Crikey August 10, 2010 10 Comments
There's one thing nearly everyone can agree on when it comes to this election campaign. It's hollow. Devoid of meaning. Cancerous. What no one can reach agreement on is who's to blame.
Andrew Crook April 9, 2010 10 Comments
This week's Wankley goes to the all-male all-white launch of Melbourne Talk Radio at Gordon Ramsay's Crown Casino noshery. All male, that is, save for the Women's Weekly Deborah Thomas.
Crikey March 24, 2010 23 Comments
He’s such a weird and lopsided character, Guy Rundle. It’s a mystery how this man who can be so intelligent can also carry on in such a mad dog undergraduatish way, says theatre critic Peter Craven.
Guy Rundle December 4, 2009
Andrew Brown's account of the most successful social democracy in his book Fishing In Utopia - Sweden and the Future That Disappeared serves as a prism for the political questions we face.
Crikey November 3, 2009 2 Comments
After nearly 40 years of public support for our literature, dramatic literature is still the poor relation, writes Katherine Brisbane. Are plays really that difficult to enjoy?
Michael R James October 28, 2009 26 Comments
We are all to blame with our pathetic mimicking of the American arrogant entitlement to drive anywhere we want. But fast rail lines, like those seen in Spain, are exactly what Australia's public transport system needs.
Crikey September 30, 2009 4 Comments
Crikey readers debate Guy Rundle's views on the Left. Plus, discrimination debate and the full time mess that is dealing with Centrelink.
Crikey September 25, 2009 2 Comments
Crikey readers weigh in on whether Australia is a fair and just society and the continued storm of controversy around our dusty East Coast.
Bernard Keane September 21, 2009 11 Comments
It was Christopher Pyne who kicked off the North Korean thing, calling Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard “Dear Leader and Madam Dear Leader”. Now, journalist Glenn Milne keeps pushing the comparison.