Category Archives: Rule of law

The Government overturns the rule of law to back the ATO vs multinationals

Senator Leyonhjelm. The Multinational Tax Avoidance debate is multi-faceted. In this video, I discuss how the ATO is trying to prevent multinationals from having access to the courts for 12 months, which is a gross violation of the rule of … Continue reading

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For example …

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has praised new ACTU secretary Sally McManus for saying that she does not have a problem with unions and workers breaking “unjust” laws, saying brave people have a duty to stand up against laws that … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Story, Economics and economy, Hypocrisy of progressives, Rule of law | 28 Comments

Because obeying the law is for the little people …

Posted in Rule of law, Tough on Crime, tough on criminals, Unions | 51 Comments

Derryn Hinch on civil disobedience

There is a very good profile of Derryn Hinch in the Weekend Australian. This is the most important point in article: Surely you are allowed to break bad laws so long as you take the consequences and I’ve never dodged … Continue reading

Posted in Rule of law, Tough on Crime, tough on criminals | 100 Comments

Two fairy tales in one weekend

Who says a benign deity does not exist? Footsgray/Western Bulldogs break a drought from 1954 and the lovable Sharkies get up for the first time since they started in 1967 after four grand finals (one drawn and lost in replay). … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Story, Cultural Issues, Rafe, Rule of law | 28 Comments

Booze ban for under 26

Doug Fryer is Victoria’s chief traffic cop. In road policing, we are constantly striving for zero deaths on the road. We believe it is achievable and I believe that in my lifetime I will see it happen. It seems to … Continue reading

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The military does not order elected politicians

Andrew Hastie As a federal parliamentarian, I don’t take orders from the military. Quite right. In a liberal democracy the military is under the control of elected politicians not the other way around. I’m beginning to think there is a … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 election, Rule of law | 169 Comments