COMMENTARY | On ANTIFA and the Impotence of Violence

September 19, 2017 Mark James 0

  CHAOS is the enemy of power. What else does ANTIFA offer, in the perpetuating of confrontation, wallowing in self-righteous indignation, seeing Nazi’s punched, sharing videos, sharing all the same talking points the way the polished Fox following would, knowing their actions grow the Nazi movement? Why do they do […]

COMMENTARY | I was born in 1983

September 18, 2017 Ty Reynolds 0

  I was born in 1983. Fuck me… My mother nearly held out till ’84, but that wouldn’t have made a difference. The end of ’85 like my brother, though? Lucky little prick. He may have snuck in there before the cut-off. Probably landed in the grace period, if nothing […]

EDITORIAL | Thoughts on Immigration in Australia

September 11, 2017 Peter Lane 0

  Immigration has been a debated topic for years. If you look at the last couple of elections one of the most spoken about topics was Australian immigration. Some people think we should let them in, some people think we should only let a select few in and some people […]

Film Review | The Hunt for the Wilderpeople

September 11, 2017 Peter Lane 0

“The Hunt for the Wilderpeople” is a family friendly movie that doesn’t restrict itself to just being for children is a New Zealand film directed by Taika Waititi. This film stars Hollywood legend Sam Neil as Hector and up and coming star Julian Dennison as Ricky Baker. Since its release, […]

Fear and Loathing at Taco Bell

September 8, 2017 C.B. Bellerose 0

To start this off, you should know this particular Taco Bell has more turnaround than an anorexic roll of toilet paper in a turd factory. We’re sure of only one constant face in the establishment, the General Manager… a woman we’ve heard on many occasions belittling the staff of part-time […]

A Polar Bear in Nevada: A Tale of Modern Vegas

September 6, 2017 GonzoToday 0

by Kennedy Dillinger Whenever I fly over the desert I’m always intrigued by the isolated homes that pepper the flat, brown land. Miles and miles stretch between them, but from above it’s just seconds. One one thousand– two one thousand– they’re gone. I wonder about what people are doing. I […]

Rehab Stories: Knives Through Hearts

July 22, 2017 GonzoToday 0

By: Aramie Louisville Vas Art: Jessica Price Webb (after Edvard Munch) Last month, I entered a rehab center. It was everything you’d’ve expected it to be. Wait: what did you expect?! My bad; they are all so different. Ok. Let me start at the beginning. In April I left my […]