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Deconstructing ScoMo: The Book Review

By Paul Collits. THE main problem with reviewing a book about Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is that you have to read a book about Scott Morrison. But read it, one must.  Why should one read it?  Well, I can… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Scandal Ridden Child Support Agency.

By Professor Augusto Zimmerman. IS THE CHILD SUPPORT SCHEME LEADING TO THE GROWTH OF PARENTAL ALIENATION AND MALE SUICIDE IN AUSTRALIA? The answer is an undoubted yes. Both sides of politics have ignored the massive social damage the Agency has… Continue Reading →

The Hanging of Christian Porter. The Best of 2021.

The devolved state of journalism at the $1.2 billion Australian Broadcasting Corporation is now on full display. The current witch hunt of the nation’s Attorney General over entirely unsubstantiated claims of an alleged rape 33 years ago, when he was… Continue Reading →

Fundamental Rights in the Age of Covid: The Best Of Our Archives.

By Professor Augusto Zimmermann The Covid-19 pandemic is a turning point in history. Government measures to fight Covid-19 have deeply affected fundamental rights, particularly freedom of movement, expression, privacy and association. I am delighted to announce the publication of ‘Fundamental… Continue Reading →

Falun Gong in Australia

By Augusto Zimmerman Well known commentator and Professor of Law at the Sheridan Institute of Higher Education Augusto Zimmerman recently addressed a Falun Gong rally held outside Western Australia’s Parliament House. He says the persecution of Falun Gong is part of the anti-religious campaign… Continue Reading →

Fixing Australia’s Broken Family Law and Child Support Systems

By Professor Augusto Zimmerman. Augusto Zimmerman has been one of the few Australian academics to speak out boldly about the dysfunction in the nation’s family law and child support systems. He does so from a position of strength, being a… Continue Reading →

Men’s Lives Do Not Matter: The Virus of Government Misandry

By Augusto Zimmerman All the worst elements of Australian governance have been released during the so-called “Pandemic”. Every little autocrat in the country is telling you where to sit, where to stand, where you can and cannot go, how many… Continue Reading →

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