Osama bin Laden’s death might have a few people sleeping more soundly tonight. But the War on Terror was never about the fight to kill a single man, however evil, it was about the struggle for the world’s most powerful nation to control its own fear.
Both of these books demonstrate the vitality of transsexual, transgender and genderqueer writings in the present day, as well as some of the ongoing political tensions between various groups in the trans umbrella.
Governments across the country are cynically deploying the language of emergency in order to create long-lasting systemic changes to the labour system in employing prisoners.
From classic soul to riot grrl punk, our writers give us their take on the idea of protest music.
Sure, I might be robbed by super-literate jazz thieves, but systems like the Kindle demonstrate a much wider potential for instant mass disappearance.
Paranoia, of course, had long been a MJ motif from 1983’s “Billie Jean” onwards.
“Why would you blame television, Mary-Beth?” I hear you asking. That’s an excellent question, anonymous internet reader.
Janelle Monáe is making her own rules, and we can only hope that she continues to.
Australian politics is thus more volatile than an AFL team’s night out drinking.
The question, therefore, is how long before there is another disaster in the Gulf?