Defending marriage by avoiding battle

Abbott contemplates the next move.

A wise general does not fight a battle, if he can avoid it, except under conditions of his own choosing. And so with Abbott.

By Gary Scarrabelotti

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Bring on The Bloke

Abbo is a perfectly normal fella.

By Gary Scarrabelotti

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Kevin Rudd’s record as PM speaks for itself

“Leadership requires more than an unusually elevated dose of political vitamins: it requires a disciplined intellectual framework that can shape an understanding of the past, underpin mastery of the present and guide the search to enlarge the future.”

By Henry Ergas | The Australian | July 13, 2013

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Kevin Rudd and The People

Australians still unconsciously ‘dips their lid’ to a ‘guvna’.

By David Kehoe

Kevin Rudd’s return to the prime ministership raises again the question of why he is so popular with a significant section of Labor and swinging voters.

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Kevin Rudd’s Damascus road reversal

No soaring intellect – just hen-pecked, lonely and desperate to be a player.

Ditch the switch: why Rudd is wrong on gay marriage | by Michael Cook | The Drum | May 23, 2013

 

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