Mark Latham has declared mental illness to be a largely imagined problem of the bored middle class. He is right that some socioeconomic groups are more likely to be affected, but the finer details escape him.
It is time to give up the Australian Dream of home ownership. Not only are houses sometimes a bad investment, but the emphasis on owning is bad for everyone.
The government's reaction to the Forgotten Children report is pure vaudeville -- and Gillian Triggs is the villain.
You've done nothing wrong, you say? Bollocks, says Helen Razer. George Brandis wants to throw you in jail.
The definition of "child pornography", like the definition of "metadata" seems very elastic. And the government's new data retention proposals will ensnare devotees of The Simpsons, not child rapists.
Disappointingly, the new film is not as terrible as everyone had hoped.
Don't fall for the label on the can -- no matter who's in charge, the Liberal Party's unjust equations will hurt us all.
Gawker suggests Rupert Murdoch may tweet while drunk. But Helen Razer thinks there may be a more poetic explanation ...
The true value of the imperfect, sometimes-amateurish Triple J is that it provides young Australians with a platform from which to critique confusing orthodoxies in the culture industry.