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So it comes to pass that the Telegraph’s long running campaign to get Badgery’s Creek Airport to get built has come to fruition. The “Infrastructure Prime Minister”, Tony Abbott and … Continue reading
Perhaps it’s time to ask why CSIRO still exists, writes Mark Fletcher.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that any significant issue of public policy will inevitably descend into ‘goodies vs baddies’ sloganeering. This is no less true of the discussion about the Racial … Continue reading
The left is quick to downplay the impact of the carbon price. But in doing so are we forgetting the whole point of the policy?
When the poorest and most dispossessed refugees wait upwards of 17 years for a resettlement solution, an open doors policy is short-sighted, writes Mark Fletcher.
From the first question time of 2014: Leader of the opposition, Bill Shorten: My question is to the Prime Minister. In the light of the last answer about SPC, can … Continue reading
The future of work has been on my mind a lot over the past few years. It seems that the future of jobs is bleak in a number of ways. … Continue reading
Presenting its border protection policy in comic book format reveals some disturbing attitudes, writes Mark Fletcher.
Reviews are important as they let you know if things are working and where improvements may be needed. When done properly they gather data, examine policy, and provide recommendations for … Continue reading
The response to the appointment of Kevin Donnelly and Ken Wiltshire to a review panel for the National Curriculum has been energetic as it has been enlightening. One of the … Continue reading
New polling shows that Australians want our Government to treat asylum seekers even more cruelly. It is clear that Australian hate asylum seekers. Or do we?
There’s going to be a bit of talk about Christopher Pyne’s attempt to redirect the shape of the Australian Curriculum and the way it is taught. There’s also going to … Continue reading