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A Rational Fear
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Australia's best comedic voices and experts savage the news in comedy podcast. It's fast. It's funny. It's like #qanda on crack. 🏆 Nominated for Best Comedy Podcast 2019 - Australian Podcast Awards 🏆Sign up to the newsletter: http://www.arationalfear.com
 
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My name is Florian, I am an Architect, Father and Small Business Owner, living in sunny Brisbane Australia. I created this to channel and podcast to discuss politics, social justice, education, Men's Rights, and anything else that interests me. I generally try to see both sides of a situation and like to focus on Australian content. #AusPol #Australia #Politics
 
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The Australia Institute’s Follow the Money podcast explains Australia’s big economic issues in plain English. We bust myths, dissect politics, interpret econobabble and help you sound really smart at your next dinner party, with host Ebony Bennett.
 
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Nominal Interest is the brand new podcast by the Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA). Each week, on Wednesdays at 7:00, we plan to dissect the news of the week in the worlds of politics, economics, pop culture and everything in between. We hope to bring an engaging, accessible and novel approach to the big stories as they happen, and we’re looking forward to joining in the discussion with you.
 
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Defence issues dominate the week as Turkey invades Syria, the superannuation system failing young Aussies, new book about the Breaker Morant trial, unions critical of upcoming trade deals, concerns about African swine fluBy Breaking Politics.
 
The Grumps assess Scott Morrison's difficult predicament after the Turkish incursion into Syria and also cast an eye over Labor's policy desert.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks.
 
Dire drought conditions and the economy causing problems back home for a globe trotting PM.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks.
 
Interest rates cut to a new record low, Review into retirement incomes, Hungry Jacks boss to build "vegan meat" factory, Federal Police concerned about ACT move to legalise cannabis and review into school-based bankingBy Breaking Politics.
 
Calls are being made for the government to increase stimulus spending. Are we in danger of our leaders falling for the broken window fallacy?By Florian Heise.
 
Another RBA rate cut is predicted, will it help the economy or has monetary policy depleted its effectiveness?By Florian Heise.
 
After six months of the lowest sales in years, is Melbourne's property recovering? Or is it just a combination of limited supply and the insane number of rate cuts?By Florian Heise.
 
The US is calling Australia out on our three hidden recessions.By Florian Heise.
 
Existing housing purchases are not included in CPI. How would our inflation rate look if it were included?By Florian Heise.
 
Government guarantees have the potential to drive up housing.By Florian Heise.
 
Housing Affordability is a huge problem in Australia and will dampen hopes that soaring housing prices will save the Australian economy from recession.By Florian Heise.
 
The PM says China should lose its "developing economy" status, Scott Morrison says the media is misrepresenting the government's climate policy, Move to impeach President Trump, Trademark battle over Manuka Honey and more drought assistanceBy Breaking Politics.
 
Job vacancies drop and unemployment rates rise.By Florian Heise.
 
Frydenberg pins hope on soaring Housing Prices to save the economy.By Florian Heise.
 
Petrol prices soared recently in Australian and have remained high.By Florian Heise.
 
Surprisingly, household spending intentions are looking up. A temporary blip or a change in trend?By Florian Heise.
 
Former Treasurer Peter Costello believes Australia has been in a hidden recession.By Florian Heise.
 
Foreign Influence on Australian Companies is going to be recorded.By Florian Heise.
 
The RBA is hoping that tax returns will save the Australian economy.By Florian Heise.
 
The NSW construction industry is collapsing with the largest number of bankruptcies since 2015.By Florian Heise.
 
The RBA is uncertain why the Australian economy is slowing down. And they are our central planners' people.By Florian Heise.
 
It's all things US as Scott Morrison visits the great protector.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks.
 
Germany's manufacturing sector is in recession.By Florian Heise.
 
The Australian Building Code Board is making out of cycle changes to the National Construction Code as a response to the Shergold Weir Report.By Florian Heise.
 
Enjoy a sample of the News Fighters podcast with guest host Dan Ilic from A Rational Fear. Head to newsfighters.com to check out the other episodes. "In the fourth and final episode of our pilot week guest host Dan Ilic cherry picks at Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s appearance on Insiders this morning. Also ABC broadcaster and American politica ...…
 
Real Estate baron John McGrath sells his last property. Agent's exiting the market is surely a sign of a boom?By Florian Heise.
 
Another good weekend for the property market is leading some pundits to claim are rebound is underway. I am much too sceptical.By Florian Heise.
 
Vic Roads has implemented a social procurement methodology in their tendering process. How can this be reconciled with merit-based outcomes?By Florian Heise.
 
Gladys Liu saga continues, debate over energy prices, controversial family law review, the Prime Minister in the US, Israel Elections and Tamil family get a temporary reprieve to stay in AustraliaBy Breaking Politics.
 
Fire protection defects might be the next Australian construction issue facing the industry.By Florian Heise.
 
China's economy is slowing and economists are concerned about the potential impact on the Australian economy.By Florian Heise.
 
The Corruption and Crime Commission in Western Australia has accused WA's Potato Regulator of serious misconduct. Of course, a CEO needs a $400,000 redundancy from regulating potatoes.By Florian Heise.
 
Negative Interest Rates are irrational, let's look at the Austrian perspective.By Florian Heise.
 
The Senate has referred the Cash Ban Bill to the Economics Legislation Committee and the due date for submissions is the 15th of November. Are you going to make a submission?By Florian Heise.
 
A new book, "See What you Made Me Do" by Walkley-award winning investigative journalist Jess Hill looks at the national emergency that is domestic violence or what Jess now calls domestic abuse.Trigger warning: some of the content we are going to discuss and the clips of various government anti-violence campaigns may be upsetting for some liste ...…
 
A new book, "See What you Made Me Do" by Walkley-award winning investigative journalist Jess Hill looks at the national emergency that is domestic violence or what Jess now calls domestic abuse.Trigger warning: some of the content we are going to discuss and the clips of various government anti-violence campaigns may be upsetting for some liste ...…
 
A new book, "See What you Made Me Do" by Walkley-award winning investigative journalist Jess Hill looks at the national emergency that is domestic violence or what Jess now calls domestic abuse.Trigger warning: some of the content we are going to discuss and the clips of various government anti-violence campaigns may be upsetting for some liste ...…
 
Australia's unemployment rate has risen in August to 5.3% despite the RBA's hopes and dreams.By Florian Heise.
 
A big Washington dinner, drought implications and the health of the budget.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks.
 
The Perth Convention Centre is Sinking. Yes, sinking.By Florian Heise.
 
Cold Rock Ice Creamery stores are closing abruptly. A clear example of the challenges facing small business in the retail sector.By Florian Heise.
 
Let's look at the recent behaviour of the State-controlled Potato Marketing Corporation of WA to learn how terrible and wasteful government intervention can be. This one turns into a slight rant.By Florian Heise.
 
The Cash Transaction Ban has passed the coalition party room and is now one step closer to becoming law. Still waiting on the release of those treasure submissions...By Florian Heise.
 
Australian food production hits a four year low due to the drought and international conditions.By Florian Heise.
 
The public is beginning to learn that private Banks are "printing" money out of thin air.By Florian Heise.
 
Investors are losing millions of dollars because of the Ralan Group Collapse. Buying off the plan isn't risk-free.By Florian Heise.
 
The Transport Workers Union is comparing voluntary agreements between Uber and their contractors with slavery. This is how industries and opportunities for individuals are destroyed.By Florian Heise.
 
With calls for a return to Rudd era direct government stimulus, it is worth looking at the broken window fallacy and asking whether our current housing affordability crisis may be in part to blame on Rudd?By Florian Heise.
 
Claims have been made that China was responsible for a recent cyber attack on the Australian Parliament and major political parties.By Florian Heise.
 
Oil prices spike amid threat of war because of a recent drone attack on a Suadi Arabian refinery and oil field.By Florian Heise.
 
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