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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Did Trump Just Win The 2020 Election?

This should be the biggest story in Australia. We entered into a per capita economic recession in December for the third time in 28 years, according to data released by…

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Us Plebs Don’t Know How Hard Hollywood Actors Have It

Bill Shorten can’t tell Australians what the economic cost of his Climate Change Action Plan will be. Luckily BAEconomics has done it for him – a minimum of $264 billion…

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If This Is A Canter, Don’t Show Me The Full Gallop

Elizabeth Warren said last week she would declare climate change a “national emergency”. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal could cost $90 trillion to implement, reported Reason on Monday. Someone should…

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You Don’t Need The Government To Blow Up The Death Star For You

“If we would just be a little bit braver we’d realise there’s power in numbers”. That was Dave Rubin’s message for the silent majority standing up to radical progressives from…

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AOC Tries To Outdo Australia

The largest coal exporter in the world is working harder than any other country to wind down one of its largest export earners. As Australia: the Renewable Energy Superstar  from the…

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The Government Watchdog Should Have Made The Super Bowl Better

India is set to achieve universal household electrification by March according to its government, which is incredible to think about considering just 30 years ago less than half the population had access to…

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What Is Humberside’s Gross National Happiness

There are currently 358 breaches of fundamental legal rights in federal laws. And it’s getting worse by the year: 34 new provisions that breached legal rights were passed in 2018 and…

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Hey Readers Love Q&A…If The IPA’s On It

On New Year’s Day, just under 600 million people across the world will still live in extreme poverty. That figure was 930 million in 2010 and by 2030, it is expected…

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