Guy RundleAug 30, 201614 Comments
Whoever can reformulate their party in a way that promises some new synthesis of global vs communal, open vs closed systems, becomes the legitimate representative of modernity
Guy RundleAug 29, 20166 Comments
Crikey's correspondent-at-large examines some of the weird and whacky things our colleagues in the Fourth Estate have been writing about this past weekend.
Guy RundleAug 26, 201614 Comments
The Coles-Shoppies deal exposes the worst thing about the union movement -- and how a union for the workers has become an instrument of the bosses.
Guy RundleAug 23, 201623 Comments
New progressives wield their power through the culture, knowledge and policy production now at the centre of the economy. And they do it with much enthusiasm for extending unilateral judicial power.
Guy RundleAug 22, 201635 Comments
The Vietnam War was racist and genocidal at its essence -- and we cannot ignore that character any longer.
Guy RundleAug 18, 201613 Comments
The Trump movement is carried by a white working class, abandoned 20 years ago, and which has no politically significant space to occupy in post-millennial culture.
Guy RundleAug 17, 201623 Comments
This ressentiment-filled, white-skin crusade will not end well for Malcolm Turnbull. Nor will it end well for Australia.
Guy RundleAug 16, 201618 Comments
We are not "better than" the abuses at Don Dale and Nauru. Torture and brutality are who we are.
Guy RundleAug 12, 201614 Comments
It seems mathematically impossible for Donald Trump to win the presidency. What remains is the scale of the disaster.
Guy RundleAug 11, 201612 Comments
The dividing line of terrorism runs through the global Islamic State movement -- not around it. A must-read Crikey essay.