Helen RazerMar 23, 201723 Comments
Australia is overrun with old blokes who have no plans to address the escalating pain of real survival.
Helen RazerMar 21, 20178 Comments
Who knows? Next week, Peter Dutton may claim, like the execrable Steve Bannon, that he is a Leninist, writes Helen Razer.
Helen RazerMar 16, 201746 Comments
Helen Razer has been left pleasantly stupefied by Greens leader Richard Di Natale's speech to the National Press Club yesterday.
Helen RazerMar 14, 201729 Comments
People mean well when they boycott commodities with a visible trace of exploitation. Yet, they allow other commodities to remain perfectly mystified.
Helen RazerMar 9, 20172 Comments
Yesterday, we witnessed a return to old forms of feminist solidarity, and that's got Helen Razer giddy.
Helen RazerMar 7, 20177 Comments
Mainstream press will spend an entire day assessing Watson’s ability to do nothing, but spend no time at all interrogating Bill Gates' or Elon Musk's mad theories.
Helen RazerMar 2, 201732 Comments
The national broadband network does not belong to millionaire bureaucrats or Liberal MPs. It belongs to you, the taxpayer, and you have the right to demand better.
Helen RazerFeb 28, 201719 Comments
I did laugh when I saw that the Australian writer, and corporate consultant, Kasey Edwards was the latest to write for Fairfax that she doesn’t trust men with the temporary care of her children, writes Helen Razer.
Helen RazerFeb 23, 201746 Comments
Does it really need to be said that Western voters are turning their backs on the centre? Apparently, yes, it does.
Helen RazerFeb 21, 20173 Comments
Naked sexism popped up this week in the personage of James C. Green, who says women should stay home because men earn more anyway. But the real problem, of course, is that there are no jobs.