This week, Jordan Peterson appeared on Q&A. His sentiment, despite being popular, often betrays its own logic.
The Medical Evacuation Bill (just) passed through the Senate, but the legislation and the effects of our policy on Nauru should be examined.
In Deep Time Dreaming, Billy Griffiths examines Australia’s coming-to-terms with its Indigenous past. Hyperbole aside, it is the most important analysis of who we were in a very long time.
Recently, Jordan Peterson appeared at TEDx to give his thoughts on political correctness. As he undoes his own logic, I did my best to make sense of it.
When notable economist Thomas Piketty addressed Sydney on the growing issue of inequality in developed nations, I found myself in the crowd.
“This will send the strongest possible signal to people smugglers.” Malcolm Turnbull calls for life bans for asylum seekers, the latest step in his government’s reprehensible immigration policy.
Waleed Aly’s call for empathy was noble but misguided, as the gaps in understanding are far deeper than he claims.
While Labor has been heavily criticised for their Mediscare campaign, there can be no doubt as to its effectiveness. Why did it work so well?
In part two, our guide walks deeper into the mountains, battling the elements to venture further away from civilisation, and ultimately, himself.
As current election results show voters moving further away from our unamenable majors, is the two-party system as we know it under legitimate threat from minority parties and independents?
In part one of Lachlan’s series, we follow our guide into the ancient, yet achingly beautiful Himalayan region of Mustang.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has been under fire for his recent comments about refugees. But is he wrong?
Malcolm Turnbull kicked off the election with a plea to avoid Labor’s high-taxing, debt and deficit agenda – but history shows that the Libs may not be able to do any better.
On my last excursion before leaving Nepal, I was told of the confronting, but sacred tradition of the sky burial.
Attending the festival that honours one of Hinduism’s most important figures, Shiva, was an eye-opening experience of life, death and rebirth.
From my first steps in Kathmandu, I was beset by Hindu mystics and living goddesses in a modern day country trying to find itself.
Nepal: a beautiful country beset by recent constitutional strife, natural disasters and a crippling blockade…but Everestian change is on the horizon – Lachlan R. Dale
Lachlan R Dale slipped back into the harsh embrace of his 40-year-old beau, A Lover’s Discourse, to relearn the benefits and detriments of searing love.
Lachlan R Dale caught Father John Misty’s performance at the Opera House and found the overt theatrics on display did not quite match the vulnerability of the album.
As Tony Abbott carried on with his solution to the refugee problem, Lachlan Dale ponders on what to do with our new Abbott problem.
With Malcolm Turnbull set to appear at the UN climate change summit, Lachlan Dale wonders what the Prime Minister can hope to achieve.
Lachlan R Dale looks upon the new political landscape Turnbull has carved, and explains that for the Left, that outrage is no longer enough.