Guy RundleJul 21, 201724 Comments
Turnbull's new mega-department is so driven by the politics of Big Fear that it would be impossible for Abbott to get to the right of it without advocating a generals-bishops junta for public safety.
Guy RundleJul 4, 201714 Comments
The more stable and difficult to disrupt Australian politics is, the more that 24-hour news platforms have to manufacture an atmosphere of crisis, to create new hooks.
Guy RundleJul 3, 20171 Comment
Maybe just maybe Quadrant online should not be hoping for acts of terrorism at the Wheeler Centre?
Guy RundleJun 30, 201720 Comments
Good investigative journalism is vital for a pluralist, democratic reflexive society. But whether a mass of the public believe it to be so is quite a different proposition.
Guy RundleJun 29, 201722 Comments
This is one of the tightest and most anti-democratic parliamentary systems on the planet. It's time to fix it.
Guy RundleJun 27, 20177 Comments
Governments that genuinely valued innovation, experiment and creativity would not only guarantee a place for something like Channel 31, they would extend its remit.
Guy RundleJun 23, 201756 Comments
That some teachers have to devote most of their attention to children with serious behaviour management issues is hardly news to anyone with a child in school, but there’s a curious veil of silence drawn across it.
Guy RundleJun 20, 201713 Comments
We are not far away from a different form of militancy, on the streets of Western cities, and people will be called on to make their political and moral judgements accordingly.
Guy RundleJun 16, 201724 Comments
Laurie Oakes was exactly right to do as he did and expose the cosy pollie-journo relationship inside the Canberra bubble.