Lost Faith

Truth is less politically important than it used to be.

Lost Faith
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How we lost faith in belief
Truth is less politically important than it used to be


IPA Poll: Attitude To The Voice In South Australia
This poll of 660 South Australians was commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs. The data was collected by Insightfully between 17 and 19 June 2023, and results are rounded to the nearest whole number.
Bridget McKenzie wants Daniel Andrews to face Senate inquiry over Commonwealth Games cancellation
The premier and his deputy, Jacinta Allan, have downplayed the Nationals senator’s move as ‘hypothetical’
Inquiry into Indigenous art interference claims
An inquiry will investigate claims that non-Indigenous staff at a South Australian collective interfered with works by Indigenous artists.


The unlikely new kingmakers in Spanish politics | The Spectator Australia
Depending on how you look at the result of yesterday’s general election in Spain, either everyone won or no one won. It had been called five months early by outgoing Socialist prime minister Pedro…
China’s illegal ‘white monkey’ foreign models
China’s illegal ‘white monkey’ foreign models. By Pavel Toropov. In the wilderness of smaller provincial cities, however, the picture is different. There, another breed of foreigners, working illeg…
Italy’s Had Enough of the Woke Agenda and Its Pushback Has Liberals Enraged
Italy has made some conservative policy changes that can be attributed to a government that stands for traditional values.

Business, Finance & Investment

A Report from the ESG Wars | National Review
The week of July 17, 2023 (belatedly): The ESG debate (continued), fiscal policy, electric vehicles, markets, and much, much more.
Why small caps could rally from here
Back on 12 October last year, with the S&P500 in the grip of a bear market, we published a blog titled “Why it might be time to be greedy once more”. It’s turned out to be a good call, as the index has since gained 21 per cent. But not all companies have participated in… Continue reading →


Texas college can charge out-of-state students higher tuition than illegal immigrants, court rules
The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a ruling made by a federal district judge that prevented the school from offering lower tuition to Texas illegal aliens than to American citizens from out of state.
A Leading Climate Scientist Expresses Doubt About the Veracity of the Global Warming Movement
A new book by a leading climate change scientist gives reason for hope that the light of truth is shedding a few rays into the dark, dystopian, ideologically driven pseudoscience known as global warming. With the 2023 publication of Climate Uncert…
The great flight from heterosexuality
Why so many young people, even straights, are calling themselves ‘queer’.

Crypto & Blockchain

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SEC Accuses Binance.US of Inflating Trading Volumes
In its newest scare tactic, the SEC alleged Binance.US inflated its trading volumes through a practice known as “wash trading.”
US crypto’s future could fall on these 4 digital asset bills
Dozens of bills aiming to regulate the U.S. crypto industry are reportedly before Congress but it seems four have the most support and could drastically change the crypto industry if passed.


Woke Fail: Jason Aldean’s ‘Try That in a Small Town’ Sales and Music Video Explode After Backlash
The music video for Jason Aldean’s country song “Try That in a Small Town” has become a massive hit after backlash.

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