The UK has taken a strong stand against Russia in the wake of the Sergei Skripal poisoning. The only problem is that they’re short on evidence.
With Woolworths (and Coles soon after it) banning the plastic bag from tomorrow, we should truly care, and truly shouldn’t.
The poisoning of ex-spy Sergey Skripal unearthed something ancient. The kind of one-sided media of assumption we saw in the first cold war. Here we go again.
Monday. Why. While you were unconscious the world span on, stepping us closer to nuclear crisis, Vlad moving out of Donald’s house and a lazy tie in of a brilliant TV show.
In 2016 Australia, fear is not an emotion, but rather an idea. As my father taught me, Europe looks to the next war, as the past frequently shadows the present.
Morning! What happening while you were asleep? Abject insanity. Bill Shorten votes in an election he can’t, two offices fight with post-it notes and the US squabbles with Russia. Again.
Mathew Mackie sat through the bizarre spectacle that was Obama’s last State of the Union address and got stuck on the furniture.
Today, the 27th of October was a day that we faced extinction, if not for the hand one man, who saved us from Nuclear War.