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It is akin to going to Bunnings Hardware with a competitor’s product and price tag and asking them to beat it by 10 per cent as part of their lowest prices guarantee.
by Scott Prasser - 19/05/2022 - 7 comments
So why have we not had an increase in MPs commensurate with our population increase? The answer does not reveal most of our politicians at their best.
by Philip Lillingston - 19/05/2022 - 7 comments
Vladimir Putin's excursion into the Ukraine is just the latest chapter in man's quest for domination over man.
by Peter Bowden - 29/04/2022 - 63 comments
All governments might be concerned what a royal commission might expose given their past record.
by Scott Prasser - 11/04/2022 - 8 comments
A considerable majority of us will express our profound disgust with a decaying political establishment that has long since ceased to serve our nation. We will vote in huge numbers for candidates who do not belong to a political party.
by Everald Compton - 6/04/2022 - 14 comments
Humanity has more knowledge than ever before, but all that knowledge has not made us wise. We all need meaning and purpose in our lives.
by Steven Schwartz - 2/03/2022 - 11 comments
A dangerous gulf exists in liberal democracies between people's concerns about their lives, their countries and their future, and the priorities, proclivities and pre-occupations of mainstream politics and media.
by Richard Eckersley - 23/02/2022 - 11 comments
While political correctness still hangs around and in some cases is understandable, we are faced with a new crisis in what John McWhorter, calls 'Woke Racism'.
by Peter Sellick - 17/02/2022 - 18 comments
A successful Liberal Democracy requires extensive effort, and progressive policy outcomes are never guaranteed.
by Chris Lewis - 16/02/2022 - 5 comments
In the contrasts between Ash Barty and Nick Kyrgios we see a little of the divisions that rend modern Australian life.
by Graham Young - 4/02/2022 - 15 comments
It argued that thanks to years of reform by Coalition and Labor federal governments, whoever won the election did not matter 'because during the past two decades conservatives have won all the key policy battles...'
by Scott Prasser - 3/02/2022 - 5 comments
We all must find a way to live with the consequences of our choices. It helps if we know how and why we made them.
by Steven Schwartz - 2/02/2022 - 11 comments


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