Cathy AlexanderSep 17, 20137 Comments
Tony Abbott reckons he just can't room for more than one woman in his 19-member cabinet, so Crikey has done it for him. Check out our fantasy cabinet, which has four times as many women. You're welcome, Tony.
Cathy AlexanderSep 13, 201359 Comments
It's become the hobby du jour in Leftie ghettoes to hate on Sophie Mirabella as she struggles to hold her seat. Mirabella's crime? She is apparently annoying and unlikeable. Let's stop and think about that.
Bernard KeaneNov 30, 2012
Stephen Conroy has unveiled the first stage of the government's response to the Convergence Review.
Shakira HusseinSep 20, 201218 Comments
Articles by various Muslim writers this week have displayed differing impulses, sometimes within the same article. I'm hedging my bets and trying both.
Bernard KeaneApr 29, 201297 Comments
The Gillard government has been, in policy terms, a good one. It's not up there with the Hawke-Keating or early Howard governments, but its economic management has been better than both
Shakira HusseinMar 29, 20122 Comments
Tony Abbott's proposal to provide taxpayer-funded rebates to subside the cost of nannies made me roll my eyes, but not much more. It's Tony, after all - I don't expect any better from h
Richard FarmerOct 12, 20117 Comments
Showing Australia the way. My eagle-eyed colleague Glenn Dyer spotted this on the Xinhua
Richard FarmerOct 10, 2011
The buck passing on public hospital funding is well and truly back. The Tasmanian government last week announced it would cut more than $60 million from its elective surgery budget over
Richard FarmerSep 23, 20113 Comments
There was always something strange about the combination of the Queensland Liberal and National parties into a single Liberal National Party. The interests and beliefs of city and count
Richard FarmerSep 13, 201119 Comments
So suppose Labor does take the plunge and sack another Prime Minister: who would the party turn to? Yesterday morning's Nielsen poll puts a strong case for Kevin Rudd's return but the b