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  1. Is Howard Our Best PM? — Neville Kennard complains about the lack of competition.
  2. Crown Monopolies — Viv Forbes in 1990 on the protection racket of government.
  3. Carbon Tax Job Losses — Viv Forbes recommends we all get jobs with the government.
  4. Bert Kelly gets his head around big-headed bird-brained politics — Australia’s Ron Paul in 1970.
  5. Is Australia So Bad That It Can’t Get Worse? — Max Newton in 1989 in The Australian says Australia’s so bad it’s a “buy”.
  6. Singo and Howard on Tax Hunts (Lobbying) — John Singleton and Howard in 1977 on the ever-retreating lobbies endlessly working against each other.
  7. The Case for Bringing the Military Home and Privatising It — Australia’s greatest political thinker, Lennie Lower, during WW2.
  8. Chesterton’s “The Horrible History of Jones” — Libertarianism in one poem.
  9. Would Anything Possibly Convince You that You Are Living Under a Protection Racket? — asks the editor. Libertarianism in a 1000-word rant.

Modernised Soviet joke of the week: Mr Kevin Rudd is such an amazingly flexible leader. The other day Mr Rudd was crossing the road and did not look where he was going. He was smashed head-on by a bus into the path of a steamroller heading the other direction. He got flattened. The driver of the steamroller rolled him up and delivered him to his wife Ms Therese Rein. Ms Rein decided to use him as a doormat. Soon, he got dirty, so she put him through the washing machine and hung him out to dry. He caught a cold and died.

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