Guy Rundle May 10, 2017 18 Comments
Amanda Vanstone's Monday column in The Age manages to be the worst thing in the paper, a ramble about Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
Derryn Hinch May 4, 2017 1 Comment
Including also, scenes from a bong-throwing competition.
Guy Rundle May 3, 2017 12 Comments
The trouble is that these contentless outrages are lit up in a society whose main problem now is a lack of shared meaning.
Guy Rundle April 28, 2017 31 Comments
The "ferrdom!" brigade do not appear to have realised -- or perhaps do not care -- that any attempt to enforce a set of "national values" around Anzac, has, as its by-product, a reinforcement of the idea that the state could and should be co-opted into doing so.
Bernard Keane April 28, 2017 24 Comments
It is apt that we've commemorated an unprovoked attack on a Muslim country in 1915 with unprovoked attacks on Muslim women. Anzac Day is about enforcing a white, imperialist narrative.
Charlie Lewis April 27, 2017 7 Comments
Free speech is amazing, unless it's a greenie protest, then it's terrorism.
Crikey April 26, 2017 12 Comments
Anthem rewrite ... F-35 good at one thing ... lest we forget past marketing stuff-ups ...
Irfan Yusuf April 26, 2017 29 Comments
This concocted mass debate, like those before it and those to come, shows that we, as a nation, have no bloody idea about our values.
Crikey April 24, 2017 3 Comments
Misusing Anzac ... jobs and plagiarism ... Amber Harrison the 'wrong' girl ...
Bernard Keane September 9, 2016 18 Comments
RUOK Day is the latest addition to the liturgical calendar, where the same comment pieces are written (and "taken down" on social media) and nothing ever changes.