David Leyonhjelm will be taking a break for the rest of this month and will return in June, as will his regular columns.
Meanwhile, here's some links to his most popular articles of the past three months:
BARELY a day goes by in which we are not told to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables.
Fruit and veg could kill you
DO reason, common sense and the weight of evidence win in the end? Not always, but at least in the case of mulesing they might be making a comeback.
Will reason prevail on mulesing?
COLES is now discovering the ephemeral nature of the support of animal rights and consumer advocates.
Coles’ free-range headache
IF you run a small business such as a dress shop or accounting practice, there are no specialised public servants waiting to give you advice. At best you’ll find someone in the tax office to tell you if something is deductible (and best of luck if you believe them).
I’m from the government and I’m here to help
ALTHOUGH Australia is a prosperous country, are we so wealthy that we can spurn investments that would increase our wealth? Some people certainly think so.
CSG: our saviour?
YOU may have noticed that Australian Agricultural Company (AAC) chief executive officer David Farley got a pay rise last year of 28 per cent, taking his total remuneration to $1.2 million.
Are ag shareholders getting screwed?
THERE are about eight million reasons why Greenpeace should be charged with a crime against humanity.
Greenpeace's greatest crime
WHEN other people’s money is being thrown about with more than usual gusto, it is usually a sign that an election is not far away. Hence last week’s announcement of assistance to farmers “struggling with acute levels of debt”.
Buying the farmer's vote
David's regular columns will return in June.
David Leyonhjelm has been an agribusiness consultant for 25 years. He may be contacted at email@example.com