David In The Media

“We’re transferring money from lower income people to higher income people”

Senator Leyonhjelm’s interview with Patricia Karvelas where he highlights the ridiculousness of giving taxpayer money to high income families.

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Is a man not allowed to play a video game?

Senator Leyonhjelm talks about the ridiculous ban on Outlast 2.

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Leyonhjelm on cutting the childcare rebate for high income earners

Senator Leyonhjelm is interviewed on Sky News to talk about cuts to childcare subsidies for families with incomes of over $350,000

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Leyonhjelm on 18c changes

Senator Leyonhjelm talks to Peter Van Onselen about proposed changes to the section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act.

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Online poker bans and free speech

Senator Leyonhjelm is interviewed on Paul Murray Live where he talks about the government’s ill thought out online poker regulations and the reported reforms to section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act.

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Stamp duty — it’s stopping you buying a home

While Premier Gladys Berejiklian publicly wrings her hands about housing affordability in Sydney, she knows quite well that the high costs of buying and renting are substantially due to her own desperate addiction to three revenue streams. The first of these

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Drugs are a problem, but not a crime

The use of illegal drugs such as ice is an important community concern. The police, medical services and communities struggle to deal with the aggressive and hyperactive behaviour of ice addicts as well as the crimes they commit to fund

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David Leyonhjelm speaks with Miranda Devine on ACL car bombing

David Leyonhjelm joins Miranda Devine on 3AW on 28 February 2017 to talk about the car bombing of the Australian Christian Lobby headquarters in Canberra.

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David Leyonhjelm channels power of Kek to attack Section 18C

Senator David Leyonhjelm speaks to the media on 28 February 2017 and calls for a repeal of Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.

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Try not to be poor, because government is full of middle-class naggers

According to the most recent Global Wealth Report by the Credit Suisse Research Institute, Australia leads the world for having the largest proportion of adults who can be described as middle class, and also the smallest percentage of people who

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