My Latest Twitter Updates

  • McMullan a wanted man: http://bit.ly/9fLNiZ – the Canberra Times continues its exploration of the ALP pre-selections in the ACT. #
  • @jamesmassola @jesswrightstuff Yes, nice yarns from both of you over past month. We rarely get anything like that from the Melbourne papers. in reply to jamesmassola #
  • The chance for a little passion, but it was not to be: http://bit.ly/cDB8uI – an intriguing article about the Stolen Generations apology. #
  • Interesting thoughts from William Hague, all but certain to be the next British Foreign Secretary: http://bit.ly/bhn3tl #
  • Australia welcomes China's investment, if not its influence: http://bit.ly/bDxeCh – frontpage story in Wash Post: http://twitpic.com/136h4a #
  • There are lies, damned lies and Greek statistics: http://nyti.ms/aDfY1k – a remarkable story of the fiddling of the Greek national accounts. #
  • It's not the same as "Gotcha!" .. RT @smurray38: the spirit of Lord Copper and The Daily Beast live on in NY Post http://twitpic.com/136kyw #
  • Palin 1 – Palin's Cunning Sleight of Hand: http://nyti.ms/bWTsRq – Frank Rich says the Democrats are ignoring the writing on the wall. #
  • Palin 2 – Why the Mainstream Media Loves Palin: http://tiny.cc/rTkgn – Politico writers argue the media has a symbiotic relationship. #
  • Palin 3 – Can celebrity translate into real political power? http://bit.ly/9GKTXn – Dan Balz (Washington Post) #
  • How Christian Were the Founders? http://nyti.ms/cfsXPa – a terrifying look at the fundamentalists' onslaught on US curriculum. #
  • Our Politics May Be All in Our Head: http://nyti.ms/cbLAkF – It may be the hard-wiring in our brains that determines our political outlook. #
  • How to learn about Australian politics?: http://bit.ly/bAAR7X – an unusual thread running on Whirlpool. Wincing, weeping, laughing, hoping. #
  • RT @WestWingReport: http://twitpic.com/137ceo – Feb. 14, 1849: first photo of a sitting President – James K. Polk by Matthew Brady. #
  • And more on President James Polk in this NYT piece: The Myth of the One-Term Wonder http://nyti.ms/cOennd #
  • They'll never forgive us… RT @arisharp: Pauline Hanson's had enough, now heading to Britain. http://bit.ly/bClxmQ #
  • Is John Brumby delusional? http://bit.ly/cOgV6I or is Antony Green right that Altona is a message but not a verdict? http://bit.ly/b2yVCe #
  • A prize-winning photo for Age photographer Justin McManus: http://bit.ly/aUI6Tx #
  • Managing Joyce hard task for either side: http://bit.ly/9ICVBG – Phillip Coorey has a good analysis of the politics of the Finance portfolio #
  • Rudd bursting with big ideas in foreign policy but is anyone listening? http://bit.ly/bMAdni – Daniel Flitton (The Age) #

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