Shakira HusseinFeb 24, 20171 Comment
For a secret movement ostensibly trying to take over Australia, the stealth jihad seems to have an awful lot of public screw-ups.
Glenn DyerFeb 24, 20172 Comments
A dull evening of programming results in I'm a Celebrity taking out the top non-news spot.
CrikeyFeb 24, 2017
What we're reading: on the Milo bus, the unsolved murder of Elizabeth Andes, turning the tide on colonisation's cruel third act, politics and the English language, and Centrelink and suicide.
Glenn DyerFeb 22, 20173 Comments
It's a mixed bag.
Guy RundleFeb 22, 20174 Comments
It's an endlessly fascinating question as to whether Oriel, Planet and the leader writers are hypocritical or simply stupid and confused, unable to accept the real contradictions of the right's liberal-conservative fusion.
Glenn DyerFeb 22, 2017
An easy win for My Kitchen Rules, while Married at First Sight stabilises.
Glenn DyerFeb 21, 2017
Seven gets a lift, while Ten can't overtake an underperforming ABC.
Feb 20, 20177 Comments
Channel Seven did not hold a story about Jeff Kennett to "placate the premier", writes former Seven Network executive Laurie Patton. But the ABC saw something nefarious in the decision, and won't be swayed by facts.
Guy RundleFeb 20, 20175 Comments
You know you don't want to have to read The Australian on the weekend. So we've done it for you.