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Andrew Bolt to launch Art of the Impossible in Melbourne @ 12:00 noon on June 6

We’re only a few weeks into Donald Trump’s miracle tenure as president and the efforts by what has been called “the deep state” to bring his presidency to a premature end are evident at every turn. Andrew Bolt has very … Continue reading

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Art of the Impossible book launch Sydney 27 April

Mark Latham & Ross Cameron introducing Dr Steven Kates “The Art of the Impossible” –  Sydney 27 April Join Mark Latham and Ross Cameron as they discuss candidly the Trump election win before introducing Dr Steven Kates to speak about his new book “The Art of … Continue reading

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Getcha Friedman Conference Tickets

With speakers such as Grover Norquist, John Fund, and Nick Gillespie from the US, Ezra Levant from Canada’s Rebel Media, Matthew Sinclair, Rory Bromfield, and Sam Bowman from the UK, as well as Australians such as Senators Cory Bernardi, David Leyonhjelm, and Malcolm Roberts, the QUT … Continue reading

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“We need to push back against this rubbish”

No namby-pamby PC. From the accompanying note that came with the vid: Today we are launching the website: Have a look at the site: hopefully it will become a handy resource for folks wanting to fight back against the … Continue reading

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Gratuitous Advertising: Applied Mainline Economics

A new book from the Mercatus Center: How do human societies work, and how can we make them work better? What methods, ideas, and strategies should we use to help us answer these questions? Economists have more empirical tools—more data … Continue reading

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Understanding why it happened and what it means

So the Australian uses a former speechwriter for Tony Blair to criticise Donald Trump. And his vehicle is another one of these low grade intellects, P.J. O’Rourke who was in the baggage hold for Hillary from start to end. Here … Continue reading

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Making the Friedman Conference even greater

From humble beginnings, in just four years the Australian Libertarian Society Friedman Conference has became the largest pro-liberty event in the Asia Pacific region. Last year’s conference attracted 337 attendees, and dozens of speakers from not just Australia, but all … Continue reading

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… and in other news.

My former PhD student Chris Berg is joining RMIT University as a post-doctoral fellow where he will find a new definition of pain and suffering, as he is slowly digested over a thousand years be working on turning his excellent … Continue reading

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My blog history of the election

My “blog history” of the American election is being published which consists of all of the posts I did on the election starting in July 2015 when I actually saw Donald Trump in Las Vegas. I call it a blog … Continue reading

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Gratuitous Advertising: Friedman17

Now in its fifth year; the biggest, the mostest, and awesomist liberty conference in the southern hemisphere is on again –   28 April – 30 April. Book now. Early bird tickets end soon. In all seriousness the Friedman Conference … Continue reading

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