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Identity Politics is Eroding Australia’s Sporting Culture

From the Olympians of Greece to the gladiators of Rome, sport has been a feature of organised society since ancient times. Not only is it crucial for amusement and fitness,...
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Net Zero Hits Regional Workers Three Times As Hard: IPA Report

A worker in an electorate represented by the National Party is over three times more likely to lose their job than a worker in an electorate represented by the Liberal…

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Morrison Government Faced With Choice Between the City or the Country

The current Liberal-National Coalition government is faced with two competing electoral strategies ahead of a likely election in the early months of the new year. They can continue with the...
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There’s Solidarity With The CFMEU

Many Victorians would not condone some of the methods angry unionists are utilising to make their point. But they would sympathise with the protesters’ message. An out-of-control pandemic, riots, earthquakes...
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Acknowledge History In Order To Enjoy Future

During his 1978 Harvard commencement address, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn delivered a stern warning to the Western world: “no weapons, no matter how powerful, can help the West until it overcomes its loss...
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Bring The Focus Back Home

Universities have lost touch with Australians, and now is the right time for the Federal Government to push through reforms, writes IPA Adjunct Fellow Sinclair Davidson. One of the consequences…

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This Headline Is ‘Hateful’ To Victorians

Anything you say could be a crime under the Andrews government It’s not hard to see why Michael O’Brien’s leadership of the Liberal party in Victoria had become so tenuous...
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Freedom: What Was So Hard To Gain, Is Now At Risk

In April, Prime Minister Scott Morrison told Australians that Australia’s period of time spent in Afghanistan was worth it, because “freedom is always worth it.” But despite this comment, Australians...
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Navigating The Great Dividing Voter Range

Joel Fitzgibbon’s decision not to recontest the seat of Hunter will shift the Labor Party further from its working-class base. Fitzgibbon was one of the last voices within the federal...
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The Human Rights Establishment’s Greatest Priority? A Closed Shop

When you hear that 85 human rights experts have co-signed a public letter to the federal attorney-general one could only assume that it is in protest of some genuine human rights crisis,...
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‘Indo-Pacific’? What’s In A Name? Plenty

“Indo-Pacific” is now the official term used by Australia policy makers to describe our geopolitical location and context, but the National Curriculum foisted on Australian children continues to use the...
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How woke bureaucrats used the corona crisis to cancel women

While two-thirds of this country’s population is currently locked up at home and deprived of its fundamental freedoms, unelected bureaucrats in the federal Health Department operating under the cover of...
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