Australia's biggest "commies" aren't raving greenies, but rather the freedom-loving right, like the bright boys and girls at the IPA.
Beers' legacy is more than just another illustration of the contortions journalists will perform to avoid calling something racist.
Australia has a history of Indigenous innovation dating back millennia, much of which has been kept from the history books by institutionalised racism. Now, some are trying to change that.
The dignity of private reflection has never been the case for us on Anzac Day. The silence I would like to afford the dead was shattered from the start.
Roxane Gay's latest tour with conservative Christina Hoff Sommers was pitched as "meeting of the minds". It shouldn't come as a surprise that it ended in a mess.
"The gays are out of the closet now and we aren’t going back.”
Australia Day has little do with Australia as a political construct. Do we really need this grotesque distortion of history?