Opinion

The Real Reason Cancel Culture is Rejecting “Harry Potter”

The obsession of the supporters of cancel culture with J. K. Rowling stems from the fact that they can no longer comprehend—and therefore cannot accept—the darkest elements of the human…

 

‘Sonic Anti-Colonialism’ Sounds A Bit Off

Last week, Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan announced that the government will be dishing out $90.5 million worth of taxpayers’ money to 100 of the 690 applicants who applied to…

 

The Rage Of The Economics Establishment

An article on these pages last weekend by this newspaper’s economics correspondent, Matthew Cranston, titled “We need reform like we’ve never seen before” revealed everything that’s wrong with what Australians are told…

 

READ, WATCH & LISTEN FOR THE WEEK

Time is scarce, information unlimited and Fake News abundant. That’s why Generation Liberty has introduced Read/Watch/Listen – where our Campus Coordinators give you their pick of the best articles, podcasts, movies,…

 

Read, Watch & Listen for the Week

Time is scarce, information unlimited and Fake News abundant. That’s why Generation Liberty has introduced Read/Watch/Listen – where our Campus Coordinators give you their pick of the best articles, podcasts,…

 

Memo AFL: Do You Play Footy – Or Politics?

Australia is not a racist country and the Australian Football League should know better than to give its support to a movement that says that it is.  Before round two kicked off on 11…

 

The unfair student fee lefties will never protest

As political commentators and the Twitter mob rage over the Morrison government’s rearrangement of higher education contributions, discussion is being drawn away from a perhaps more obvious injustice: the highly…

 

The Tyranny Of The Righteous Mob

“Like Saturn, the Revolution devours its children” is a phrase relevant to what’s happening to universities, media organisations, and even to fashionably “woke” comedians. Another apposite phrase is to be…

 

Universities Always Said We Were Racists, Now Look At Their Dilemma

Australian universities are in quite the pickle. Not only are they watching as potentially $12bn in revenue from foreign student fees slips away, but they are also being accused of…