Founded in January 2010, Menzies House is the leading Australian community for conservative, centre-right and libertarian thinkers and activists.
In fitting with Sir Robert Menzies’ ideals as the founder of the ‘broad church’ that became the Liberal Party of Australia, Menzies House publishes a wide spectrum of views and opinions from within Australia and around the world.
Menzies House is not affiliated with any particular political party. Having said that, our 'broad church' does not go as far as including socialism but instead supports the mainstream concepts of freedom, individuality and capitalism.
Run by volunteer editors, Menzies House is a not-for-profit website that relies primarily on the support of our generous donors to remain open.
The editorial team blog regularly on Menzies House and the website is updated daily.
We encourage our readers to get involved in the debate in the comments section of each article and to keep in mind our comments policy.
In the meantime, if you're new to Menzies House, here is a brief introductory message highlighting some of our more popular posts to give you a taste of what we are all about!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Menzies House?
Menzies House is an opinion website which publishes submissions from the broad centre-right community. It is NOT a think tank and articles posted do not reflect or represent the views of the editor.
Are you affiliated with the Liberal Party?
No. Menzies House has no affiliations with the Liberal Party whatsoever, and frequently publishes articles by representatives of other political parties.
Were you started by Cory Bernardi?
No. Contrary to several inaccurate media reports, Menzies House has no relationship with Senator Bernardi whatsoever, other than that Senator Bernardi was one of many donors who contributed to the start up costs of our website.
What is the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance?
Menzies House is a project of the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, a 25,000 member strong non-partisan grassroots activist body dedicated to fighting tax, regulation and waste. For more information on the Australian Taxpayers Alliance click here.
How can I contribute?
To contribute a post to Menzies House, please email your submissions to email@example.com accompanied by a display photo and 2 line biography.