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 […]

In Shades of Why

October 8, 2015 GonzoToday 0

By: JB Fertile and fueled by a rage, an age, a circumstance, time and chance… And she screams Why, why, why? In shades of cool and blue and orange and green and yellow and crimsons Compelled, derailed, broken, outspoken and resurrected in the depths And there she stands, staring, holding […]

The Sheep and The Iconoclasts

January 2, 2015 johanngalloway 0

johann galloway I remember leaning on the sill of my grandma’s open living room window in Nurnberg, Germany back in 1990. The final game of the World Cup just ended. The secluded and normally quiet street below was filled with revelers shouting and chanting the team anthem as if they had […]

Of Pipers and Pigs

December 12, 2014 GonzoToday 0

A Short Story by Brad OH Inc. The thin metal barricades were all that separated us from them. Judging by the press of people facing us, it was anybody’s guess how long that alone would be sufficient. I gazed down the line—right and left—to the determined men and women by […]

When Color doesn’t Matter

December 7, 2014 GonzoToday 0

By: Ernie Hurt Not since the turbulent times of the 1960’s, has the issue of racism been on the public’s mind as it is today. Recent events in Missouri and New York have shaken the issue back into the forefront of American’s lives, leaving another trail of pain and frustration […]

RIP America: A Story of Us

December 1, 2014 GonzoToday 0

By: Ernie Hurt Within the last couple months or so, I’ve learned more about myself than I could have ever imagined. I rediscovered talents that id long given up on. I’ve come to terms with who I am and also where I want to go with my life. At this […]