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Sweet Election Victories From The 1990s

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On water matters set to sink Morrison

It’s the end of the first week of the federal election campaign and, already, we have the mainstream media telling everyone within earshot that this [>>>]
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Captain GetUp: The lost avenger?

Some election campaigns are fairly straightforward. The prime minister sets a date, and both parties sell their policies. There’s a lot of talk about economic [>>>]
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Maths and media: where the election will be won and lost

It’s always unwise to make predictions about who is likely to win any election, but if Scott Morrison does end up on the victory podium [>>>]
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Budget 2019, The End Of A Zany Parliament And Waiting For An Election

Conventional wisdom suggests there are two types of Budgets: one that’s in surplus, and one that’s in deficit. But there’s also the Budget type that [>>>]
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Two polls, but both still show a wipe-out

There are two polls out today, one showing good news for the government, the other showing bad news for the government. How can this be [>>>]

NSW Election Wrap, Morrison’s Racism And The Big Issues Affecting Election 2019

The New Politics podcast, presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis – filling in all the gaps left behind by the mainstream media. The NSW [>>>]

Scott Morrison and racism

Fifty people. That’s a large number of people, and it’s still difficult to comprehend this is how many died in the Christchurch shootings last Friday. [>>>]
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The evil crimes of George Pell

George Pell has been sentenced to jail for a total of six years, after being found guilty of five charges – one offence of sexual [>>>]
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Corruption, The Cardinal And The Fine Art Of Lying

The New Politics monthly podcast, presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis – filling in all the gaps left behind by the mainstream media. There [>>>]
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Morrison slipping further away

The latest Newspoll from 5–7 March 2019 shows a drop in support for the Liberal–National Party to 46 per cent on a two-party preferred basis, [>>>]
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Scandal: Nothing to see here, please move on

One of the greatest take-away surprises from a visit to Parliament House during the House of Representatives Question Time for many people is the sheer [>>>]
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Is Morrison really back in the game?

Polls are polls, and elections are elections, but what can we read into the latest round of polls from the three main pollsters? Newspoll from [>>>]

Unhappy Holidays And Apocalypse 2019

The New Politics monthly podcast, presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis – filling in all the gaps left behind by the mainstream media. Listen [>>>]

Short changed by the banking Royal Commission

It’s always amusing to see senior politicians caught in the headlights and that’s exactly what we witnessed this week when the report from the Royal [>>>]

The media forgets how it destroyed Julia Gillard

We should never underestimate the ability of the mainstream media to employ double standards, engage in collective amnesia, and paint a rosy picture of the [>>>]

The Year of Living Incompetently: 2018 in review

2019 promises to be an exhilarating year in politics, with a federal election guaranteed before May 18, and an election in Australia’s largest state – [>>>]
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Morrison’s mix of religion and corruption ends a bad year

A terrible year for the Liberal–National Government has almost ended, but if there was any hope the final week before Christmas might offer some hope [>>>]

A Victorian Landslide, Men Behaving Badly And Government Survival

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The unknown Scott Morrison

It seems like an eternity ago, but it has only been three months since Scott Morrison became Prime Minister, during a week of madness from [>>>]

Wentworth History In The Making, The Politics Of Asylum Seekers And Selling A Prime Minister

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