Mar 4, 20097 Comments
Who would dare to defend multimillion dollar executive remuneration? Why, Janet Albrechtsen, of course, writes Jeff Sparrow.
Mar 2, 20094 Comments
Black Saturday’s firestorm generated a propaganda wordstorm. Ideology masqueraded as analysis. Each faction claimed to speak for the dead but spruiked their own agenda, writes Frank Campbell.
Feb 27, 200912 Comments
The use of racist imagery to depict anyone should be just as unacceptable in Australia as it is in the US, writes Stephen Downes.
Feb 26, 20091 Comment
With so much riding on the director’s costly paean to God’s own; the DVD’s success if Fox will forgive us -- has become paramount, writes Ross Stapleton.
Feb 25, 20093 Comments
Even Rupert may difficulty defending paying his COO remuneration of US$147 million, a termination payment of at least US$29 million and a six-year motion picture agreement while News Corp shares plummet, writes Adam Schwab.
Feb 20, 20099 Comments
The glittering launch of The Spectator Australia magazine at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music last night ended farcically when a fire alarm went off, writes Ern Malley.
Feb 20, 20096 Comments
I have had dogs all my life and the dogs of my life are sort of markers to the stages of any life, from childhood to old age. Rocky, well Rocky, with some luck, will grow old with me, writes Michael Gawenda.
Ruth BFeb 19, 20094 Comments
The New York Post's editorial cartoon published in their 18 February edition has left a few in the media and blogosphere a little miffed. See if you can guess why.
Feb 19, 20099 Comments
My emotions, and the way I’ve been talking about them in order to deal with them, have been hijacked by the emotions of "the nation" and its faithful organ, the press, writes Peter Chambers.
Feb 18, 200910 Comments
The presumption of innocence is torn to shreds by the police. And of course the media is more than willing to play the game, writes Greg Barns.