With the election now complete, many are wondering who we really are. Australia, I believe, is a nation of small people and selective blindness. We see what we choose to.
Well, we survived the most moronic, divisive and boring election campaign in living memory. I think we all deserve a round of applause and/or onions on our sausage.
So, it happened again. However, I believe egging Scott Morrison so close to sausage day could leave us with a bad taste in our mouths.
According to updated research, we could lose half of the species in the Daintree rainforest as a direct result of climate change.
Today we celebrate all things Star Wars, but 2019 finds our community at war with each other. In defending tradition, I believe we’re ruining the marvellous thing we’ve built.
It’s been a particularly grim week regarding politics, as candidates from both sides have resigned over awful comments made online. There is a silver lining, though.
In the wake of the two recent tragedies, I’ve noticed something. When faced with unspeakable horror, social media tends to dust off the holiday snaps – and I think I know why.
With 600 million euro now raised to fix the Notre Dame, it’s clear that we’ve illuminated a serious flaw in our thinking, and in our collective empathy.
After one doctor in the UK jokingly wrote a ban for Fortnite, many parents on Twitter agreed. However, as a parent and a Fortnite veteran, I think the solution lies deeper.
Josh Frydenberg’s welfare “backflip” is anything but. The payment of $75 to those well below the poverty line is an insult – nothing more.
As someone looking to enter the housing market, Labor’s stand to remove negative gearing does nothing for me. While the system will remain, I won’t be able to access it.
One Nation being caught seeking funding from the NRA should represent the final straw. For my money, they no longer represent us – they represent a problem.
Well, the other shoe has dropped, somehow finding the bare feet of Mark Latham. It was a night to remember, and immediately forget.
So there we have it. George Pell will indeed spend a chunk of his remaining life in prison. But to those who feel it should have been longer, or that justice was not done, I suggest that we focus on what is truly important.
Yesterday, we laughed off Mark Latham’s suggestion that seemed very much like eugenics. The problem is that similar legislation has been successfully tabled in the past, sponsored by Australia’s elite.
The rules of grammar are rules for a reason. They shall not be broken, lest the breakee suffer endless harassment from Nazi types. You know what? Screw that.
Last week brought us the Momo Challenge and the girth of internet criticism that followed. Which is entirely the point, Momo isn’t targeting our kids, it is targeting us.
Outstanding news for gamers everywhere, as the remaster of ‘Modern Warfare 2’ seems to be going ahead. There is a catch, though.
Last night, both Andrew Bolt and Miranda Devine chose personal opinion over evidence and the ruling of a court. In my personal opinion, both should be held responsible.
Yesterday a win was registered by those on Manus Island, but the margin of the vote should be a matter of discussion.
Last night, Novak Djokovic was asked to share what Australian slang he knew. The answer revealed something telling about Australian tennis.
Scott Morrison commanding our councils to enforce January 26 is indicative of the culture war economy that powers us.