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Everything and the Kitchen Sinc

No doubt our exhausted and exalted editor in chief Sinclair has seen this and has probably published this, but TAFKAS has only stumbled upon this.  This is Peter Theil: Crypto is libertarian.  AI is communist. This comes to mind (and … Continue reading

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Yet another new role for Government

Who knew.  A Labor Party member from South Australia who is a lawyer by training, spent his entire “professional” career as either a union official or a member of parliament believes, within any specific or detailed information, whether a private … Continue reading

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Ultimo State of Mind

This is a recent piece by Victor Davis Hanson in the National Review: The Same Old, Same Old California Suicide If you have the time, please read it.  At the same time magnificent and depressing. While Hanson is writing about … Continue reading

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In Palaszczuk and Andrews, we face a plague of Creons

Today in The Australian Sophocles’ legendary tyrant was supremely political, imbued with the casual ­ruthlessness of those whose craft is power. This cynicism is also on display in Queensland and Victoria. Almost 2500 years after it was first performed, Sophocles’s … Continue reading

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We are stuffed. We are so, so stuffed.

This is a link to a course being run by UTS – University of Technology Sydney. They are running a course at the cost of $1,200 per head to explain to people how best to win government business. Yes.  One … Continue reading

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Extract from my 13 September email to Tim Pallas after my resignation

Thanks to Sinclair for having me on this wonderful forum on a regular basis (some of you might recall a few posts I’ve made here over the years). I’m starting my free citizen innings with an extract from my 13 … Continue reading

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Government spins to disguse its energy policy failures

I have a piece in the Spectator coffee club on the raft of new measures the government has announced to shore up the electricity and gas supply industries, they and their predecessors have destroyed.  A slow fuse  was lit in … Continue reading

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Modelling

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Re-Form

TAFKAS has written many posts on this site about constitutional reform.  And the sum total of his ideas taken up is about the same as the sum total of skin in the game that Australia’s health bureaucrats have.  And that … Continue reading

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Never Forget

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