The Next Assange

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The Next Assange
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We Must Prevent the Next Assange - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The next time — and there will be another Assange — the Court cannot fail to set out how to protect our most highly valued secrets.


New Research Shows CSIRO Misleading Australians On Energy Costs
Today, the IPA released the groundbreaking research report by University of Queensland Adjunct Professor Stephen Wilson, The Ruinous Cost of Free Energy: Why a system built on renewables is the most expensive of all options, which exposes the true cost of Australia’s future energy system. The research finds:
Visa fees for international students double, sparking outrage
The Australian government is doubling the cost of student visa fees for international students, prompting outrage from student representatives who say that the price hike will drive potential students to competitors.


South Africa names new cabinet for multi-party government
South Africa’s president has named members of the Government of National Unity after weeks of intense negotiations with opposition parties
The Great China Shell Game: The U.S. Must Stop Playing Sanctions Whack-A-Mole with the CCP
There is no mystery why China’s big banks have run from Russia: These behemoths — the four largest banks in the world ranked by assets are Chinese — know the U.S. can effectively impose a death sentence. The Secretary of the Treasury, for instance, can
NATO’s New Leader Isn’t up to the Task | National Review
Given the alliance’s challenges, it needs real leadership at the top, not a conciliatory Eurocrat.

Business, Finance & Investment

An Economic Crisis Point
It’s an election year, and the Dems are warming up their “tax the rich” chorus. Speaking at the Senate Finance Committee, Senator Mark Warner (Commie-Va.) said, The main goal here is this can’t just be a debate…
Discretionary expenditure is starting to bite
The 13-interest rate increases by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) in the 18 months to November 2023, combined with the bounce in inflationary expectations is starting to bite. Any company associated with discretionary expenditure missing its guidance from the slowing economic environment and cost-of-living pressures is being brutally dealt with by the share market. … Continue reading →


Pride Month Goes Out with a Whimper
What used to be an insufferable 4 weeks, this June turned out to be remarkably unremarkable for LGBT activism.
Why the Democrats lied about Joe Biden’s frailty
The presidential debate has exposed the ruthlessness of the American establishment.

Crypto & Blockchain

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Bitcoin’s Potential Rebound May Face Resistance at $65K, OnChain Analysis Shows
Short-term holders wallets sitting on loss may liquidate holdings near $65,000, capping a renewed upswing in bitcoin’s price.


New Zealand Rugby Star Dead at 25 After ‘Medical Event’
New Zealand rugby star Connor Garden-Bachop tragically passed away at 25 after a reported medical event, prompting condolences from his national team, rugby associations, and family. […]

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