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CIS 36m
Tax cuts should reduce the overall tax burden — anyone who feels they don’t pay enough in tax is always welcome to pay more voluntarily.
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CIS 2h
CRACKING UP? Culture and the Displacement of Virtue
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CIS 3h
The promotion of human rights is a noble cause, one not to be cynically dismissed. But acting on it – if one is concerned to be effective and not merely feel virtuous – is more complicated than many human rights activists recognise.
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CIS 4h
The fracturing of our is due, in large part, to a crisis of moral authority. We have a distorted view of morality because instead of being guided by reason, we are now guided by emotion.
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CIS 5h
Income tax plan not last word on reform
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CIS 6h
CRACKING UP? Culture and the Displacement of Virtue
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CIS 6h
Tax cuts should reduce the overall tax burden — anyone who feels they don’t pay enough in tax is always welcome to pay more voluntarily.
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Sam Kennard 16h
The government should not be entitled to automatic tax take growth. Indexation of the tax theshholds and cutting the top rate are 2 more important fixes.
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CIS 18h
Taxpayers deserved a break
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CIS 19h
The promotion of human rights is a noble cause, one not to be cynically dismissed. But acting on it – if one is concerned to be effective and not merely feel virtuous – is more complicated than many human rights activists recognise.
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CIS 20h
The fracturing of our culture is due, in large part, to a crisis of moral authority. We have a distorted view of morality because instead of being guided by reason, we are now guided by emotion.
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CIS 21h
Income tax plan not last word on reform
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CIS 22h
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CIS 23h
The promotion of human rights is a noble cause, one not to be cynically dismissed. But acting on it – if one is concerned to be effective and not merely feel virtuous – is more complicated than many human rights activists recognise.
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CIS 24h
The fracturing of our is due, in large part, to a crisis of moral authority. We have a distorted view of morality because instead of being guided by reason, we are now guided by emotion.
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CIS Jul 15
Income tax plan not last word on reform
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CIS Jul 15
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CIS Jul 15
Taxpayers deserved a break
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CIS Jul 15
The promotion of human rights is a noble cause, one not to be cynically dismissed. But acting on it – if one is concerned to be effective and not merely feel virtuous – is more complicated than many human rights activists recognise.
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CIS Jul 15
The fracturing of our culture is due, in large part, to a crisis of moral authority. We have a distorted view of morality because instead of being guided by reason, we are now guided by emotion.
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