The ongoing power crisis is but a minor detail to the larger issue at hand. We needed this push for change decades ago, on a global scale. Now, the results will tear us, and science, down.
I recently returned home after years abroad, to find my country beset by stereotype. It’s time we question the truth – and our own thoughts – before lasting damage is done.
I believe we live in an age of unnecessary guidance. Suddenly we’re not trusted in running our own lives, but the road we’re on will lead us to micromanaged ruin.
As the Hollywood aphorism goes, you’re only as good as your last thing. And since Ashton Kutcher has done the world some good, I believe we should remember him over Robert DeNiro.
The 1950’s was a great period of renewal in Australia, but with that progress came the nuclear bomb. The British said yes, Hedley Marston said no.
It seems that the same sex marriage issue will roll on in perpetuity, thus, the proposal of a radical yet simple solution that will sate all parties.
With the tiny kitchen trend far from stale (thank you, Katy Perry), I think it’s time we look at what we created – in abject horror. Make the tiny pain stop.
If US First Lady Melania Trump wants to change the culture around cyberbullying, she’ll need to change her understanding of what constitutes online abuse first.
Continuing the tradition of heralding Aussie mavericks, meet father Bob Maguire, the “Larrikin Priest” who fought the Catholic Church and created Open Family Australia.
With St Valentine’s day on the horizon, we’re wondering, who the fudge was he? Well, according to history, there are three claimants.
The lofty expectations that modern culture seemingly affords often only ends in disappointment, but a slight change in thinking can lead to a more pleasant experience.
Like all previous Aussie Mavericks, Barbara Holborow fought for the people. However, as an advocate for the rights of children, she stands alone.
Cory Bernardi flying the coop is, for the most part, harmless. However, with the hen house door ajar, the next one to go could be the start of something serious.
Despite the money and brain power spent on developing beverage brands, they all end up in the same garbage pile. As such, South Australia’s Container Deposit Scheme is long overdue in being taken nationwide.
I find the pub a venue not to meet people, but rather listen in on the conversations of others. In fact, within the pub setting are various fragile ecosystems.
As the recent Berkeley protest against Milo Yiannopoulos shows, we are facing a political future split into “the ‘Libtards’ vs the racists”, where neither camp will get anything done.
The last time a great voice was raised in protest, our Government was sending people to an unwanted war via conscription. Geoff Mullen said no, and was jailed for his efforts.
I may not have read many things, but at least the list I’ve pretended to have read is far longer. Come now, and don’t judge…I’ve already taken care of that.
So it seems that the democratic process is truly broken. I contend that we’ve always thought that, and perhaps it’s time we have a think about what we really expect from those we elect.
The genius of Donald Trump is something to celebrate. In a solitary week he’s unified a disparate nation, and shot ancient literature back into prominence. Beat that, Obama.
As families rise and fall in America, so does her industry. Today we salute the once thriving, but now sadly arid waterbed scene.