Modern day Australia is an increasingly divided country, but there’s one thing we all can agree on. Our rampant dislike of Peter Dutton.
I think it’s safe to say that the costumed, albeit violent Berkeley protest represents the culture war in the US. Confused, shallow and vain.
Yes, it seems we’re facing doomsday, but it behoves us to face the sobering realities, for only through acceptance can we force meaningful change.
For too long, the gatekeepers of nationalism have been the far right. However, I have a solution, because losing our fellow citizens to someone else’s wars doesn’t make me feel particularly proud
Malcolm Turnbull has gut the 457 visa system to “put Australians first”. As a nation, we have an awkward history with that particular sentence.
Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue is generating Internet talk, with one particular artist calling for its removal. I agreed with his comments and was excoriated. Why?
To many in the West, Aung San Suu Kyi has suffered a terrible reverse. But look closer and the Suu Kyi that fit our superhero narrative was exactly that: fiction.
The Coalition tearing down safe schools has revealed an interesting point. It’s not that they don’t understand our complaints, they just don’t care.
Those who complain about the hostile society we live in should know that the solution is simple: err on the side of kindness.
“Responsibility to Protect” or R2P is the central question that Western nations ask when getting themselves involved in situations like Libya, Iraq and now Syria. But we should be questioning our legitimacy, not the theory.
The idealised Britain of ancient literature clashes with the realities of modern one, a schism wonderfully kept within the walls of German supermarket Lidl, who urge us to “Buy British”.
For we millennials, affordable housing is little more than a myth, one perpetuated by those who criticise us loudest. So before you look down at us, look at yourselves first.
Gidon Goodman has been in and out of hospital all his life, now he’s fighting for the equality of his fellow patients. Remember the name.
Much has been said about Kendall Jenner’s revolutionary Pepsi ad, however, I have a slew of questions that need answers, so I’m writing to Pepsi to find out.
For the real Patch Adams, treating illness with the power of laughter was more than just a Hollywood byline. How he taught me that is up next in our TBS Boomers series.
Corporate tax cuts represent the Turnbull government’s most daring production, but will such an edgy play put bums in seats?
In the general consciousness, the lessons of Martin Luther King seem to have been forgotten, especially today, as the US faces a similar divide to that which he sought to bridge.
According to the findings of a recent study, it seems that overly positive people don’t care about your problems. In fact, it’s best you seek out the gloomiest person you know.
The world of science is beset by a stupid problem. Popular opinion espoused by popular people often takes precedence over actual evidence.
Led by Vice President Mike Pence, the Trump administration’s definition of a healthy marriage is a little odd and very, very regressive.
On the road, I work to the sound of arguments. However, since 18C reared its head again, the discussion has turned louder, and more extreme.