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“Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime” is the famous statement attributed to Lavrentiy Beria, Joseph Stalin’s secret police chief. This...

Utilitarianism and the Omnipotence of Government

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Welcome to the Inspection House, known as the Panopticon. Jeremy Bentham, eighteenth century political thinker, was one of the earliest exponents of the principle of...

The Nation State

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As another Australia Day passes, it gives us the opportunity to reflect on our national identity and what it truly means to be Australian...

What should the Australian Defence Force do?

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Hint: the answer is in the name The Australian Defence Force (ADF) does lots of things it shouldn’t. Restrict the trading of others The Australian Defence Force...

Racial Friction in New Zealand

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For every government in New Zealand, the year commences with a focus on Maori affairs. For historical reasons most political parties undertake a pilgrimage...

Things to do on Australia Day

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Here is your definitive list of Australia Day must-dos. Any one of these makes you a thoughtful Aussie. Do all 22 and you’ll end...

Don’t Welcome Me to My Country

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During the debate leading to the Voice referendum, prominent Voice supporter Marcia Langton was quoted in the media saying that if the referendum was...

Decommissioning Solar & Wind Projects: A Costly Endeavour

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Over the last decade, decommissioning and waste management of solar and wind energy projects has grown into a thriving industry. In the decades to...

Good Reasons for Suspicion

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Worldwide outrage engendered by the SWIFT Affair seems rather quaint today. Operating since 1973, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication is the messaging...

China 2024 and Beyond: A Troubled Future

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My recent discussions on Liberty Itch have painted a picture of China’s landscape as a prison-like surveillance-intensive system, and as a no-privacy technology-driven cashless...

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The Rolling Stones were wrong: you can always get what you want if you are patient and the taxpayer foots the bill.  And if...

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