How are millennials supposed to keep believing in hard work and 'food dreams' when those with real power keep cooking the books?
This week: white men on drugs, Koch & Soros united, the patience of Iran, and a trip to Doggoland.
Crikey readers respond to Helen Razer's critiques of the Thai cave media frenzy, and Kylie Jenner's latest limelight.
Is Kylie Jenner really worth $900 million? What does that even mean? The question is worth posing, especially on the left.
The world seems to be throwing him a hell of a 200th birthday celebration, but what's really behind the fervour of these think pieces?
Will the gradual crawl towards representation in pop culture continue in 2018, or is the battle meaningless in the pursuit of profit? Helen Razer and Lauren Rosewarne offer points for both sides.
In India, on the pavements, you will be stepping over the great grandchildren of the people your great grandparents stepped over. This is, quite simply, the failure of capitalism.
Forget what you hear about the need for constant change in industry: it's all about staying exactly the same.