Joe Humphreys takes aim at the Greens’ assessment of Australia’s new defence spending, labelling it short-sighted, naive and out of touch.
Gustavo Pazo describes a brief history of Spain and its relationship to Catholicism, conquest and empire.
In this epic, Arrus Kacchi critiques Libertarianism from a range of perspectives.
James Calligeros verbally annihilates Australia’s National Broadband Network and makes several salient suggestions.
Tom Érglis draws a distinction between capitalism and consumerism, positing that the modern world has lost its character.
Arrus Kacchi applies Baudrillardian theory to the problem of the existence (real or imagined) of Drew Pavlou’s penis
Toby Caro argues that despite the contemporary fervour surrounding the date of Australia Day, there is nothing to celebrate, as January 26 predates any concept of the Australian Nation
Drew Pavlou argues the world must sanction China’s leadership over Xinjiang
Maxim Salvador Otten-kamp turns the light on Paul Keating’s decades-long shadow, and suggests it’s time for the once great leader to move aside
Drew Pavlou describes former LNP leader John-Paul Langbroek’s close ties to the CCP