While many Australians are readying for the inevitable misery caused by the referendum on the First Nations Voice to parliament, some politicians and talking heads will be living their best lives. Continue reading The excruciating inevitability of the Voice
Every Australian newspaper and website has a Google spreadsheet brimming with the names of clickbait authors. They’re usually over 50, white and distinguishable for being ready and willing to burp out content at a moment’s notice. Continue reading Lazy, lazy, lazy… the clickbait evolution
A federal election is hurtling towards us bringing nothing but destruction in its wake. In the meantime, we’ll be facing off with the same political manoeuvring we’ve always seen from the same hoky political characters. Continue reading No Impact: or how I learned to stop worrying and love the federal election
For a solid indication of just what a shambles the federal Labor party is currently in, look no further than Australia’s energy sector. Continue reading Lost in the smog: whatever happened to the ALP?
It’s astonishing just how easily and how much our colonial history has been twisted. During the week of the First Fleets arrival, the entire endeavour almost collapsed several times. Continue reading Blind luck and bloody mindedness: the ridiculous history of January 26, 1788