CrikeyMar 31, 2017
What we're reading: the former Islamist trying to make being moderate cool, what it's like to be the token American on Russian state TV, how one man survived in the woods for 27 years, fleeing Boko Haram, and why do we feel our lives are so hard?
CrikeyFeb 24, 2017
What we're reading: on the Milo bus, the unsolved murder of Elizabeth Andes, turning the tide on colonisation's cruel third act, politics and the English language, and Centrelink and suicide.
Guy RundleFeb 22, 20172 Comments
Because it doesn't seem to be Amber Harrison's ...
Charlie LewisFeb 9, 2017
Who'd have thought, The Daily Mail is not an authoritative source.
Dan WoodDec 20, 20163 Comments
Rupert Murdoch has written a strongly worded letter in his defence.
CrikeyNov 25, 2016
What we're reading: why people quit Facebook after Trump's win, the stigma of lung cancer, Ballarat's paedophile priests, Obama comes to terms with "President Trump", the virality of fake news, broadening our conservative horizons, and the suitably creepy Westworld.
CrikeyNov 18, 20161 Comment
What we're reading this weekend: the case against cats, how to encrypt your entire life, the forgotten victims of state care sexual abuse, Trump's key adviser and the alt-right, how Melbourne's Triple R community radio station is more important than ever, and when did atheists get so stupid?
Guy RundleNov 4, 20164 Comments
There was a time when HRC moved leftwards -- in the '60s and '70s. Since then, she's morphed into a kind of "left" neoliberal in matters of free trade. And left "neoconservative" on foreign policy.
CrikeyOct 28, 2016
What we're reading this weekend: the boyhood adventures of Donald Trump, alt-right trolls fret their gene pool, fixing the housing crisis, the language of German teens, Sydney's segregated suburbs, looking for the Beach Boys, and Ken Loach is still angry.
CrikeyOct 21, 20161 Comment
What we're reading this weekend: white supremacy and racial hatred in Donald Trump's America, the sexist history of birth control, revisiting O.J. Simpson, Barrett Brown survives prison in a fantasy land, and is neoliberalism making us lonely?