Topic archives: ipa

Judging Jacqui

November 20, 2017 3

Jacqui Lambie had a fascinating, bizarre and difficult-to-qualify effect on Australian politics.

Tips and rumours

August 2, 2017 2

John Lloyd loves the IPA ... Fahour's revolving door ... Kelly's bad taste ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

July 20, 2017 7

Fifield yuks it up ... IPA claims Eureka Stockade ... what does Christensen make of the new Doctor? ...

Three things the IPA gets wrong about the Fair Work Act

June 27, 2017 5

Crikey spoke to Gideon Rozner, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, about a few of the omissions in his report on the Fair Work Act.

Four tricks lobby groups use to convince you they aren’t evil

June 9, 2017 4

Lobby groups have several techniques to try and get their arguments heard by both the public and those in the seats of power.

Terra nullius lie recycled by Uluru statement opponents

May 30, 2017 20

To argue that indigenous Australians have no special place in Australia, as opponents of the Uluru Statement have, simply recycles a racist lie.

Abdel-Magied Anzac furore indicates a dark turn in the culture wars

May 3, 2017 12

The trouble is that these contentless outrages are lit up in a society whose main problem now is a lack of shared meaning.

Canavan’s call to boycott Westpac a colossally stupid salvo in the new Truth Wars

May 2, 2017 12

Matt Canavan says Queenslanders should boycott Westpac since the bank is not going to lend money to the colossally wasteful Adani coal mine and becomes sucked into the Nationals Irony Generator.

Guess whose son just got his own podcast …

March 9, 2017 2

The Young IPA podcast released its first episode on Tuesday, hosted by digital communications manager James Bolt and research fellow Peter Gregor.

Yet another ‘free-marketeer’ shamelessly suckles from the govt’s teat

February 20, 2017 3

You'll be working to support free-market advocacy for many years to come.