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Let’s All Be Glad We’re Not Naomi Wolf
30 May 2019

Let’s All Be Glad We’re Not Naomi Wolf

The Brexit Party only launched six weeks ago – but it just finished first in the UK’s EU elections last week, with the Conservatives having their lowest vote share in a national election since they formed in 1834. Their trajectories have been incredible to watch: The Brexit Party has 29 of 73 seats, the most of any UK party, and yet
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Wentworth Is Not Australia
23 May 2019

Wentworth Is Not Australia

John Roskam’s message to the Coalition from last October that they should not confuse the concerns of inner city elites with those of mainstream Australia was vindicated on Saturday as this graphic of booth-level swings to the major parties demonstrates: (Another way of putting it would be the further you live from an ABC studio in Sydney or Melbourne the less likely you are
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Trial By Student Mob
16 May 2019

Trial By Student Mob

After a campaign full of vitriol, the two major parties have finally found something they can agree on: The housing market needs more government intervention. Something tells me that our housing affordability crisis isn’t being caused by a lack of access to credit: Daniel Wild criticised the Coalition’s home loan policy saying that the government needs to “address structural supply and
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I Also Will Be Running For President
9 May 2019

I Also Will Be Running For President

Freedom enriches lives – literally. As this graph from Human Progress shows, the average income in the most free quartile of nations is 7.1 times higher than the average income in the least free quartile: Isn’t it amazing what cutting red tape and lowering taxes can do? The US unemployment rate is the  lowest it’s been since 1969. That is why cutting red tape, lowering
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The Biggest Free Speech Victory In A Generation
18 April 2019

The Biggest Free Speech Victory In A Generation

Dr Peter Ridd has won the biggest victory on free speech in a generation. Watch Gideon Rozner discuss the case on The Bolt Report on Tuesday: In the historic judgement Judge Vasta found that James Cook University was wrong on all counts in dismissing Peter for questioning the science around the Great Barrier Reef. Gideon said in a media release “this judgement should rightly send
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Does The Easter Bunny Have A Permit?
11 April 2019

Does The Easter Bunny Have A Permit?

This graph shows what the election should come down to: Which party is offering a solution to our growing energy crisis? Three weeks ago he was in the White House when Trump signed the executive order mandating free speech on campus, and this week he’s been a guest of the IPA. Professor Mark Bauerlein sat down with Andrew Bolt on Tuesday
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What Triggered The Q&A Audience Most?
4 April 2019

What Triggered The Q&A Audience Most?

“You can’t complain about young people embracing socialism when you’re embracing progressive taxes” was John Roskam’s message for the Liberal party in his Facebook Live video with Gideon Rozner released minutes after the budget came out: https://www.facebook.com/Inst.ofPublicAffairs/videos/607742089649470/?__xts__[0]=68.ARCZrFbqne7Qh7IyuhfZod54dKWmV5IeKgnLrJuSQkesSICWl4VYSJ79M5OnVMlyRDvQrTba8chRrpJGUPPZ8-G77hmaKiNfkMfDUUNerkjVyDDsUZOP4BTDluoGOxFu4treM9jz0wmU26gV5tT8DDNBXbRRniEYHy0DnkjkcYWSYwAIzeHDyxbc9orRsAR-T1jnLlA0Hl2D8_s44GKym5QwhivxbFNmGHgnxJW6lqSej9eG_rTwSgQk-1RaTf7fUEiBGMq2JT2NIDUyKO5GV-mQwD0NTaGyA0qD_X3ODSMAKfgqlbDQg511ox9N7golyoveu6F7lqBXvnzENXXarvAm&__tn__=-R Kurt Wallace was our mole in the budget lock-up in Canberra – he described the budget as “half-good” in his media release, here. Here’s some good news you won’t see on
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28 March 2019

What We Saw At Dr Peter Ridd’s Court Case

Dr Peter Ridd’s fight for freedom of speech on climate change has reached the Federal Circuit Court in Brisbane this week, and Gideon Rozner has been our man on the ground telling you exactly what has been happening. Click below for the day 2 recap: Today is day 3 and the recap will be uploaded tonight – you can click here
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Hail Ants
21 March 2019

Hail Ants

Dr Peter Ridd’s court case has enormous implications for the international debate about climate change and for the ongoing crisis surrounding freedom of speech. IPA Director of Policy Gideon Rozner interviewed Peter in Townsville last week about his ordeal: Click here to sign up for regular posts about Peter’s court case. You can also read Peter’s excellent chapter on the Great Barrier
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Your Train Has Been Cancelled
14 March 2019

Your Train Has Been Cancelled

“He talks about finding meaning in life” was what AFL footballer Tom McDonald told us appealed to him about Jordan Peterson on the 100th episode of The Young IPA Podcast this week. John Roskam also joined us for our special 100th episode and said the IPA’s “aim within the next two years is to be interacting every single day with 10%
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