A new generation hooked on technology has given up on democracy and shut the door to civil discussion, instead choosing hate, defensiveness and extreme solutions.
A Yale University professor has unwittingly given us an insight into why Australians are fed up with their politicians.
I'd hazard a guess 90 per cent of Super Rugby players consider safety overreach a negative.
Sponsorship programs in various US states exist encouraging gun loading and training for administrators and teachers.
The stars and the moon are natural tenants of a darkened world, but man- made lights often stand out because of their very reason for existence.
While led, for now at least, by a ‘Big Australia’ enthusiast, a recent survey suggests that the Liberals might soon have little choice but to abandon their support for mass immigration.
There is a lot of attention to 'best practices' in business studies educational courses. Perhaps we need more attention to stupidity.
You can be forgiven for missing World Hijab Day – I did – but it happened on 1 February.
Thankfully the days of prosecuting people for 'attempted suicide' are over; it seldom does much good to criminalise somebody whose only intention is to harm themselves.
There were flags of the now defunct Soviet Union on display, with far left groups championing a return to the heady days of Communism.
Others are naming TV journalist Cathy Newman's grilling of Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson as a pivotal moment exposing modern feminism's clay feet.
Will humankind end by apathy and inertia? The warning signs of major problems are there - but many people are simply ignoring them.