December 6, 2007 2
Since time immemorial "the size of Belgium" has been the standard international measure of really quite surprisingly large things. But maybe not for much longer, writes Guy Rundle.
December 4, 2007 3
What can Brendan Nelson really be thinking about the position he's in now? That he will be able to hang on to the leadership for six years until the party is electable? Guy Rundle writes.
November 27, 2007 2
With the Liberal party falling in on itself , the knives are coming out for Howard. This is only one chapter in a comprehensive and delusional rewriting of history, writes Guy Rundle.
November 26, 2007 14
The Libs face years before anything can be regained and in terms of new leaders, they face only bad and worse choices, writes Guy Rundle.
November 26, 2007 2
The great thing about Saturday's result, no matter how far to the left one is of Rudd, is that the total dominance of Labor at both levels of government for a whiles to come, gives the opportunity to reshape the context of Australian politics, and the sort of values that are to be placed at the centre of life, writes Guy Rundle
November 23, 2007 1
With the polls static, people are resorting to the Latham-Albrechtsen thesis (a term hitherto reserved for questions of Prince Harry's biological parenthood) – the idea that people are using them to register a soft protest pseudo-vote, and everything's gone meta, writes Guy Rundle.
November 21, 2007 3
Angry, distraught people yelling abuse at TV broadcast of Howard victory speech. Is it a) Kooyong b) Higgins c) Australian DF Barracks Mess room, Iraq d) Yarralumla. Guy Rundle puts you to the test.
November 15, 2007 8
Over the past couple of years, Chris Mitchell's leadership has wrecked the reputation of The Australian, and for little benefit, writes Guy Rundle.
November 14, 2007 5
Lying is inevitable, but the trouble with being comfortable and relaxed about it is that it's corrosive not merely of trust, but of your own sense of reality, writes Guy Rundle.
November 13, 2007 2
Need to motivate your troops? Let Guy Rundle show you how.