On 27 January TNT’s Jason Olbourne interviewed Richard Kelly.
Job one of ASF was to organise disparate independent thinkers who believe reform is both needed and possible, and broadly adhere to a few core guiding principles, while accepting that not all of those so organised will agree on everything and that that fact is a source of strength.
The freedom-oriented movement that has steadily grown and galvanised opposition to government and corporate coercion in the last four years has produced many brilliant analyses of problems and culprits. Yet precious little time has been spent thinking about how a better society could work, and what constructive next steps can
This post contains the full session recordings of the Progress Through Science and Freedom Conference.
At the 2023 ASF general meeting, Paul Frijters presented on Nova Academia, a new academic education starting in Belgium, involving several ASF members as mentors and teachers.
Since the 1960s, an incestuous relationship appears to have evolved between teaching and research institutions, governing bodies including boards and regulators, and pharmaceutical companies. Unfortunately, many clinicians remain ignorant of this.
By and large, the public expects our health experts to present recommendations based on the health science, not behavioural science. In my opinion, this admission demonstrated that the medical industry and political class showed a preparedness to use children as pawns in a societal game of chess, rather than consideration
All children will be taught and shaped by someone; the issue is by whom and for what outcome?
Rigged is the work of two economists, Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters, both of whom either currently or previously plied their trade in Australian academia. As the title suggests, the book tells the story of how networks of individuals in government and the private sector, referred to collectively as “James”

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