Highlighting domestic terrorism it over a larger, clearly more dangerous issue is why it continues to repeat. In 2018, sixty women are dead. Where’s our political exposure? Why are men not being told to dob in their own?
Again, extreme violence has punctured the American landscape. But expecting change illustrates a complete ignorance of their history. It repeats, because they allow it to.
Ashleigh Raper felt that she had to keep quiet about what happened between her and Luke Foley. Often, saying nothing is the only option we have.
Soon after the Nationals banned 22 members for links to neo-Nazi groups, our left-leaning Facebook page was shocked to discover that the most notable member was one of ours.
Well, it was a particularly brutal week, punctuated by the awfulness of Nauru, and a rather vivid plane crash. But hey, we all laughed at Julian Assange. That’s something, right?
The cost of sexual assault moves far beyond a dollar figure. It’s the subtle devaluing of your quality of life, it’s the greater fear that is harder to quantify.
Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies believes her son was lynched. While the police believe otherwise, many think that it was the latest in a string of deaths connected to Ferguson.
This morning, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison started a fight. Now, while it’d be entertaining to see them sort it out, I feel our focus should remain elsewhere.
The Toronto mayoral race went according to plan. However, the third-place finisher garnered all the attention. This is Faith Goldy’s world.
We both admire Lawrence Krauss. We were fortunate enough to interview him. But, the manner of the allegations against him, and his subsequent exit leaves us with a series of questions.
While Pittsburgh’s synagogue shooting might be the most recent, America has a history of violence emboldened by official anti-rhetoric.
Darren Lehmann wanting to ease the punishment on the players and blaming Cricket Australia speaks volumes to the culture of entitlement that led to the ball tampering incident.
By now, we’re overly familiar with Scott Morrison’s overly familiar social media videos. While we might roll our eyes at the tackiness, he’s connecting to the Australia that matters to him.
Bitterly, today in Trump’s America seems like a normal one. After yet more hollow Presidential empathy, we’re left to count the cost, and wonder who we’ve become.
Welcome to the Current Affairs Wrap. This week, a man with a van enabled home-made terror with his home-made bombs, Scott Morrison helped the farmers by any means necessary, and a man named ‘Judge Buzzard’ kicked some serious bee-hind.
According to a Defence report, since 2001 twice as many ADF veterans like myself have been lost to suicide than to armed conflict. Their new strategy seems too little, too late.
Toyah Cordingley was murdered, despite her walking her dog, something we women trust will keep us safe. Her fear is ours too.
Progress seems to be finally at hand regarding Nauru, but according to World Vision, there’s still much work to be done.
This morning, Mikhail Gorbachev criticised Donald Trump’s plan to scrap the existing US/Russia nuclear treaty. However, if things went differently in 1986, nuclear weapons would no longer exist.
The shifting official version might keep the public’s eye, but the death of Jamal Khashoggi’s is merely a sleight of hand played in a much bigger game.
In this month alone, eight women have met their end. In the majority of cases, they knew the aggressor. There has been very little national discussion about it. Why?