Despite all the rhetoric, and all the news pieces swirling around after Christchurch, I had not conversed with a member of the Muslim community. I assumed I was doing enough, but a man in hospital slippers exposed my fallacy.
There’s a pattern that seems to repeat in this country. Whenever a minority proudly stands for Australia, white Australians immediately bite back.
Good morning, class. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Assange packed his bags, Ewan McGregor chose life (over Piers Morgan) and Trump “didn’t” call for an investigation into the process that made him President (good call).
Waleed Aly’s call for empathy was noble but misguided, as the gaps in understanding are far deeper than he claims.
Cock-a-doodle-doo. What happened while you were asleep? Waleed Aly sided with Sonia Kruger, The Trump camp denies Melania’s plagiarism, and MaM is back!
Yesterday we saw both sides of the national response to racism. History shows that we don’t fear certain people, we fear everyone.
Good Morning! Wondering what you missed out on while you were asleep? Well, it’s a biggie. Congratulations Waleed. Malcolm, not so much.
I can no longer stomach our abhorrent asylum seeker policy, and it is not just the government’s fault, its ours too. For to not act, is to act.
Why the shade fest against Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin? Is it because the 2016 Logies might actually mean something? Is that the problem?
With The Bolt Report apparently cancelled by Channel Ten, TBS Editor Mathew Mackie believes we have lost an important voice in the argument.
Rob Idol had the task of exploring bias: as a Waleed Aly fan can you agree with any of Andrew Bolt’s commentary