According to the annual HILDA research into household income, growth has certainly stalled, and we’re relying on welfare less.
Michael Marmot has discovered an important societal aspect. Those of higher station enjoy a greater standard of health. Lifestyle has little to do with it.
In the pursuit of excellence, we’ve let the conditions of the ordinary Australian slip. Ordinary is fine, and ordinary is worth fighting for.
Recently, a bill that would see Elon Musk and his ilk able to work above the state laws of South Australia was vociferously shot down. I think we should do it, as history has shown it to work.
The climate change conversation is one worth having, but what isn’t being discussed is the potential cost to Australian farmers’ businesses. Fortunately, thanks to our partners at CelsiusPro, peace of mind is at hand.
The poor and the elderly seem to be viewed as two of the world’s greatest economic problems to be solved. Enter Rutger Bregman, a man with a logical plan.