Weary voters turn to party of Mexico's past "The party that ruled Mexico for decades with an autocratic grip appears to have vaulted back into power after 12 years in opposition, as voters troubled by a bloody drug war and economic malaise gave its presidential candidate, Enrique Peña Nieto, a comfortable victory."
Monday, July 2nd
Carbon tax talk about the cash, not the climate "So - it's happened. Australia has put a price on carbon emissions, and depending on who you are, you'll be marking this first business day of costlier CO2 by doing anything from panic-stockpiling distilled water and beef jerky to ignoring the event completely." (Annabel Crabb)