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Cost-of-living Crisis is the Dragon the Australian Government can’t slay

Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra At a White House briefing last week, Joe Biden’s press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, was asked whether there’d been any thought of postponing Anthony Albanese’s state visit because of the Middle East conflict. No, she said,… Continue Reading →

The Albanese Government’s Death Spiral: The Loss of All Credibility

By John Stapleton Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will be touring Australia this week promoting the “Vote Yes” campaign for the Referendum for constitutional recognition of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, prior to the vote this coming Saturday, 14 October. Problematic… Continue Reading →

A Public Relations Disaster: The Wind Farms That Ate Australia

By John Stapleton The Albanese Labor government is in a death spiral, suffering savage reputational damage from its highly divisive and failing campaign to change the Referendum and establish an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. It has been desperate to distract… Continue Reading →

The Albanese Government’s craven desire to bolster the alliance with Washington

By Allan Patience: University of Melbourne. Pearls and Irritations. When will Australians realise, as former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating has been unerringly consistent in arguing, that they are part of the cosmopolitanism and complexity of Asia, and not a Western… Continue Reading →

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese Meets with Bill Gates

With TOTT NEWS There are hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Australians who regard Bill Gates as little better than the devil incarnate; as the world’s Vaccine-Profiteer-In-Chief a man who belongs not in his private jet but in a… Continue Reading →

Stellar first week for Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese but tough months ahead

Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra. Anthony Albanese had expected the election might be a week earlier than it was, because last Saturday would bump up against Tuesday’s Quad meeting in Tokyo. But Scott Morrison wanted maximum time to try to… Continue Reading →

The corrupt Coalition gone, PM Anthony Albanese confronts the immense Challenge of Repairing Australia

Michael West: Michael West Media. This is a great result. The tired and corrupt Coalition government has been turfed out despite the billions in public money wasted in bribing Australians for their votes, despite the relentless propaganda of the government’s… Continue Reading →

Australia Goes to the Polls: An Election fought on the Political Low Ground

Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra. Australian voters will go to the polls on May 21. The government enters the battle trailing the opposition 46-54% in the latest Newspoll, conducted after the budget, with Morrison and opposition leader Anthony Albanese virtually… Continue Reading →

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