A new study released by our resident expert in studies, Douglas Ross, has found that 25 per cent of all studies support everything you believe. Everything.
The Coalition is building their re-election campaign on their economic stewardship. Considering that we’ve severely trended in the opposite direction, maybe they shouldn’t.
After a recent study proved the connection between dog ownership and longer life, one can naturally assume that the path to immortality is paved with doggos. Right?
For the most part, we Australians are respectful to other cultures when travelling overseas. That being said, there are exceptions. Many violent exceptions.
As a member of the generation that raised millennials, instead of distributing blame, I think we should think on our own sins, and the conditions we set up for them.
Move over Centrepoint, as Sydney has a new landmark to marvel at. According to an independent study, it’s a mountain of cocaine.
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.
Fearing work/school this morning because a smug New Zealander will rub in the rugby loss? All good, we’ve googled some facts to right the ship.
Jacob Lynagh puts forth some potentially divisive and controversial #QuestionsForWomen in response to Clementine Ford’s #QuestionsForMen.
Governments love stats, with the unemployment rate among their favourites (depending on how high or low it is), but Conrad Liveris ain’t fooled by the numbers either way…