Queensland coal industry, says Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
Our pollies and media are too caught up in the colour, political point scoring and scare campaign of the climate change debate to focus on what we really need: strong policy to challenge climate change, writes ex-Liberal leader John Hewson.