June 27, 2007
Less than four days into Australia’s sterling effort to be the first member of the 'Coalition of the Willing' to invade itself, and it looks as if the initiative is failing before it has even started, writes Guy Rundle.
June 25, 2007
Last week, the Howard Government imposed a de facto apartheid system on Australia. You may want to argue that this was necessary, desirable, a last resort, etc, etc, but first you have to acknowledge that this is apartheid, writes Guy Rundle.
June 18, 2007
The utter absence of anything resembling news in recent poll results has forced the pundits to start examining the nature and conditions of the vacuum, writes Guy Rundle.
June 13, 2007
Day three in The Australian’s increasingly whacky war on the "psychotic left" and so far it’s proving highly entertaining, writes Guy Rundle.
June 8, 2007
Well the London 2012 Olympics logo is finally here – and everyone hates it., writes Guy Rundle from London.
May 10, 2007
Two things happened in Iraq in the last 48 hours to indicate that the conflict in the country is entering yet another new phase, writes Guy Rundle.
December 20, 2006
Howard's carrots and sticks ... Qantas' iconic brand status underthreat ... Hamas ... the state of Australian cricket ... Guy Rundle's vivid imagination ...
December 19, 2006
Mel Gibson, out on the road stumping for his new movie Apocalypto – a bid to capture the all-important Mayan-language demographic over the holiday season – has told critics of his recent kerbside contribution to the Holocaust debate to "get over it". Guy Rundle couldn't agree more.
December 4, 2006
Denying cheap drugs to the global poor – on the spurious basis of intellectual property – is the worst thing that’s been done to the global poor for a century, writes Guy Rundle.
November 20, 2006
The blog revolution was going to change the face of media as we knew it, but now it appears to have got to the point Dylan was at when he did a deal with Starbucks, only thirty years quicker, writes Guy Rundle.