If incitement to insurrection doesn’t qualify a President for impeachment, I don’t know what would.
The American articles that I wrote this year give me the greatest pleasure, as I now explain.
I put Nixon and Trump together as failed Presidents and two men who left the White House disgracefully.
Americans don’t elect their President. They merely participate in the choice of presidential electors, who then elect the President. Here’s why I believe we’ll meet President Biden next week.
My prediction today is largely opinion poll induced but supplemented by my own instinctive feel for the Queensland situation. And let me look at the results for the Kiwis and the ACT.
In my article last month, I called the New Zealand and ACT elections. Are my views still the same?
Who will Trump nominate to replace US Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg? And how will this impact his chances for the election?
The ACT election and the New Zealand election will both be held on 17 October. And then there’s Queensland and the USA. Here are my predictions.
There are 5 elections over the next few months and I’ll start with one up north and go through each one after that.
The Australian Electoral Commission does an excellent job when politicians allow it to administer a voting system that’s decent and honest.
I have made two predictions this year, and my third is a probability statement between McBain and Kotvojs. The result may even define who remains Labor’s leader.
In my opinion ‘A Bigger Picture’ is the best of the post-prime ministerial autobiographies, but that doesn’t mean its criticisms are unjust.