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The ABC debate: we have Mamamia and BuzzFeed, we don't need the ABC anymore
Crikey | 24th October, 2014
James Paterson

The arguments for a publicly funded ABC are weaker today than they ever have been.

If there ever were a persuasive case for a lavishly taxpayer-funded public broadcaster in Australia, the digital age has fundamentally undermined it.

The digital age has radically reduced - some would say even... Read

 
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IBA climate report's 'safe environment' right is a war on democracy
The Australian
24th October, 2014

Simon Breheny

 
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Abbott must learn from Whitlam
Australian Financial Review
24th October, 2014

John Roskam

 
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The WHO has failed the Ebola disaster
The Drum
21st October, 2014

Chris Berg

 
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ANU divestment a failure of ethics
Canberra Times
18th October, 2014

Mikayla Novak

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The rise of America's populist progressivism
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Tom Switzer

She is the rising star of the left, who attracts rock-star receptions at standing-room-only campaign rallies across the United States. She gives... Read

 

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The fall of literature
IPA Review
Stephanie Forrest

Until the 1970s, it was expected that Australian students should read classic literature over the course of several years at school. Since then,... Read

 

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Why won't the Australian government follow Canada's lead on free speech?
IPA Review
Aaron Lane

In a visit to Canada earlier this year, Prime Minister Tony Abbott praised Canada for being a longstanding friend of Australia that has always... Read

 
             

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Australian living standards threatened by big government: IPA
Mikayla Novak

The long term trend of better living standards for all Australians is being threatened by intrusive government regulations and wasteful spending,... Read

 

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Things are getting better all the time: A snapshot of Australian living standards in the long run
Dom Talimanidis

 

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Review finds National Curriculum biased and substandard
Hannah Pandel

 
 

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