A woman named Terry appeared on the TV show ‘Hoarders’ about a decade ago. The idea of the show is to find people who compulsively stockpile and store all of their possessions. But what they found with Terry was a truly extreme case. Hundreds of boxes of clothes. Thousands of dusty, worthless pieces of memorabilia. And in the fridge, plugged into her storage unit, the … Continue reading The Pleasure Problem – Issues with our Psyche
On the 3rd of June in 2020, the World Economic Forum (WEF), led by Director Klaus Schwab and the Prince of Wales announced ‘The Great Reset’, which advocates for an economic recovery based heavily upon ‘mutual progress’ and environmental initiatives. Under the proposal which will be presented at the Davos summit in January, it calls for “Carbon pricing (that) can provide a critical pathway to … Continue reading The Great Reset: Not so Great?
Nick Rigby looks into the recent Yellow Shirt movement and what it says about the state of French politics and public policy in 2019. Continue reading La Révolution de la Veste Jaune
Janine Joseph uncovers the hypocrisy in Labor’s recent approach to a two state solution. Janine is the President of the Australasian Union of Jewish Students at the University of Sydney.
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Alex Teh makes the case for continued global projection of U.S. military power using the withdrawal of American troops from Syria as an example. Alex is Vice President of the University of Sydney Conservative Club.
Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0 Continue reading Mission Accomplished?
‘It is clear that any possible antagonistic action from North Korea should be contained as much as possible, to ensure peace and stability within the Asia-Pacific region and ultimately throughout the world.’ Continue reading In Defence of Peace: Should THAAD be Deployed for South Korea?