How dare you! Lisa Simpson said it in 2007. It was funny then, now it is just sad.
Just in time. Escape from freezing in Vancouver. The coldest day in 123 years.
Creativity and Innovation Project. Run by Ieva Notturno our hostess in Washington DC.
We often falsely assume that all cultures encourage or even recognize what we often say is a human urge to create and Screen Shot 2015-02-04 at 5.41.33 PMinnovate. Some people say that America is creative and innovative despite its governments’ policies. Others say that it is creative and innovative precisely because of them. Be this as it may, our governments’ policies can and do create incentives that influence innovation in labs, markets, institutions and societies both at home and abroad.
Here are some of the questions we are likely to explore in this project:
Go early. Go hard. Go nuclear.
Much has been written on these Cat pages about the need for Australia to invest in and pursue nuclear energy. Perhaps. However, a more pressing need may be for Australia to invest in and pursue nuclear weapons.
Asset-Owning Democracy Strengthens Mainstream Australia.
Prime Minister Morrison is right to put the interests of the Australian people ahead of an unaccountable internationalist bureaucracy.
Sport is now a geopolitical minefield.
Has the fallout from a single tweet by an American basketball team manager in support of the Hong Kong protestors put another nail in the coffin of US engagement with China?
The ABCs of race relations
ABC Chairwoman Ita Buttrose laments that the Australian media landscape is “too white” and not representative of our multicultural society. She even suggests we may need quotas.
Push back to resist CSR activism.
News that the eco-socialist network, Market Forces, intends to step up its campaign to choke investment in fossil fuel industries came as no surprise to those who have watched with concern the increasing activist pressure on the corporate world.
Australian Taxpayers Assoc: A global tax means more not less crony capitalism
The Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, a grassroots advocacy group representing the nation’s taxpayers, called for the government to oppose the new OECD global tax.