“There is no more fundamental indication of individual freedom than the ability to decide what to do with our own body,” Senator Leyonhjelm writes. “If the law prevents us from making free choices about it then we are not reallyRead More
Liberal Democrat Senator David Leyonhjelm has achieved an agreement with the Government that will give sporting shooters a new state-of the art home in western Sydney and free up $3 billion of land at Malabar. The agreement resolves ten yearsRead More
This will be the focus of a new Senate inquiry announced today by Liberal Democrat Senator
David Leyonhjelm into the regulatory governance and economic impact of wind turbines.
Taking Classical Liberalism to the people – article in the Financial Review After I was elected, during a trip to Canberra, I stood at the Australian War Memorial and looked down Anzac Parade. Parliament House dwarfed its predecessor, stretching itsRead More
The Abbott government struggled to gain passage of anything worthwhile in its first full year. Most of its economic reforms were stymied, with higher education the most notable failure. It’s fair to say the deficit problem is still far fromRead More
Last week, attorney general George Brandis described data retention as “absolutely crucial in identifying terrorist networks and protecting the public”. On that basis, he argued for passage of the government’s data retention legislation. This assertion is simply false. The government has allRead More