Rarely does any politician travel overseas for truly international aims. Most of the rationale is that the trip will play
Containing a good argument within a tweet is tough. The trouble with Twitter is that it encourages MPs, and anyone,
Research this week showed that negative campaigning by the Presidential candidates is polarising support for and against. It’s a demonstration
There’s a lovely tradition of US Presidential candidates singing on the hustings. Why lovely? Because there’s nothing more natural, more
A cool article examining the come-back of Anthony Weiner made me think, what exactly are the steps for getting back
National’s spin phrase from the conference is: ‘determined’. The word is out, National will no longer be a shrinking violet.
Politicians have always known the power of symbolism, but the professional-era has turned it into an art form, where simply
In my piece on the unremarkable changes to ‘refresh’ the NZ Labour Party, I mentioned the shallow call from UK
Governments need people to take responsibility for the lives of themselves and others, because it connects community and saves money.
Labour Leader David Shearer has continued his grey emulation of the Tony Blair model with an attempt to change way