Australian manufacturing isn't as dead as some make out. And so what if it is?
If there's another financial crisis, is Australia well-placed to respond? Not as well as we might be.
Some political parties are simply unfit to govern. The federal Liberals' refusal to address climate change disqualifies them from the being serious policymakers.
By abandoning an inquiry into road pricing, Scott Morrison is siding with wealthy drivers who can afford to opt out of the current fuel excise system.
The new line from the business lobby is that our economic growth is "just luck". In fact the refusal of politicians to obey their demands has been crucial to that "luck".
The world's most notoriously volatile cyrptocurrency is currently trading without volatility, but there's more to it than you may think.
If there's anything we should take from the banking royal commission, it's that lists of the powerful shed little light on how power is really wielded, and even distract from focusing on the systems that channel corporate power.
The Witness K scandal and attempts to cover it up show how there has been bipartisan agreement to let commercial interests dictate Australia's foreign policy.
In terms of household wealth, we only have the sharemarket going for us at the moment. Wages and property are undermining the "wealth effect".