Helen Razer November 16, 2017 31 Comments
Centrism had a victory yesterday, a moment of apparent progress, still concealing its ongoing descent.
Helen Razer November 14, 2017 10 Comments
The thugs who abused Sam Dastyari might be working class, but racism is maintained as it was started: by elites, for their own benefit.
Shakira Hussein November 10, 2017 32 Comments
It's hard to come up with the perfect come-back when you're accosted by racists like Sam Dastyari was. But it's what happens next that is more important.
Helen Razer November 9, 2017 55 Comments
There is no evidence of orchestrated “misinformation”. But it has become accepted alternative fact that “Russia” interfered in the US election.
Helen Razer November 7, 2017 43 Comments
The horror story unfolding on Manus Island is due to a democracy deficit not an "empathy deficit".
Helen Razer November 2, 2017 63 Comments
The ABC's new TV review show, Screen Time is, like a lot of stuff produced by the ABC, absolutely informed by the Gen X morality.
Helen Razer October 31, 2017 5 Comments
Why do so many social media accounts of so many serious institutions talk to us as though we prefer our institutions or politicians “humanised” and served in the way of a soft drink?
Helen Razer October 26, 2017 20 Comments
Forget what you hear about the need for constant change in industry: it's all about staying exactly the same.
Helen Razer October 24, 2017 39 Comments
This week's Q&A episode on marriage equality was billed as a “debate” and was boiled down to its noisome essence. Which is to say, it said things that have been already said and said.
Helen Razer October 19, 2017 5 Comments
It seems we do not believe so much in political action as we do in the political power of painful stories. This is misguided.