— Len Deighton, born in 1929
According to Donald Trump "Jozef Imrich should stand for President" ;-)
Witnessing the Collapse of the Global Elite - The Atlantic.
What was once a gathering of western national security experts, attended by a few scores of military people, civil servants, scholars, and journalists, has mutated into a policy happening attended by a global mob. And the seeming success of this event—its quantum growth in size, the policy stars it draws, the media attention it receives, its ever-growing sense of self-importance—masks its failure as an institution
Time to revive the Republican debate? - Late Night Live - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
The Rise and Rise of New Feudalism | National Review
Republicanism in Australia ...
BETTER a bossy feudal master than no master at all. That, roughly, is what the voters of Liechtenstein, a tiny principality sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria, decided on March 16th when they voted two to one to rejig their constitution to give the ruling prince, Hans-Adam , more powers than any other European monarch Democratic feudalism | The Economist
Republican movement prepares for a post-Elizabeth debate | afr.com
Republic: Australia must debate becoming one in 2018
Australian Republic Movement
Our Thwarted Republic:Public Power vs. the New Feudalism | commentary - Commentary Magazine
Rodney Hilton, Marxism and the transition from feudalism to capitalism - LSE Research Online
It’s time to revive the republican debate: we cannot keep pushing it off into the future. On Late Night Live, Phillip Adams interviewed historian Benjamin Jones, author of This Time: Australia’s Republican Past and Future. Writing in the Canberra Times, John Warhurst calls on republicans to assert their case: they “must not be afraid to call out monarchist myths and needless distractions”
Companies that pay more tax deliver shareholders better returns. Writing in The Conversation Kerrie Sadiq and Bronwyn McCredie report on their research covering ASX200 companies from 2012 to 2017. They found that a higher percentage of tax paid by a corporation correlated with a higher dividend returns and that that share prices were more likely to increase.