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The value of Taylor Swift's political endorsement

The value of Taylor Swift's political endorsement

You can enjoy the looks, quips and works of a celebrity very much while remaining entirely unmoved by their political advice.

The new book by an IPA fellow that is head-scratchingly nuanced

The new book by an IPA fellow that is head-scratchingly nuanced

Matthew Lesh's heavily researched theory on socio-economic divides would give Andrew Bolt a heart attack.

Nothing to see here: inside the Ramsay Centre's proposed curriculum

Nothing to see here: inside the Ramsay Centre's proposed curriculum

Debate around the proposed Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation seems endless, but does its intended curriculum even hold water?

The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

European Parliament has just agreed to landmark content quotas for Netflix and Amazon. Will Australia follow?

What can we do about another disappointing government sell-out?

What can we do about another disappointing government sell-out?

Governments assume giving public spaces like the Opera House and Federation Square to commercial interests will not harm them. It will.

The Bachelor's shock finale was a horrifying satire of dating in 2018

The Bachelor's shock finale was a horrifying satire of dating in 2018

Honey Badger-types are everywhere on the human supermarket conveyor belt of Tinder. For once, the show delivered something amazingly genuine.

Why is the Nobel Prize for Literature cancelled?

Why is the Nobel Prize for Literature cancelled?

The cancellation comes down to a scandal involving sexual assault, financial misconduct and one of the world’s most exalted cultural institutions.

Bracing for the backlash to women's sport

Bracing for the backlash to women's sport

Despite its successes, the AFLW is in the midst of a wave of ugly backlash and controversy. The attacks are dispiriting and unjust, but is this just the price of progress?

Pauline Hanson book succumbs to its own depthless loathing

Pauline Hanson book succumbs to its own depthless loathing

For the most part a brisk and entertaining read, Hoodwinked eventually falls apart.