In his latest column, Matthew Reddin looks at Shark Week, shark attacks, and a bit of PR spin on behalf of sharks and their “bad reputation.”
In his latest column, Matthew Reddin examines late-stage capitalism and how Americans willingly pay good money to wear and/or display company logos.
Today is the Fourth of July, when Americans are fond of blowing things up on purpose during the hot, dry summer day. Australia cautions America to maybe not do that.
During a press conference after the Geneva summit with Putin, President Biden asked what the world would think of the US if it were interfering in foreign elections. Um …
In his latest Hello America, From Australia, Matthew Reddin praises vaccination efforts in California, and questions the resumption of cruise ships in Florida.
Matthew Reddin highlights how America does voting wrong and lists the ways that Australia does voting right. America needs to follow Australia’s example.
Matthew Reddin launches a new column on The Big Smoke called Hello America, From Australia, offering an outsider’s perspective on events happening here in America.
The battle between media companies and foreign governments over who controls the news dates back some 150 years, to when European and U.S. wire services dictated the world’s headlines.
The Brereton inquiry has revealed the wanton murder and subsequent cover-up of unarmed civilians, as well as the complete lack of official oversight.
PM Scott Morrison recently declared, “How good is Australia!” And then it was July 4th, when America drinks itself silly on self-love. But, upon further examination, neither country is what they think it is.