Well, it’s seemingly official. We Australians are not comfortable in sharing our take of the news online, as research indicates we care too much about what people think about us.
For many years, I was a proud Leftie. However, the Left’s recent insistence of talking instead of listening turned me off the whole thing entirely.
We decide on Saturday, but the voices that grumble “they’re both the same” should know that apathy is a dangerous way to elect a leader.
Returning from Europe, Nicholas Harrington describes a problem reanimated by the Cologne attacks – the marginalising of the political Left.
I’m of the mind that the more Gen Y talks, the less we’re actually saying. We espouse the “how” in favour of the “why,” and the only content born from this is directionless and blunted.
Daniel Blewitt wonders if the political environment we accept is merely the optimisation of a broken model, and if so, is there another way?