Menzies House – Dedicated Community of Writers, Thinkers & Activists

Menzies House is a dedicated and leading community of writers, thinkers, and activists. Founded in January 2010, the non-for-profit website is run by volunteers and showcases ideas across conservative, centre-right, and libertarian movements in Australia.  Borrowing inspiration from Sir Robert Menzies’ ideal of a ‘broad church’, such concepts that it does support and aligns to … Continue reading Menzies House – Dedicated Community of Writers, Thinkers & Activists

Australian & New Zealand Students For Liberty

Australian & New Zealand Students For Liberty (ANZSFL) is a rapidly growing network of pro-liberty students. Their mission is to provide a forum of support for students and student organisations. They work to achieve their objectives by identifying student leaders and training them to benefit, empower, and change their communities. It began as a small … Continue reading Australian & New Zealand Students For Liberty

Digital Single Market

Documents leaked entitled ‘Online Platforms and the Digital Single Market’ from the European Commission and then published by the European Commission “[that] is now proposing the idea of using national ID cards to log in to online services, including Facebook, Twitter and even Uber.” (Best, 2016) With the recent changes in EU and the tax laws … Continue reading Digital Single Market

Jason Brennan – Political Philosophy

Jason Brennan discusses the intersection of political philosophy and political economy, this series of videos explains some of the main issues from property rights to market failure. See the playlist here, Source: (Brennan, 2016). Such topics discused include, What Makes Institutions Just or Unjust?, Liberty: Who Needs It?, What Are Rights?, Why Property Rights?, Rawls’s … Continue reading Jason Brennan – Political Philosophy