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The Coalition Can Stand Out By Standing Up For Australians
12 April 2019

The Coalition Can Stand Out By Standing Up For Australians

In calling the election yesterday, Scott Morrison insisted there was a clear choice between the Coali­tion and Labor. Sadly, at their core, there is not as much of a difference between the two governing alternatives as there should be. For example, Labor is committed to a 45 per cent emissions reduction target, while the Coalition’s policy is to reduce emissions
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Congratulations Prime Minister Morrison…Here’s What We Want To See
28 August 2018

Congratulations Prime Minister Morrison…Here’s What We Want To See

Congratulations Prime Minister Morrison. Here’s what we want to see out of your Prime Ministership:
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The Young IPA Podcast – Episode 74 with John Roskam and Daniel Wild
24 August 2018

The Young IPA Podcast – Episode 74 with John Roskam and Daniel Wild

 This week James and Pete talk leadership challenges, last week’s podcast breaking the IPA website, the latest on corporate tax cuts and all the papers in the US making a ‘brave stand’ against Trump. We talk to IPA Executive Director John Roskam about the launch and success of the IPA’s latest podcast The Great Books of Literature and why it doesn’t
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You Think The Coalition Is Bad? Look At Labor’s Policies
22 August 2018

You Think The Coalition Is Bad? Look At Labor’s Policies

Politics in a stable democracy should be boring, even relaxed and comfortable. Yet since the fall of the Howard government in 2007 Australian politics has been exciting– almost a blood sport. The population is certainly not relaxed nor comfortable. Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister appeared well on his way to changing all that. Re-election looked possible, even likely. The shenanigans in Canberra
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Peter Dutton Will Not Solve The Existential Crisis Of The Liberal Party
22 August 2018

Peter Dutton Will Not Solve The Existential Crisis Of The Liberal Party

Tuesday’s Liberal leadership ballot settles nothing. Malcolm Turnbull’s victory margin of 48 votes to 35 practically guarantees another challenge to the Prime Minister, if not from Peter Dutton than from any number of contenders. Neither does yesterday’s vote settle the fundamental question the Liberal Party has been been grappling with since the retirement of John Howard and Peter Costello. For a decade the
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