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Victory is in sight! The Joint Committee on Human Rights is investigating removing the hated s18C of the Racial Discrimination Act and restoring freedom of speech to Australia! BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE THIS A REALITY!  The committee … Continue reading

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Cross Post: Roger goes to Washington

An old joke in New York newspaper circles imagined Armageddon as reported by the city’s rival rags. The pre-Murdoch New York Post, then owned by the genteel leftist Dorothy Schiff, pitched to the interests and sympathies of its core readership: … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Arky on the road

It is now one year since the Victorian government introduced a law on “lane filtering”: … 02-Nov-2015: Under the new regulations, riders can filter in Victoria where safe to do so and at no more than 30km/h. While not explicitly … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Bruce of Newcastle E10 is quietly killing the NSW Libs

Earlier this year the Baird LNP government brought in huge punitive fines, up to $550,000, for service stations if they do not stock E10 fuel.  The legislation is intended to increase E1o usage to 6% of all fuel sold.  As … Continue reading

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Guest Post: MC More of Labor’s tax policies will lead to economic recovery.

The Australian Labor Party is putting forward sensible tax policies that will lead economic recovery. Currently the parliament is hung up on the Back Packer Tax issue with the Coalition advocating a 32.5% tax on foreign back packers while Labor … Continue reading

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Terry Guest Post: Terry Barnes Lessons from the GP co-payment experience

  I am going to talk, as I was asked, about the bigger picture in terms of the politics and healthcare reform and the challenges of thinking innovatively in healthcare and healthcare policy and healthcare practice in the ways we … Continue reading

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Guest Post: John Slater Registered Organisations Bill a Win for Workers

Monday’s long awaited passage of the Registered Organisations Bill has been touted as a much-needed win for the Turnbull Coalition Government. But the real winners are Australia’s 1.6 million union members whose dues have too often been deployed to ends … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Robert Carruthers Getup & acts of foreign interference

We are a sovereign nation deciding things for ourselves or at the whim of whatever foreigners pay the biggest “bribes” to our politicians, activists or public servants. ASIO is tasked to stop acts of foreign interference: “AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ORGANISATION … Continue reading

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Guest Post: MC A modest proposal to amend and keep 18c

There has been much talk lately of the need to remove section 18C of the racial discrimination act. As a conservative I subscribe to the G.K. Chesterton’s idea of “Don’t ever take a fence down until you know the reason … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Tail Gunner First Annual Catallaxy Awards Night

The Time has come, Cats & Kittehs. We’re moving off cyberspace en-masse. We,the best collection of political brains on the Right in Australia, are getting together for a black bowtie event in Melbourne. Special appearance by ex-Clinton Campaign Director,John Podesta … Continue reading

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