John Moneir looks at how the world has a gained a strange peace waging war against ISIS, but sees that removing ISIS doesn’t remove the problem.
With Malcolm Turnbull changing course in regards to Climate Change, Rob Idol analyses his first steps against the prevailing political winds in his own party.
Everything old is new again in Rob Idol’s Current Affairs Wrap with yet another round of mass shootings in the US and the abuse of parliamentary expenditure.
With Julie Bishop’s $30,000 taxpayer-funded flight shunted in favour of Tony Abbott’s “white-anting” claims, we suggest something else is afoot.
With citizenship in the political discussion, Max Walden highlights the Vietnamese example as something to strive for.
Looking at our current Western values, Ingeborg van Teeseling seeks to answer the question: Are we who we claim to be, or something else?
YouTube brainiacs Vox explain why the ISIS propaganda machine is so effective in recruiting new members.
Rob Idol had the task of exploring bias: as a Waleed Aly fan can you agree with any of Andrew Bolt’s commentary
In light of the weekend’s Reclaim Australia rallies, Senator Lee Rhiannon tells the sad story of refugee Fazel Chegeni, a victim of our detention system.
Jordan King-Lacroix weighs in on the latest Trump scandal, speculating that what he insinuated was far more dangerous than what he said.
With Anti-Reclaim Australia demonstrators speaking the language of violence, Polly Chester wonders if they’ve lost their moral compass.
Using the lessons of history, Daniel Blewitt highlights how the Middle East of today could have been extremely different, but for one event.
Despite her landslide election win, the long road that Aung San Suu Kyi has walked upon is no closer to its destination, Max Walden writes.
Rob Idol feels that with the change of approach displayed by ISIS, we need to stop factioning the conflict and conquer ISIS through a united approach.
The Syrian civil war is a bloody and complex one. Youtube user Vox has summarised the origin and factions within the conflict. In 5 minutes!
Spittle, along with emotional abuse was hurled across the US Political landscape this week, so we’ve got DownUnder-current to explain the why.
Daniel Blewitt wonders if the political environment we accept is merely the optimisation of a broken model, and if so, is there another way?
Those wisened wordsmiths from DownUnder-Current are here to sum up the week that was in the US Political landscape.
As Tony Abbott carried on with his solution to the refugee problem, Lachlan Dale ponders on what to do with our new Abbott problem.
This podcast looks further at Lawrence Krauss’s comments earlier this month on Ben Carson and how his supporters ‘ignore his gaffes’.
Today, the 27th of October was a day that we faced extinction, if not for the hand one man, who saved us from Nuclear War.