Despite the exposure our gun lobby is getting, I believe that the calibre of the rhetoric will fall short.
The coverage of the Margaret River tragedy shows the sensationalism about the spectre of Port Arthur obscures the greater discussion we need to have.
Morning. Overnight, we’ve had another casualty in the Trump administration, a powerful anti-gun demonstration in Washington and Shia Labeouf tell all.
Faced with the realities of their gun culture, the US government has done something, classifying ‘thoughts and prayers’ as a viable treatment for gunshot wounds.
We’ve learned about the brutality of the massacre through bitter experience. But while these things may have happened long ago, we should not quickly forget.
A lot of time is wasted in the gun control debate by people who have no idea what they’re talking about. One survivor to another, I know your pain.
Dearie me, what a week. Barnaby Joyce finally fell on his sword, America hid behind a gun and one pizza empire got surprisingly smutty.
Yesterday we lost our minds when George Christensen uploaded a questionable image to Facebook. While it was a silly thing to do, our reaction didn’t fit.
NFL player Colin Kaepernick decided to protest America by sitting down during the national anthem, but what did the world of social media make of it?
It was a historic week. One in which nothing was solved. Racial hatred split streets in Dallas, and opinion remained thusly in our election.
The Greens’ decision to expose gun owners in aid of public safety is at odds with stats showing firearm violence decline over the last decade.
Rob Idol is back this week with his weekly wrap of current affairs, including gun violence in Canada, the bitter passing of another great musician and…Kevin ’17?