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Guy Rundle

Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle  — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle is correspondent-at-large for Crikey. He's a former editor of Arena Magazine and contributes to a variety of publications in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Freedom warriors find the needle in the strawberry pit

Freedom warriors find the needle in the strawberry pit

The symbiotic love between freedom warriors like Rita Panahi and an all powerful police state are perfectly clear.

The fight for heritage is so much more than it seems 

The fight for heritage is so much more than it seems 

Our sites of power and authority — the parliaments, courts and cathedrals — remain, while vast amounts of what made up the best parts of people's lives vanish without trace.

Calling all apostles: it's time to make Australian political history

Calling all apostles: it's time to make Australian political history

The Liberal Party, the single most successful stable electoral party in Australia’s history, may really be coming apart. Who will build something new in its place?

Ostentatious religion could make a bad situation worse for ScoMo

Ostentatious religion could make a bad situation worse for ScoMo

Morrison's public appeals to religion have made it difficult for him to get back into the likeable suburban dad demeanour. And the right commentariat aren’t helping. They still think they're fighting the '60s/'70s culture war.

The undying liberal myth about Trump's presidency

The undying liberal myth about Trump's presidency

You don't have to be crazy to have voted for Trump, no matter how much the left-leaning knowledge class wants us to believe.

Serena Williams cartoon is evidence of News Corp's failing culture war

Serena Williams cartoon is evidence of News Corp's failing culture war

Mark Knight's cartoon was unmistakably racist, but the bigger story here is how News Corp Australia's unique brand of racism is embarrassing the company's global brand.

The classical-music-loving Communist who changed Australia

The classical-music-loving Communist who changed Australia

Laurie Carmichael has died, the trade unionist who was for decades driven by one big idea: that Australian labour could not simply bargain for "more" but had to transform the conditions of life and society to create better jobs, better conditions, better lives.

What's really at stake in the Steve Bannon New Yorker furore (hint: it isn't free speech)

What's really at stake in the Steve Bannon New Yorker furore (hint: it isn't free speech)

The numerous controversies surrounding Steve Bannon's media appearances, including on our own Four Corners, have little to do with free speech.

Palaszczuk quashes liberties in the name of liberty

Palaszczuk quashes liberties in the name of liberty

The Queensland government handicapping the KAP over the Fraser Anning fiasco is a flash of the exact fascism they claim to be fighting.