In which notorious fifth columnist Pyne reveals his plans to "subjugate the white race" and "reprogram" Peter Dutton.
Obama's speech today announcing a 30,000-troop surge for Afghanistan methodically ticked off all the boxes on the list of AfPak talking points, says Shakira Hussein.
Rudd’s hardly the first politician to speak differently depending on the circumstances, writes Bernard Keane.
John Howard has had to retreat to the United States to defend his record, writes Bernard Keane.
Without advance warning or tips to friendly media, the second most senior man in the US Fed, Vice chairman Donald Kohn, has confessed that he and the Fed had not anticipated "the degree of deterioration that has happened over the last couple of weeks" in financial markets. Glenn Dyer reports.
Tired by a campaign which he says is “just so damn hard,” Kevin Rudd should be encouraged that there could be a job for him at the ABC if he doesn’t win -- as an autocue reader at Media Watch, writes David Flint.
The things that matter to some people. Margaret Simons and Gerard Henderson write.
It always seems to be a staff stuff up with Kevin Rudd. Christian Kerr looks at how the Labor Leader has handled the latest hiccup in his election campaign.
For a moment this morning I thought the party of Kevin "Me Too" Rudd had rediscovered principle. The Australian led its front page with a report that a Labor Government would speak out "consistently" against the death penalty. The rediscovery was not for long, writes Richard Farmer.