Gramsci was right and we are failing our children

Gramsci was right and we are failing our children The continuing opposition to the Ramsay Centre on the grounds that Western civilisation has been oppressive, inequitable and responsi­ble for all manner of evil shows how influential and widespread cultural Marxism has becom­e since it was first championed by Antonio Gramsci early last centur­y. Gramsci was…

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Political agendas ‘ruining’ learning, says report

Political agendas ‘ruining’ learning, says report “Twenty-first century skills” such as creativity and inter­cultural understanding are not much use if you cannot read or write. That’s the message from Fiona Mueller and Kevin Donnelly in their just-published school education policy paper for Nationals party think tank the Page Research Centre. Dr Donnelly said one of…

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Congratulations to our Director Bill Baxter AM on his being named a Member of the Order of Australia this Australia Day!

Rutherglen’s Bill Baxter, a former member of Parliament and the minister responsible for establishing Melbourne’s CityLink, has been awarded the Member of the Order of Australia. The 71-year-old was a member of the Parliament of Victoria from 1973 to 2006 and was Minister for Roads and Ports in the Kennett McNamara government. “I was fortunate…

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Urban elites mustn’t ignore regional voices

Op-ed in The Spectator by Executive Director Kristian Jenkins It’s old news. Most who follow the thread of cultural and political “progress” recognise that those with the persistent temerity to question “progressive” dogma leave themselves open to condemnation. Australia, like the rest of old Christendom, has long been post-Christian. Hallelujah, many cry. Fewer though are…

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Malcolm Colless: a determined man of News Corp

The Australian – Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Malcolm Colless, our recent board member, who passed away at his Sydney home on 31st October. Malcolm Colless was a rare beast: a journalist with an old-school pedigree and a head for business that swept him from the dusty corridors of Sydney’s Trades…

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