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Is Treasury really this out of touch?

Is Treasury really this out of touch?

Crikey readers discuss the cause of stagnant wages, the death of the private health industry and airline carbon emissions.

Don't expect political donation reform anytime soon

Don't expect political donation reform anytime soon

Crikey readers discuss political donations, land rights and financial reform.

Teaching is not the only industry facing crisis

Teaching is not the only industry facing crisis

Crikey readers discuss the state of teaching in Australia and the crises of the private health insurance industry.

Just more spin generated by a government that seems completely out of its depth

Just more spin generated by a government that seems completely out of its depth

Crikey readers discuss Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's photo op with Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe.

The tides of change sneak up too slowly on us to raise alarm

The tides of change sneak up too slowly on us to raise alarm

Crikey readers discuss religious freedom, climate change, nuclear weapons and the problems with a "towards zero" approach to suicide.

Nuclear weapons in Australia would stabilise nothing

Nuclear weapons in Australia would stabilise nothing

Crikey readers discuss nuclear weapons, Australian mining in Africa and an Indigenous voice to parliament.

Misframing statistics is all part of the right's game plan

Misframing statistics is all part of the right's game plan

Crikey readers discuss the right's pursuit of culture warfare, Australia's cyberwarfare preparedness and the cowork business model.

The media's tax coverage plays into government strategy

The media's tax coverage plays into government strategy

Readers discuss the media's soft-ball analysis of the government's tax cuts, and answer the question of why so many politicians are drawn to biography.

Should we be questioning the US alliance after Alek Sigley's rescue?

Should we be questioning the US alliance after Alek Sigley's rescue?

Crikey readers discuss the implications of Australia's relationship with the US, and the recycling crisis.

It took more than just Lambie to pass tax cuts

It took more than just Lambie to pass tax cuts

Crikey readers discuss Jacqui Lambie's crossbench support for the government's tax plan, and the idea of Boris Johnson in charge of the UK.