So long and thanks for all the fish
#auspol’s big purple blog has shut up shop again. Enjoy browsing our archives.
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By Kim on September 28, 2010
We really must be in a new paradigm when some people on Twitter end up thinking Sophie Mirabella speaks truly and I find myself feeling some sympathy with Stephen Conroy. But that’s perhaps by the by. I think one of […]
By Mark Bahnisch on February 19, 2010
What is with this dude? Tony Abbott bemoans lack of sex on campaign trail * Speaks candidly about sex life * “One of life’s greatest pleasures” * “Almost impossible on campaign trail” If you dare, you can “read more about […]
By Mark Bahnisch on February 1, 2010
Karen Brooks’ post on Tony Abbott’s now infamous interview with the Women’s Weekly is the best piece I’ve read about its implications. Read it here.
By Mark Bahnisch on January 31, 2010
Over at Gatewatching, Jason Wilson references Andrew Elder’s very good question about the Australian Women’s Weekly being a graveyard for politicians, and asks another good one – given the magazine’s truly huge readership, were Tony Abbott’s comments ill advised? The […]
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By Mark Bahnisch on November 9, 2009
Former Australian Democrats Senator Andrew Bartlett has announced he will be contesting the federal seat of Brisbane for The Greens. That’s my local electorate, and I’m looking forward to an interesting contest! Antony Green has much more. He points out […]
By Kim on October 7, 2008
There’s a really fascinating post at scatterplot from sociologist Tina Fetner. She reports on research with Bob Andersen just published in the American Journal of Political Science. Their interest was sparked by a sudden shift in Canada and the United […]