Bernard KeaneSep 20, 201614 Comments
The dietary villain du jour is now sugar -- supposedly "the new tobacco". Except the facts fit uneasily with this new form of nanny statism.
Bernard KeaneAug 1, 201653 Comments
The ABS' response to concerns about privacy, and the way it has changed the census, means the only option for citizens who want to protect their privacy is a boycott.
Bernard KeaneJul 22, 201616 Comments
White male perpetrators of violence receive understanding from the media, while Muslims are seen as the very definition of terrorists.
Bernard KeaneJun 9, 201610 Comments
Australians, who are among the healthiest people in the world, got markedly healthier during the 2000s, despite what the public health lobby says.
Bernard KeaneJun 1, 201623 Comments
Some nanny state institutions need to focus on their own health problems before trying to control everyone else's -- as St Vincent's in Sydney shows.
Bernard KeaneMay 24, 20168 Comments
We've made progress in reducing the number of young men who take their lives, but in other areas the news is not so good, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveals.
Mel CampbellMar 15, 2016
Be wary of the word "fierce".
Helen RazerOct 23, 2015
Amy Schumer used to be funny. Then she met Judd Apatow, and her edge became dull.
Helen RazerApr 29, 2015
Everyone is angry with Belle Gibson, but nobody can be bothered destroying the natural health bullshit that formed her success.
Myriam RobinApr 28, 20154 Comments
How times have changed as newspapers relegate a terrorist slur allegation to the sport pages.