Publisher & Managing Editor
Tim Andrews is the Executive Director of the Australian Taxpayers' Alliance. He graduated from the University of Sydney with degrees in Economics (Social Sciences), Law (Hons.), and a Masters in Public Policy. He served as President of the Australian Liberal Students' Federation and Vice President (Policy) of the NSW Young Liberals from 2006-2008.
He is the current Treasurer of the Australian Libertarian Society, and serves on the Board of Management for the HR Nicholls Society. Andrews has several years expirience working in Washington DC working for Americans for Tax Reform, the Cato Insitute, and as a Koch Associate.
Assistant Managing Editor
Timothy W. Humphries is the Assistant Manaing Editor of Menzies House, and responsible for the day-to-day running of the website. A writer Based in Brisbane, Queensland. He has appeared in Menzies House, The Australian Libertarian Society blog and The Australian Tea Party blog.
As well as being a tech savant, Tim is also interested in Journalism and History. He is currently preparing a Ph.D. thesis proposal and also working on plays and a TV pilot that may or may not appear on Australian television at some point in the near future.
Tim has a Bachelor of Technology (Information Systems) from Swinburne University and is close to finishing a journalism qualification.Tim's sincere hope is that he doesn't become bitter and cynical like some of the public servants he briefly encountered in 2007. Tim can be reached via twitter @mothyspace
Editor at Large
Geoff has a diverse background, including being a one time oil tanker engineer, a trans-Atlantic yachtsman, a foodie and "lustry writer of its pleasures" based in Montreal, a one time member of the la presse gastronomique and La Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs and a radio broadcaster on epicurean matters. He 'graduated' from food writing to political commentary, and has written thousands of columns for various publications. He states that he is a post graduate from the college of life, and wants his headstone to read: “they said it wouldn’t kill me!”
Religion & Politics Editor
Chris Ashton lives in Sydney with his wife and daughter. He is a former police officer, an elder in the Presbyterian Church and a postgraduate student of arts and theology. His particular interests are Christian creeds and confessions and the interaction between religion and culture. You can follow him on twitter @ChrisAshton.
U.S. Politics Editor
Michi Iljazi earned his Master's Degree in Political Science at American University in Washington, D.C. and currently resides in Tampa, Florida. Before relocating back to Florida, he specialized in longitudinal campaign tracking and voter trends for Federal Races nationwide while working for a Washington DC based center-right political advocacy organisation.
Damian Wyld is the South Australian State President of the National Civic Council. After graduating with a BA (Hons) (joint honours in politics and history) from the University of Adelaide, he spent several years as a state and federal political staffer.
Married with two sons, Damian has a keen interest in current affairs and also does some work in the PR field.
Damian is also South Australian State Secretary of the Australian Family Association and serves on the advisory board of the Conservative Leadership Foundation.
She has been a member of the Liberal Party for almost a decade and is a former President of the Western Australian Union of Liberal Students and Secretary of the WA Young Liberals. As well as writing on a number of different policy areas, Jess is interested in campaign strategy and Australian electoral statistics.