Every week we reach hundreds of thousands of people through placing arguments in the media in support of the principles we stand for. No other advocacy group in the country does as much as we do to promote support for policies that defend your right, and that of your community, to make decisions about your own life free from counter-productive government interference.

Letter: What exactly does the DA stand for? - Businesslive

6 February 2019 - Though the DA may often be treated unfairly in the media, it does itself no favours by abandoning liberal principles when it suits it. The party would probably be treated more fairly in the media, and have a better image among voters, if it stuck to those principles rather than seemingly abandoning them on a whim.

Eery echo for SA in Attenborough’s Davos warning - Rational Standard

4 February 2019 - Some wisdom might be found in another remark by Sir David: ‘The enormity of the problem has only just dawned on quite a lot of people … Unless we sort ourselves out in the next decade or so we are dooming our children and our grandchildren to an appalling future.’ This sounds eerily applicable to South Africa’s economic direction.

Petting the polecats - Politicsweb

3 February 2019 - Our support for left-wing tyrannical regimes arises rather from the ideology of the national democratic revolution to which the ANC and its communist and trade union allies remain committed. This means that their commitment to our Constitution cannot be taken for granted.

Is your pension fair game? - Saturday Star

2 February 2019 - The financial squeeze South Africa is facing now may not have the apocalyptic dimensions of the 1980s, but enough common ground exists between the two situations to warrant concern. Then, as now, prescribed assets were a desperate gasp from a state that was struggling to come to terms with the realities of its predicament.

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