Humour is now part of the modern election campaign. Facebook and TikTok have become joke battlegrounds.
Labor's plan to scrap cash refunds on unused franking credits could change the game for some investors in Australian companies.
AWU boss Paul Howes is pushing for social privatisation of government infrastructure to improve our cities. Should the ALP take heed of his advice, asks Mark Rolfe.
Given the importance of the seats of Dobell and Robertson, the political parties should have done their utmost to get good quality candidates without troublesome baggage, argues Mark Rolfe.
The banks are howling in protest but the new levy on bank deposits is a good idea that should have been introduced in 2008, writes Ross Buckley.
While Kevin Rudd isn't infallible or a sure winner at the coming election, it will take more than the ICAC recommendations to knock him off his game, writes Marke Rolfe.
Perhaps the real question that the Labor Party needs to ask itself is what conditions need to be in place for any leader to succeed, writes Chris Styles.
Craig Thomson has been playing the media game all along, including his statement to parliment yesterday, writes Mark Rolfe.