Dialogue

Dialogue

Uniforms are symbols of order and civility

Chris Fotinopoulos makes the case that uniforms are symbols of order and civility rather than conformity.

Dialogue

Liberal old guard hurting their own party

Dr Nick Economou examines how the leadership tensions wracking the Liberals has robbed them of the political advantage offered by the interest rates rise.

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Taxing fast foods is going too far

Theo Giantsos rails against nanny state invocattions which he sees as becoming increasingly common.

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Religious rights or wrongs

By allowing religious groups to discriminate, on sexual or other criteria, we are undermining liberal democracy, argues Chris Fotinopoulos.

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The challenge facing Greece’s new prime minister

Questions are being asked if the incoming Greek Prime Minister, George Papandreou, is prepared to face the political and economic challenges facing Greece.

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Bruce Springsteen’s river flows long and strong at the age of sixty

On the occasion of Bruce Springsteen’s sixtieth birthday Theo Giantsos explores the ‘The Boss’s’ four decade legacy.

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Laws needed to curb morally corrupt behaviour of our corporate citizens

Jeana Vithoulkas makes the case for providing legislative sanctions for when corporate Australia breaches is corporate and civic responsibilities.

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The dubious election

John Psaropoulos argues that the calling of the early elections in Greece is based on factors which mitigate against the election of a government with a mandate for seeing Greec

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Brumby cleans way for election

The sacking of the Brimbank Council is about clearing the electoral slate in the run-up to the State election in Victoria in 2010, according to Dr Nick Economou.

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It’s great that NKEE is presenting gay issues

Letter congratulating NKEE on its coverage of homosexuality.