Hypersensitivity, combined with speech codes and other restrictions, are hindering the capacity of full and frank discussion on university campuses across the world.
In a recent hearing in the Australia parliament, politicians were encouraged to introduce plain packaging laws for children’s toys on the bizarre basis that it would help reduce domestic violence.
Have you ever thought about what happens to a developing country when a global financial slowdown comes around?
The sharing economy has allowed us to open our cars, our delivery systems, and now even our dining rooms to other people.
America is one of the world’s most powerful nations, and this is in no small part because of their commitment to democracy and the pursuit of free markets.
Written by John Hajek, IPA Campus Coordinator — Melbourne University