Banks in a state: taxing super profits to pay for services is a winner
Dr Richard Denniss is chief economist at The Australia Institute, a Canberra think tank, www.tai.org.au
We must act urgently to reduce carbon emissions. But what if we rush to implement the wrong policy?
Until we stop building new coal mines, we should stop pretending we care about emissions.
Tweaking skilled migrant visas won't fix the damage done by decades of harmful industrial-relations policies.
If any politicians are interested, here are five steps to prevent blackouts and provide affordable energy.
We're told often we have nothing to fear if we have nothing to hide. It's time to apply that to government too.
In 2007 the gas industry set about a long-term and very expensive plan to push our gas prices up significantly.
"Peak energy demand" has nothing to do with a lack of "baseload" power, whatever the government says.
Barnaby Joyce was "post-truth" way before it was cool. In fact, few politicians were better prepared for the new era of "alternative facts" than Barnaby Joyce.