Don’t believe pundits who say Obama’s victory has implications for Australian politics
Eight years. That’s how long I’ve lived in Australia. And in that time I’ve been lucky enough to see big…
Memo to Colin Rubenstein: freedom-loving friends of Israel should oppose this wretched law
Why are Liberals going wet on border protection?
To paraphrase the old adage, ‘political correctness may not be all that easy to define, but I know it when…
Tony Abbott’s pledge to ditch this carbon tax is entirely justified on political and constitutional grounds
Our elected representatives, not unaccountable judges, should determine who comes to this country
Right-on politics and Keynesianism have brought our 30-year romance to an end
The Beatles might have had something to say about Ross Garnaut’s supposed monopoly on the truth
No amount of spin will cover the government’s blunders
Their conservative PM isn’t doing much to reverse New Zealand’s economic decline. Still, he seems nice
Ted Baillieu has a mandate to get rid of this anti-democratic monstrosity
Paying tribute to Denis Dutton, one of New Zealand’s leading intellectuals
Over-regulation has left our academic institutions lagging behind much of the Commonwealth
Now is not the time to go wobbly, Tony
Our current crop of High Court judges is starting to look worringly activist, warns James Allan
Kevin Rudd struggled to show us any sign of a sense of humour, says James Allan
I was driving to work on the Tuesday morning after Easter, listening, as usual, to ABC’s news radio.
If only Tony Abbott didn’t share Kevin Rudd’s contempt for the States, says James Allan
Britain has signed away its sovereignty to Europe, says James Allan.
Australia should heed this as a warning of the creeping powers of the Commonwealth
Governments must stop equivocating and admit that some decisions involve two unpalatable options, says James Allan