Guy RundleFeb 10, 20178 Comments
Pi.O. wears the uniform of inner-city artists I remember from the '80s, op-shop suit jacket and jeans, but he has the attitude and approach of what someone once called the "four grey-suited men of modernism", writes Guy Rundle.
Guy RundleFeb 9, 201742 Comments
Increasingly, the excluded classes see science as abstract, alien and oppressive.
Guy RundleFeb 7, 201740 Comments
Don't be too quick to dismiss the prospect of Cory Bernardi's new party. He is not an idiot, and there is a receptive market for his brand of conservatism.
Guy RundleFeb 6, 201723 Comments
It is a strange day, indeed.
Guy RundleFeb 3, 201726 Comments
The call to such action falls neither equally nor fairly, but fall it does.
Guy RundleFeb 2, 20172 Comments
He was a judge in the notorious "Hobby Lobby" case, among other things unlikely to please progressives.
Guy RundleFeb 1, 20176 Comments
Things change fast in Trump's America. His refugee ban and other orders will end up in the Supreme Court -- and Democrats probably can't keep Neil Gorsuch out forever.
Guy RundleJan 31, 201729 Comments
Were this to be happening in a small and faraway country -- downgrading of the judiciary, staged confrontation between wings of government, takeover of the security apparatuses -- you'd have no trouble naming it as a coup d'etat.
Guy RundleJan 30, 201744 Comments
Protesting at the airport is not going to work, and it is not going to win you any hearts and minds.