But the Institute of Public Affairs - an influential free-market think tank well-connected within the Liberal Party - wants Australia’s minimum wage abolished.

But the Institute of Public Affairs - an influential free-market think tank well-connected within the Liberal Party - wants Australia’s minimum wage abolished.

The Liberal-leaning think tank argues white-collar criminals should literally pay for their crimes rather than face jail.

Insider trader Oliver Curtis should pay for his crime not go to jail: IPA

The Institute of Public Affairs is preparing to run an aggressive public campaign against the Turnbull government’s superannuation changes similar in style to its campaigns on climate change and section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.

Institute of Public Affairs opposes Coalition after 'firestorm' over superannuation

The Institute of Public Affairs is preparing to run an aggressive public campaign against the Turnbull government’s superannuation changes similar in style to its campaigns on climate change and section of the Racial Discrimination Act.

As the MSM excitedly reports on truckie “owner drivers” rallying in Canberra for lower rates, managing editor Dave Donovan uncovers the sham organisations calling for the RSRT's abolition.

The Budget papers reveal an Australian economy in much worse shape than it was under Labor. Alan Austin unpicks the data.

That intervention, organised by the Australia Institute think tank, really seemed to get under Morrison’s skin and that of those who agree with his economic story, especially the editorial writers at the Australian Financial Review and the Australian. They even even “exclusively” revealed that the chief executive of the Institute of Public Affairs, John Roskam, had dubbed the signatories the “fatuous 50”, apparently because some worked for publicly funded institutions and therefore obviously…

Pesky facts are spoiling Scott Morrison's economic story

That intervention, organised by the Australia Institute think tank, really seemed to get under Morrison’s skin and that of those who agree with his economic story, especially the editorial writers at the Australian Financial Review and the Australian. They even even “exclusively” revealed that the chief executive of the Institute of Public Affairs, John Roskam, had dubbed the signatories the “fatuous 50”, apparently because some worked for publicly funded institutions and therefore obviously…

Institute for Public Affairs: the think tank with arms everywhere

Institute for Public Affairs: the think tank with arms everywhere

Retiring human rights commissioner to stand in seat held by outgoing trade minister Andrew Robb, who is set to retire

Tim Wilson wins Liberal party preselection for seat of Goldstein

Tim Wilson resigns to seek Liberal preselection for seat of Goldstein Wilson, who has served as human rights commissioner for two years of his five-year term, will seek preselection in seat now held by Andrew Robb

James Paterson's maiden speech proves the 28-year-old Liberal senator will shake things up  Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/james-patersons-maiden-speech-proves-the-28yearold-liberal-senator-will-shake-things-up-20160315-gnjwse.html#ixzz432NIp0CV  Follow us: @smh on Twitter | sydneymorningherald on Facebook

This speech proves Australia's new conservative senator is getting ready to shake things up

Australian Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson has promoted McDonald's "property rights" at the controversial Tecoma outlet by posting a Facebook ''selfie'' with a McCafe cup in hand.  Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/commissioner-champions-tecoma-mcdonalds-human-rights-20140428-zr12q.html#ixzz40ESOQZaZ  Follow us: @theage on Twitter | theageAustralia on Facebook

An Australian Human Rights Commissioner has used social media to spread his support for Tecoma's McDonald's shocking local protesters saying ''property rights'' .


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