Politics
26 November 2008
Presiding Justice Calvert-Smith declared that a twelve month delay on sentencing requested by the defence in the sad...
International Politics
19 September 2008
Since the atrocities on 11 September 2001 Al Qaeda hasn't missed the opportunity of an anniversary to celebrate their...
International Politics
02 September 2008
The leaking of an MI5 report on violent extremism in the UK provided official confirmation of a conclusion that may...
International Politics
07 July 2008
No sooner than Hillary conceded to Obama then the US presidential campaign got underway in earnest and with it came the...
International Politics
03 June 2008
Having recently returned to planet earth from a ten day stop-over in Washington, it would appear as though Barack Obama...
International Politics
17 March 2008
In a particularly memorable statement that rather aptly summarized his central role in the first Bush presidency, Vice...
Politics
22 February 2008
Sometime late last year, amidst the premature furore over who the candidates for each party would be, someone thought...
North America
11 February 2008
In the midst of the inflated rhetoric, the hours of media coverage, the mind-boggling volume of money, the spats it is...
International Politics
21 January 2008
So, is everyone excited by Super Tuesday, or maybe you prefer Tsunami Tuesday, or Giga Tuesday, or the imperious...
International Politics
03 January 2008
If press coverage is anything to go by, today is Election Day in the United States. With the much anticipated arrival...
North America
07 December 2007
“You, sir, are an apostate!” So went my first media introduction to Mitt Romney – delivered as a question (well,...
Politics
03 August 2007
Winston Churchill once said that “the best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average...
International Politics
04 July 2007
So, apparently, it pays to be pals with the President of the United States of America. Well, duh. “Scooter” Libby was...