The reaction to the Reclaim Australia raid represents a dangerous precedent, for labelling them as “terrorists” will see the gap between opinion grow larger.
Last night, I agreed with a man I thought I never would. So, this morning I’m making my peace. I’m sorry, George Brandis. I am for real.
With Dallas fast becoming yesterday’s tragedy, echoing countless tragedies that have come before, is it lasting change that we truly do seek?
In this town, politics is a form of entertainment, with no-one more so than Pauline Hanson. But is she speaking for herself, or being spoken for?
Pantone 448C or “the world’s ugliest colour” will help you stop smoking, but since when was it okay to use colour as a negative? Well, we’re doing someting about it. #PaintNotHate
For those who didn’t understand the fuss about State of Origin last night, we’ve done our best to explain it.
The easy, casual nature of social media “unfriending” disguises the emotional damage of a click of the wrist.
After watching a recent video which showed Tony Abbott verbally abused on the street went viral, a Leftie has decided to apologise.
Well, Leicester City have won the Premier League. For the non-educated, it’s akin to finding Elvis alive. Spooning you.
With the release of Tara Brown and her crew, the nation waits to hear their story. But what then? Will the massive ratings enable more of these narratives?
Last night, David Cameron publically admitted that his mum loaned him money – as does ours. Does that mean we’re PM material?
Dutton’s statement about the “release” of children in detention has received quick scrutiny, but there’s an important part of the dialogue missing.
The art of courtship is dead, and I say bravo. Why chart lurid love letters when the eggplant emoji can get to my point faster?
The future of love is here, and its weird. With P*rnhub’s announcement of VR smut, we say it’s time to go outside. (SFW)
Last night, Oliver Bridgeman spoke out against the charges levelled at him by the AFP, but his conviction could lead to vast ironic blowback.
Friends come and go. But for one writer, to see his ex-bestie degenerate into a passing nod was too much to bear – Pendlebury Wicks
Those who missed the Wiggles’ Adult Show, missed out. For among the free-flowing booze was a giddy, communal nostalgia – Pendlebury Wicks
Pendlebury Wicks stumbled upon the ruins of Inverbrackie detention centre and found what it represents, and what it offers, completely unacceptable.
As new TBS writer Pendlebury Wicks explains, Australia losing at tennis is a source of national pride, teetering on grand tradition.