Why I closed my Facebook accou...

Aug 4, 2021 by

By Craig Minns I was a late adopter of Facebook. I had an account, that I opened when I returned to study a few years ago, largely...

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What happens if we lose religi...

Jun 16, 2021 by

By Akos Balogh – Religious freedom is under increasing pressure in Australia and much of the West. Places such as Victoria have...

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Al Jazeera and AP cover up des...

May 24, 2021 by

By David Singer Al Jazeera and Associated Press (AP) reports on Israel’s demolition of the 14 storey building in which their...

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Prince Philip: a legacy of cur...

Apr 15, 2021 by

By Mal Fletcher – “The goal,” wrote celebrated author Chuck Palahnuik, “is not to live forever, but to create...

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Supreme Court inaction could t...

Dec 30, 2020 by

By David Singer – The Supreme Court’s failure to action a Motion to Expedite Consideration (Motion) of the Petition for a...

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Supreme Court needs to explain...

Dec 15, 2020 by

How can the Supreme Court of the United States have ruled on Texas’ motion without hearing submissions? By David Singer The US...

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Mainstream media avoid investi...

Nov 1, 2020 by

By David Singer – The mainstream media continues to show little interest in investigating what are shaping up to be the two...

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Educating the next generation ...

Oct 4, 2020 by

At least one diocese in Australia is showing itself to have become prey to secularist progressive ideology. There may well be others....

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Orwell that ends well: Can eva...

Sep 1, 2020 by

by Nicholas Gruen – I really love this design by Casey Finley, who was kind enough to allow me to publish it here. He has a...

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The new uni-fees schedule rate...

Aug 4, 2020 by

Dan Tehan’s new uni-fees arrangements are (a) increasingly onerous for students (b) inconsistent in government contributions...

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Time to play dirty? Lessons fr...

Jul 20, 2020 by

Cancel culture is all around. It crushes rational debate and destroys freedom of thought and speech. The latest victim is the eminent...

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The China Syndrome

Jun 25, 2020 by

By Paul Collits – I have mentioned the emergence of strange new political bedfellows before. The Clive Hamilton and the...

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Misconduct, the University of ...

Jun 7, 2020 by

Binoy Kampmark – That interest, one that has found itself plastered across international news outlets, was sparked by his...

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Identity politics collars fict...

Nov 3, 2019 by

Advocates of identity politics are demanding that white writers stop creating fictional characters who are different from their own...

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What’s in a PhD?

Sep 4, 2019 by

Is a doctoral degree necessary for success in Southeast Asia? By Murray Hunter – In mid-2017, Mary Yap Kain Ching,...

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The US economy is slowing beca...

Aug 18, 2019 by

By Michael Knox – In recent days, world capital markets have convulsed. It is widely said that this is the result of the...

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If boys and girls are differen...

Jul 29, 2019 by

By Peter West – “Some people think boys and girls are mainly the same”, I said to one of my favourite...

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What’s happening to our live-a...

Jul 15, 2019 by

By Peter Kurti – Free speech is being closed down in the name of preventing ‘hate speech’; bonds of trust in...

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Malaysia’s Islamic schools fac...

Jul 7, 2019 by

As Malaysia’s ethnic Malays have increasingly turned to traditional Malay Islamic schools, known as pondoks or Tahfiz schools,...

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Malaysia’s deep Islamic state...

Jun 24, 2019 by

By Murray Hunter – Soon after Mahathir Mohamed became Prime Minister in 1981, he embarked upon bringing Islam into Malaysia’s...

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