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The trust fund kids of the Guardian: too slack to even compile their own hit list

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On January 21 and 22. the Institute of Public Affairs received correspondence about a planned register of think-tanks in Australia by The Guardian Australia “to improve Australian public debate through the creation of a database about think tanks and organisations that seek to participate in political discussion in Australia.”

The Guardian Australia is planning to use the database to attempt to twist its journalism by stating the funding of organisations it quotes in its stories every time it mentions said organisation, and would encourage other media to use it too. The IPA believes this is a censorious attack on the free speech of mainstream Australians who would seek to donate and join organisations like the IPA.

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