Guy Rundle September 19, 2017 66 Comments
Honest John has re-emerged to help bolster the case against marriage equality. But will it work?
Guy Rundle September 15, 2017 11 Comments
Murphy was no radical socialist, but he was a fighter, for equality, for progressive political change, and for elected government against shadow operatives.
Guy Rundle September 13, 2017 26 Comments
In attempting to keep Liddell going, Turnbull’s government has gone to war against every single principle of capitalism and the free-market.
Guy Rundle September 12, 2017 20 Comments
Does the fact that it’s a same-sex hate fuck remove the force of non-consensual sexual violence? Kind of but not really.
Guy Rundle September 8, 2017 41 Comments
There is a sense, palpable and here now, that mass culture will die out with the baby boomers, with gen X.
Guy Rundle August 29, 2017 51 Comments
The question remains as to why the ABC ever thought Tom Switzer would be appropriate to present such a show in the first place.
Guy Rundle August 28, 2017 12 Comments
Following the US movement toppling statues commemorating controversial historical figures, Guy Rundle, argues that our own Australian iconoclasm exposes the right's lack of imagination outside of their ossified Anglo-Celtic past.
Guy Rundle August 22, 2017 34 Comments
While the Yarra and Darebin councils' decision to stop honouring Australia Day has the best intentions at heart, encouraging councils to act unilaterally could ultimately backfire on the campaign for an indigenous treaty.
Guy Rundle August 21, 2017 5 Comments
Intentions and outcomes are often divergent, as can be seen in these mix ups along the same-sex marriage campaign trail.
Guy Rundle August 21, 2017 23 Comments
Steve Bannon's departure marks the end of considered policy making in the White House, however nefarious. The directionless remains could be a threat not for what they can get done but for the political void they create.