This week: Elon Musk ruins astronomy, the pointlessness of Reconciliation Week, how to make judges more reactionary, and Pointeless du Hoc?
Scott Morrison claims algorithms can do all the heavy lifting on this front. Is he right?
Banging on about Pauline Hanson getting words wrong and Fraser Anning being a bogan doesn't just miss the point, it feeds the flame.
White supremacists have the same agenda of terror as jihadists but have operated with the indulgence of the media and politicians, even as security agencies warned us about them.
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.
For seven years John Matthews was involved in a white supremacist group in the deep south of US, all the while secretly working as an FBI informant. He tells his story.
Joe Hockey recounts his bizarre trip to South Africa in 1990 where race issues were at boiling point and Hockey played voyeur at a rally led by recently murdered white supremacist leader Eugene Terre’Blanche.
As Alice Springs grapples with the alleged bashing death of an Aboriginal man by five young white men, one man has begun selling "Alice Springs White Power" t-shirts and caps. Outside the Council offices...