Until the medical and scientific communities engage more fully in the debate over vaccinations and autism, Ash Imani fears parents will potentially make ill-informed decisions about the safety of their children.
Ash Imani has a solution for the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict – both governments need to set aside their extremist religious agendas and make a substantive commitment to peace.
Ash Imani mulls over selective scepticism – the irrational love child spawned when ignorance hooks up with the socratic method – and how it manages to delude a large chunk of the populace.
In the wake of Bangladeshi atheist blogger Avjit Roy being hacked to death by Islamist extremists, following up his piece on atheism from last week Ash Imani has more questions than answers
In the aftermath of the Chapel Hill murders, Ash Imani ponders how atheists should respond after reports labelled the gunman as an “atheist killer”.
Ash Imani is thoroughly enjoying the Asian Cup, except for one major dilemma – which side should you be on when you’re caught between cultural pride and national solidarity?
Language changes over time, but Ash Imani wasn’t fooled by Aldi’s removal of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes from its shelves last year as anything to do with being PC – it was about $$$…
Musing on the idea of free speech, Ash Imani finds the natural equilibrium of public expression bloody hard…but worth it.
Backlash still continues over GTA 5 being pulled from shelves due to its content. Ash Imani muses on freedom of expression, freedom of speech and our ever-shifting moral landscape.
Emerging from the champagne and caviar snobbery of New Years Eve, Ash Imani vows to take a moment and resist the urge to share his excruciatingly pretentious and snobby end of year top-ten lists.
Ash Imani wonders…if we didn’t need to hold onto our beliefs so strongly and accepted the uncertainties of life, would we all be a lot nicer to one another?
Ash Imani receives a timely and important Christmas lesson about social media and privacy – from his five-year-old daughter. #outofthemouths…
Ash Imani wonders whether the LNP’s donation of $200 million to the Green Climate Fund has been met with a little too much skepticism by the media…
Whatever you believe in, or don’t, Ash Imani implores you to let your kids be just that, kids, and have a little bit of Santa Claus in their lives this Christmas and every Christmas until they decide otherwise…
When it comes to higher education and the recently Senate-rejected government “reforms”, Ash Imani has a few words of advice: “If it’s better the devil you know, take some time to know your devil.”
The great ABC debate is a case of perfectionism vs. neutrality and Ash Imani argues that the greater position is the one that provides the people the most varied cultural life.