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Diverted Profits Tax Will Go Nowhere

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
Australian Financial Review 29th March, 2017

This article was originally published by Sinclair Davidson and Chris Berg The Turnbull government's diverted profit tax has passed the Parliament....

18c decision could mark the end of the beginning for PM Malcolm Turnbull

Freedom of Speech | John Roskam
Australian Financial Review 24th March, 2017

We might soon be approaching the end of the beginning of Malcolm Turnbull's prime ministership. A harsh critic of his government might argue that...

Like It Or Not, Coal Is Still King

Energy | Brett Hogan
The Spectator Australia 23rd March, 2017

On Wednesday, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club and CoalSwarm released the 2017 edition of Boom and Bust: Tracking the Global Coal Plant Pipeline, a...

18c: Not Perfect, But A Pretty Good Start

Freedom of Speech | Morgan Begg
The Spectator Australia 22nd March, 2017

The Turnbull government's proposed changes to section 18c don't go all the way, but they're a pretty good start. Yesterday, Prime Minister Malcolm...

There is a better home for superannuation

Economics & Deregulation | Simon Breheny
Australian Financial Review 16th March, 2017

Giving people access to their own money is an uncontroversial idea. Young people trying to enter the housing market should be granted access to...

Campus Censorship Ratchets Up

Education | Matthew Lesh
The Spectator Australia 16th March, 2017

Free intellectual inquiry is under serious threat at universities across the Anglosphere. At the very places designed to inspire a battle of...

The Turnbull Government Doesn't Understand That Politics Is About Values

Ideas & Liberty | John Roskam
Australian Financial Review 14th March, 2017

Francis Fukuyama, Tony Blair and George Christensen all know something that Scott Morrison and the rest of Malcolm Turnbull's cabinet have not yet...

Pedestrian signals, pedestrian thinking

Ideas & Liberty | Evan Mulholland
The Spectator Australia 8th March, 2017

Today it was revealed by the Herald Sun that the Committee of Melbourne in conjunction with VicRoads are installing 10 female pedestrian figures at...

Section 18C Of The Racial Discrimination Act Will Be Repealed

Freedom of Speech | Simon Breheny
The Australian 3rd March, 2017

Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act will be repealed. It won't happen today, and it may not happen in this term of parliament. But section...

Demand Remains For Free Speech

Freedom of Speech | Simon Breheny
The Daily Telegraph 2nd March, 2017

It is disappointing that the parliamentary committee charged with looking into one of Australia's most insidious anti-free speech laws has failed...

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