Helen RazerJun 15, 201712 Comments
Troubled Travis Kalanick has stepped down from his role at Uber, with many believing his exit will bring forth a great new era of morality and principle at the company. Problem is, they're wrong.
Helen RazerJun 13, 201739 Comments
What we need right now is not more centrist op-eds from out-of-touch "liberal" media outlets. What we need is a shift in press so enamoured of its own interests.
Helen RazerJun 8, 20179 Comments
Oi, media! It's time to write about policies, not bruschetta and jam.
Helen RazerJun 6, 201710 Comments
The fixation on public transport “rants” is curious. These acts are rarely discussed as symptoms of broader social sicknesses.
Helen RazerJun 1, 20179 Comments
McCain's rhetoric leant heavily on the idea of the "bully". “Bullying” has come, rather craftily, to signify anything one doesn’t like, from the stuff I write in Crikey to the PRC’s economic growth, writes Helen Razer.
Helen RazerMay 30, 201714 Comments
Last week, Helen Razer accepted an invitation to a Millennial Marketing conference in Melbourne’s Federation Square and, no, she doesn’t know how her name got on their list, either.
Helen RazerMay 25, 201716 Comments
News Corp columnist Shannon Molloy recently got into a bit of a tussle with a couple of "unacceptable homosexuals". The upshot of this stoush for queer politics is significant.
Helen RazerMay 23, 20178 Comments
We didn't elect Mark Zuckerberg. He is not qualified to guide democracy, nor to fix much of anything outside of Facebook's censorship policy.
Helen RazerMay 18, 201720 Comments
Certain media outlets have developed an unhealthy obsession with Donald Trump's sanity and intelligence, as well as becoming fixated on technocratic qualifications.
Helen RazerMay 16, 201723 Comments
If we continue to be satisfied with the appearance of a particular politician's identity, appearances are all we’ll get.