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Isis has finally been defeated in Kobani but what happens next? Kurdish fighters in Syrias north-east region of Rojava, or Syrian Kurdistan, have repelled Isis militants from the previously besieged town of Kobani.
The Independent | 11 hours, 38 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
The Meaning Of 90s Sitcoms, Ctd Readers keep the thread going: In discussing how the sitcom Friends dealt with homosexuality, it is important to note Episode 11 of Season 2, which was titled “The One With The Lesbian Wedding”. It’s funny that even though it was 1996 th
Andrew Sullivan | 11 hours, 40 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
If I were Prime Minister: No child would be caged in a failing prison I would lead a national conversation about building a society based on social justice and at the heart of this would be a criminal justice system that heals the damage done by crime.
The Independent | 14 hours, 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
If I were Prime Minister ... No 2: No child would be caged in a failing prison I would lead a national conversation about building a society based on social justice and at the heart of this would be a criminal justice system that that heals the damage done by crime.
The Independent | 14 hours, 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
From Pinterest to Himterest: what do men want in a dude board? | Rhik Samadder Pinterest is now appealing to more male users with a gendered search feature. Heres some man stuff and beards that might tickle the masculine fancyFrom the enclave of the vestal virgins to week-long spa breaks, purely feminine space holds a fascinating ai
The Guardian | 15 hours, 14 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Daily catch-up: 99 days until the election, which is also the average life of a web page 1. A rather fine picture, above, via Tim Montgomerie.
The Independent | 15 hours, 25 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Frank Deford: NFL Could Learn A Lesson From The Tennis Court As Deflategate and other embarrassing incidents continue to hit the NFL, Frank Deford says a selfless act by a little-known tennis player could teach the league something about fairness.
NPR.org | 15 hours, 43 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Peta Credlin has become a lightning rod for discontent driven by fear | Tom Bentley Those attacking Peta Credlin for the Prince Philip debacle are either opportunists, or worry that her link with Abbott risks the Coalitions projectThe Coalitions rising internal anxiety is spilling out into direct criticism of the prime minister, Tony Abb
The Guardian | 18 hours, 44 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Lasting equality is within our reach. Australia can lead the way | Wayne Swan Inequality is no longer a fringe issue, and Australia is a world leader in social and economic equity. Nows our chance to set the agenda and achieve global reforms that will lastFor the past 30 years the economic orthodoxy that wealth would trickle down t
The Guardian | 19 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Five questions for James Alberts | IndigenousX DJ, rapper, youth worker and dreamer, James Alberts, takes the reins at @IndigenousX this week to talk about music and what it means to be AustralianWhat up! Larrakia, Bardi, Wadamon and Yanuwa nations all up in your area. School drop out turned rapper, D
The Guardian | 21 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend