Tax cuts work better than public stimulus

Barack Obama recently forced through congress an extension of the Bush tax cuts for another two years, in spite of heated opposition from many Democrats. The tax cuts repudiate the … Read More

Issue 1

Ethics, Kids and People Behaving Badly Ethical dilemmas; Who killed the readers; A moment with Howlin’ Wolf and Chuck Berry; Introducing Sydney’s endangered species Sydney could teach Hollywood a few … Read More

Issue 79

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG – ISSUE NO. 79 12 NOVEMBER 2010 “Media Watch Dog on Fridays…is a sort of popular read in the Crikey office” – Crikey’s Andrew Crook on ABC … Read More

Issue 78

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG – ISSUE NO. 78 5 NOVEMBER 2010 “Media Watch Dog on Fridays…is a sort of popular read in the Crikey office” – Crikey’s Andrew Crook on ABC … Read More

Hung parliament will get short shrift from voters

BOB Katter wants a return of tariffs, Rob Oakeshott wants to overturn the party system. And Tony Windsor increasingly sounds as if he’d like another election. After seven decades, Australians … Read More

TSI Quarterly – Issue 37

Memoirs and memory – Gerard Henderson on historical errors in the Simons- Fraser tome Helen Garner’s problem with fiction – Peter Hayes What’s happening to English – Shelley Gare on style and language Stephen Matchett and … Read More

A modern Enid Lyons?

With Julia Gillard’s ascension last week, Australians witnessed momentous history. More than six decades ago, a very different woman became Australia’s first female member of the House of Representatives. As … Read More

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