Category: Student contributions

23May
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Top 7 Historical Mistakes of the Modern Age

Not buying Google for $1 Million

In 1999, Google founders Larry Page  and Sergey Brin approached George Bell, Excite CEO, to sell their search engine for one million dollars. Today, Google is worth more than $659 billion.

26Apr
CultureListsNewsStudent contributions

Top 7 Leftie Films

Capitalism: A Love Story (2009) This film attempts to blame’s America’s social problems on capitalism. Moore focuses on families who are having their homes repossessed following the mortgage crises...

27Mar
CultureListsPoliticsStudent contributions

Top 7 Australian Political Gaffes

Policy making is serious business, but sometimes we’re allowed a few laughs at our politicians. Here are 7 cringeworthy moments from Australia’s politicians that we just don’t want to forget.  

01Feb
EconomicsHighlightStudent contributions

Oxfam is wrong, it’s the economic freedom that helps the poor

Oxfam’s obsessive and inaccurate focus on inequality ignores the incredible progress economic freedom has achieved for the world’s poorest, writes Generation Liberty contributor Daniel Press.

09Sep
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Fewer boondoggles, more hedgefunds: the dismal record of foreign aid in Africa

By Daniel Press A top professor of public health and income inequality, Sir Michael Marmot, recently proposed a thought experiment in third-world development on the ABC’s Q&A.

06Jul
EducationOpinionPoliticsStudent contributions

Opinion: Political correctness is insidiously evil and downright destructive

Winter is coming. The most insidiously evil and downright destructive political movement we’ll ever see is before us. It’s colder, harsher, and more damaging to western civilisation than anything...

28Jun
EconomicsEducationStudent contributions

What it’s like to debate socialists: a reflection

On 20 May 2016, Generation Liberty, in conjunction with the Melbourne University Freedom Society, took on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne in The Great Debate: Capitalism v....

08Jun
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Premier Mike Baird’s office found out about our prohibition party… and they weren’t happy!

Premier Mike Baird’s lockout laws represent an entirely new era of prohibition. That’s why Generation Liberty hosted a special event against the draconian measures: an underground prohibition party,...

27May
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Opinion: Facebook trends bias? Nothing to see here

The uncovering of alleged bias against ring-wing articles by Facebook has attracted cries of deceit and of bias from conservative commentators. The discovery related to the selective makeup of...

20May
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Generation Liberty takes on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne

Last week Generation Liberty, in conjunction with the Melbourne University Freedom Society, took on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne in The Great Debate: Capitalism v. Socialism.