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My tiny hands are bleeding: Vanstone on protest

In yet another piece of bellicose dross on the thoughtlessness of protesters, former Howard immigration minister turned ABC broadcaster and Fairfax columnist (via ambassador to Rome) Amanda Vanstone, yesterday unleashed her inner curmudgeon in this indignant rant titled… 598 more words

Society

How to "dissolve the fog of lies" Try truth?

There’s a piece by ABC journalist Julia Baird in The Age yesterday lamenting the demise of “objective facts” in public discourse.

While politicians, lobbyists and supporters initiate fact-less commentary, the media is largely responsible for propagating a narrative based unquestioningly on emotion and personal belief, rather than fact. 424 more words

Society

Opinon piece: seven sins Melbourne road users will punish you for

I had my first opinion piece published in the Age today. You can read it online at Fairfax or right here.

The seven (unofficial) rules of the road… 588 more words

The Age

New News 2016: State of Play

“There’s been seven years of cataclysmic change each year,” said Margaret Simons, co-convenor of the New News conference. 704 more words

Criticism

On Drug Use & Sport

Social and illicit drug use has continued to be a major topic in the AFL despite the practice becoming increasingly popular amongst 18-30 year olds. 620 more words

Criticism

What Does He Know About Women Anyway?

Lol. Couldn’t help do a very cheesy Minds song pun (I learned from the best, right Sir? )

As per usual, these things are oversized for scanning in a A4 scanner, so I had to do it in two parts. 18 more words

Simple Minds