IPA Review – May 2018

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To see why the GST needs to be reformed, look no further than the comments made by state leaders during February’s Council of Australian Governments meeting. The Turnbull government’s offer to pay up to 45 per cent of public hospital funding... Read more

This column is a little different, as I thought I might tell you about the rock concert I went to in Melbourne back in March this year. It wasn’t actually a rock concert but it felt like one. The Melbourne Recital Centre (capacity 1,000) was sold... Read more

In this edition of the IPA Review we feature and salute two extraordinary individuals, two men who have a taken a stand against an apparent consensus, at significant risk to their careers, reputations, and most definitely any hopes they may have had... Read more
Jordan

Professor Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. He has posted thousands of hours of content on YouTube on subjects ranging from the psychological significance of the Bible, to political... Read more

Education in the West is a waste of time and money, argues Bryan Caplan in a confronting new book, reviewed by Vladimir ‘Zeev’ Vinokurov. (A PDF of this article appears here. It first appeared in the May 2018 edition of the IPA... Read more

This article first appeared in the May 2018 IPA Review. PDF version is here. With its push for corporate tax reforms, the Federal government is billing 2018 to be the year of the tax cut, but Australia’s tax system is so archaic, inefficient,... Read more