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Children don't need any more schooling, any more institutionalisation, any more of the suffocating control they are under. Children need to be free.
by Andrew Russell - 15/10/2018 - 7 comments
Conservatives need to wake up to the fact that words and phrases have an emotional impact and can foster confusion in voters' decision-making.
by Keith Borholm - 1/10/2018 - 12 comments
Its not just the finance industry - there are scandals as far as the eye can see.
by Nicholas Gruen - 3/09/2018 - 15 comments
The latest wrangle over the Prime-Ministership once again proves that democracy is failing indeed, that its a failure. It needs to be replaced with a better political system, and logicracy - the rule of reason - appears to be a better one.
by Mark Manolopoulos - 24/08/2018 - 32 comments
While it can sometimes be difficult to discern the principles motivating some of my fellow crossbenchers, especially when they change their position, they are never voting contrary to their own views.
by David Leyonhjelm - 20/08/2018 - 9 comments
Utter baseness is a distinctive trait of Malthus - a baseness which can only he indulged in by a parson who sees human suffering as the punishment for sin.
by Barry York - 15/08/2018 - 21 comments
They are repeated like a fundamentalist chorus or mantra: The politics of envy and class warfare.
by Ray Barraclough - 18/07/2018 - 9 comments
People, and I feel young people in particular, rightly sense that the path to improvement and responsibility means focusing on one's self rather than on blame.
by Sean Jacobs - 21/06/2018 - 5 comments
It's dangerously nave to believe more-of-the-same secular liberalism, with or without Donald Trump, will eventually win out.
by Mark Christensen - 15/06/2018 - 9 comments
Each of the senators who changed seats left a party that was not grounded in clearly defined principles.
by David Leyonhjelm - 11/06/2018 - 5 comments
When you look at nations that slash government red tape, protect private property rights and safeguard civil liberties, you see societies where opportunity abounds, people escape from poverty, and civil society flourishes.
by David Leyonhjelm - 4/06/2018 - 9 comments
As it is taught today, history is a chronicle of power struggles and war, told from a biased national standpoint. But the true history of humanity is a history of ideas, inventions, progress, shared knowledge, shared culture and cooperation.
by John Avery - 28/05/2018 - 17 comments

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