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Best Cory Bernardi podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Cory Bernardi podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Cory Bernardi
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Cory Bernardi is the unapologetic voice of conservative principles andcommon sense in Australian politics.He is the author of seven books andhis ‘Weekly Dose of Common Sense’blog reaches hundreds of thousandsof readers every week.His direct confrontation of thepolitical left and their cheerleadersin the media reflect the sentimentsof Australia’s forgotten people- thesilent majority.In a short period of time, Cory hasbecome one of the most watched, read and talked aboutpoliticians in Australia.
 
Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you
 
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Pollie Wanna Cracker
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Tim doesn't know a great deal about Aussie politics, but he wants to learn. So, he is going straight to the source, the politicians, to engage in conversation and find out who they really are. Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @polliepodcast
 
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Shadow health minister Chris Bowen joins Katharine Murphy for a detailed chat about Labor’s election loss, his shift to the health portfolio and why the upcoming religious freedom bill is a ‘dog’s breakfast’By The Guardian
 
In a wide-ranging interview with Katharine Murphy and Lenore Taylor, the ex-PM opens up about how climate denialism has come to Australia supported by the Murdoch newspapers, how the rightwing of the Liberal party ‘operate like terrorists’, and why laws targeting secondary boycotts could be unconstitutional Malcolm Turnbull says Liberals’ strug ...…
 
The official campaign post-mortem has been completed by Jay Weatherill and Craig Emerson, but will it set a new trajectory for Labor or simply mark another lost election? Katharine Murphy sits down with Weatherill to discuss the findings of the ‘warts-and-all’ review. Was Bill Shorten found untrustworthy by voters? Will the party continue to be ...…
 
As Arthur Sinodinos takes over from Joe Hockey as ambassador to the US, Katharine Murphy talks through his 20-year career. From Scott Morrison’s work ethic and views on climate change to the future of working with Donald Trump, Sinodinos discusses the Coalition’s approach to the next termBy The Guardian
 
Katharine Murphy sits down with the president of the National Farmers’ Federation, Fiona Simson, to talk about their new drought policy. It looks at long-term objectives it thinks the Coalition should be considering to enhance resilience for farmers. But is the government likely to listen? What did Barnaby Joyce achieve as drought envoy? – Full ...…
 
How does Australia rank on a global scale for its policies on education, employment, immigration and climate change? Katharine Murphy talks to Andrew Wear, a Victorian public servant and author who is looking to foreign countries for inspiration on policy. Wear discusses how Australia is a global leader in immigration, but risks falling behind ...…
 
Scott Morrison appears to have made a calculation: that he gains more than he loses from a close relationship with Donald Trump. But as Trump faces an impeachment inquiry, continues a trade war with China and ramps up military activity around Iran, is it wise to be seen to be so close to this president? Recently returned from her trip to the US ...…
 
Labor MP Tim Watts and former Guardian Australia political correspondent Gabrielle Chan join Katharine Murphy to discuss identity and multiculturalism in Australia, from the White Australia policy to the recent debate around Gladys Liu. Particular focus is paid to the Asian-Australian community, with observations drawn from Watts’s new book, Th ...…
 
The shadow climate minister, Mark Butler, sits down with Katharine Murphy to discuss Labor’s ambitious climate policies. Did they lead to Labor’s election loss? And will Labor’s stance on climate change remain ‘unshakeable’?• Labor’s climate policies are ‘unshakeable’ despite election loss, Mark Butler says…
 
Katharine Murphy talks with Liberal MPs Tim Wilson and Jason Falinski on the state of the economy. With the pressing sense that time and opportunity are being wasted, they try to dispel the notion the Morrison government doesn’t want new policy reform. Will they act on climate change and its impact? What’s their plan for overcoming disruption? ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at some highlights from this year's episodes: Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels publish the communist manifesto, legendary Aussie bush poet Banjo Paterson, the very effective Fabian Society and confrontational politics. In Your Say: Halal certification rorts, exploiting our natural resources, refugees doing we ...…
 
The latest GDP figures showed the worst annual economic growth for 18 years. Guardian writer Greg Jericho and senior economics correspondent at Nine newspapers, Shane Wright, join Katharine Murphy to discuss why these figures are so bad. Why are living standards falling? Is low growth the new normal? And what’s the likelihood of a recession?…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at the sewer that is social media, a revived things that make you go hmmm where a vegan is suing her neighbours over the smell of barbeque, National Flag Day, and a brief look in history at Sir Robert Menzies. In Your say: The witch hunt against Alan Jones, conflict in Hong Kong, an unhealthy dependence o ...…
 
It’s been 12 months since Scott Morrison took over from Malcolm Turnbull as prime minister. Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, chief political correspondent, Sarah Martin, and reporter Paul Karp discuss his first year and answer your questions on politicsBy The Guardian
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at some highlights from this year's episodes: Social media deteriorating society, The founder of modern conservatism Edmund Burke, Larger government is not the answer as can be seen by the NBN, In Your Say: Young conservatives being censored at school, Political apathy in society today, Lateral recruitmen ...…
 
Christine Morgan has been tasked with cutting suicide rates in Australia as Scott Morrison’s suicide prevention adviser. With suicide as the leading cause of death among young Australians, and at twice the rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people compared to that of non-Indigenous Australians, Katharine Murphy talks to Morgan about ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at: The humbling life of Dr. Jim Forbes, The government to introduce its religious freedoms bill, National Flag Day and a common sense quiz. Some weird and wacky events in the world recently, Chernobyl vodka, Murder on the dance floor, Robots developing a taste for whiskey and A leap of faith to escape au ...…
 
Beth Noveck and Rod Glover are warning the Australian public service faces a ‘creeping crisis’ of effectiveness and legitimacy. Katharine Murphy talks to Noveck, former director of the open government initiative in the Obama White House, and Monash University’s Rod Glover – a former senior public servant and prime ministerial adviser – about ad ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at: Andrew Hastie's views on China, Your Say: Repealing the hurt feelings test - 18C, Not in my Backyard - energy and the right to my own land, Land tax undermining the rights of all property owners, Israelis are some of the most resilient people on Earth, Economic slowdown from government growth, Plebisc ...…
 
Australia not to be owned or held captive by any interests other than Australia's, This week in history remembers the August offensive at Gallipoli, the first atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and the Coniston Massacre. Your Say: Overpopulation and baby bonuses, Updates to Social Media Policy, Senator Hanson's stunt to waste taxpayer's money tel ...…
 
Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt wants a referendum on Indigenous constitutional recognition within three years, but can the Liberal party unite on this issue? Katharine Murphy is joined by Richie Ah Mat, the Cape York Land Council chairman, and Rachel Perkins, managing director of Blackfella Films and a director of non-profit grou ...…
 
Should Facebook stop fake news? Does Google store too much data from consumers? These are questions the ACCC has spent 18 months trying to answer in its digital platform inquiry report. Communications minister Paul Fletcher joins Katharine Murphy to discuss the dominance of these platforms, how they affect our lives and what kind of regulation ...…
 
In this episode Senator Bernardi talks about Senate inquiries and committees, Ensuring integrity in unions and holding union heads to the same standards as company heads, Social media companies are the new press barons, A recent rise in antisemitism, Your Say: Are Julie Bishop and Christopher Pyne in breach of the Ministerial Code of Conduct? I ...…
 
After a historic loss for the Labor party, new leader Anthony Albanese now finds himself recalibrating the party for the future. He joins Katharine Murphy to discuss how he wants the party to be seen for what they stand for rather than what they stand against. Anthony Albanese on the progressive backlash: ‘People are looking for easy answers’…
 
In this episode Senator Bernardi talks about the racism of quotas, Australian hero Mack Horton, Border Protection, The history of prohibition in Australia, Your Say: The success of the recycling program in SA, Renovations, Runaway Legislation, Religious Freedoms, Tommy Robinson, Economic growth covering Government's Sins, Nuclear power, Online ...…
 
In this episode Senator Bernardi talks about his Protected Freedoms Bill, How we are being strangled by regulations, The hypocrites of Australian politics, Your say: Coal mines and farming co-existing, The Murray Darling Basin debacle, A New Conservative Party? Indigenous treaties, The dangers of nuclear power, Constitutional change, Common sen ...…
 
Katharine Murphy talks with Keith Pitt, MP for Hinkler, on his recent win for the LNP in the federal election. A strong advocate of nuclear power, Pitt pushes the argument forward despite his doubts on a carbon price and the economic cost Keith Pitt on nuclear power and self-styled experts in Canberra…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at: The new Senate and tax cuts Freeing up our natural gas resources The very different Jacqui Lambie who has returned to Canberra, The importance of deregulating the Australian economy The different “isms” that seek to fight the global threats to our society: Classic Liberalism, Libertarianism and Conser ...…
 
After disbanding the Australian Conservatives, Cory Bernardi talks with Katharine Murphy about Scott Morrison’s overhaul of his would-be voters. How did the party gather so much support and so quickly lose it? They discuss his feelings about reactionary parties, as well as his plans as an independent.…
 
During the dramatic August 2018 leadership spill that saw Malcolm Turnbull ousted as prime minister, journalist and former political staffer Niki Savva was investigating behind the scenes every step of the way. Her latest book, Plots and Prayers, reveals what caused the audacious play for power in the Liberals’ conservative faction. How did Sco ...…
 
In this week's episode, Senator Bernardi talks about: The importance of tax reduction The philosophy of Kenny Rogers and preserving the lessons of history We cannot remain silent in the Culture Wars and must continue to fight creeping Marxism Sir John Monash (27 June 1865-8 October 1931) Your Say: A Kite-boarding correction The Folau Fiasco and ...…
 
As parliament is about to resume for the first time since the federal election, Katharine Murphy talks to Helen Haines, the new independent MP for Indi. With climate change a top issue in her seat, how will she use her position on the crossbench to push for action? And what solutions does she have to break the policy deadlock? Katharine Murphy: ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at: Feedback about de-registration of the Australian Conservatives A reflection on making decisions The importance of “crunchiness” The Bradfield Scheme Your say: Going into debt in exchange for infrastructure and services Banks confiscating depositors’ funds The definition of true Conservatism Folau’s fu ...…
 
In this episode Senator Bernardi talks about: The Kite Surfing Senator The Coalition’s small, yet massive, election victory Tax cuts are good but the crossbench in the Senate are putting expensive conditions on us getting them Government is not doing a really good job so why do you want to give it more jobs to do? Words of wisdom from the book ...…
 
At a time when it seemed Barnaby Joyce would lose support in his seat following widespread criticism of his conduct and track record, the MP for New England actually increased his vote. What is it about Joyce that his constituents are drawn to? Is it the work he has done for the electorate? Or has the right challenger not come along yet? ‘He’s ...…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Caroline Fisher, project leader of the Digital News Report Australia 2019, a recent survey on Australia’s engagement with the media. Why do Australians avoid the news? Who is most vulnerable to fake news, and what do they think fake news is?By The Guardian
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at Chinese Communist Party influence in Australia, The cult of global warming alarmism, the 1990 recession we had to have and how today’s migration Ponzi scheme will lead us down a similar path and special guest, Channel 9 Political Editor Chris Uhlmann.By Cory Bernardi
 
After a post-election break, Katharine Murphy is back with Peter Lewis to take a closer look at what went wrong with the opinion polls. After three years pointing to a Labor victory, how did the system apparently fail? Why are disengaged voters discounted in data? And with robopolls and technology advancing rapidly, what does the future of poll ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi looks at the latest interest rate cut… is it good or bad? And the Fabian Society and how many of our Labor politicians are members of this pernicious, Marxist cult.By Cory Bernardi
 
In this week's episode, Senator Bernardi talks about his great optimism at the election outcome, Anthony Albanese - the inner-city Tory-hater – he is everything that is the problem with the Labor Party, What exactly did the year 2000’s Walk For Reconciliation across the Sydney Harbour Bridge achieve? Australian Tax Office diversity, Compelled r ...…
 
In this week's episode, Senator Bernardi talks about: The 2019 federal election result, This day in history, How the Scott Morrison led Coalition is more closely reflecting Conservative Party policies and values,] A booth volunteer’s perspective, Peter Dutton’s re-election in Queensland, Salting of Corangamite, The attack on Clive Palmer, Compu ...…
 
How did it all unravel for Labor? Katharine Murphy is joined by Lenore Taylor, Amy Remeikis and Sarah Martin to examine a shock result and analyse what’s next for AustraliaBy The Guardian
 
Scott Morrison likes to represent himself as a regular Australian bloke but if you look at his career you begin to see how he’s deftly manoeuvred himself to be prime minister over many years. Even if the Coalition lose the election this year, could he stick around for a long time to come?By The Guardian
 
In this Episode, Senator Bernardi talks about: The 2019 federal election, Preferences, Special Guest interview with Mark Latham, Your Say: Converting voters, How to mark the Senate ballot paper, SA Senate Candidates, We’re not running in the lower house, Who to vote for in the ACT, Kevin Bailey will be a great asset, Victorian Labor government ...…
 
On the NSW south coast sits the seat of Gilmore, considered a must-win for Labor to form government. It’s the most marginal seat in NSW and has become a four-cornered contest. Paul Karp finds a complicated mix of opinions and in this episode explores how voters pick up political messages and what it means for elections…
 
At the 2016 federal election, Tasmania’s surprising swing towards Labor heralded a better result for the ALP than many expected. But now the Coalition seems confident it can win back seats such as Braddon and Bass – the most volatile in the country – on 18 May. Adam Morton joins Mike Bowers on a trip through the two key marginals and speaks to ...…
 
In this episode, Senator Bernardi exposes the folly of Labor’s socialist policies and talks to Australian Conservatives' candidates Jonathan Crabtree in Western Australia, South Australia’s Rikki Lambert, Queensland’s Joanna Lindgren, Kate Horan and Lyle Shelton, New South Wales’ Sophie York, Tasmania’s Justin Stringer and Victoria’s Kevin Bail ...…
 
Amy Remeikis takes you to Townsville to explain how Queensland electorates differ vastly from those in other states. Herbert is Australia’s most marginal seat – and it appears that three years of campaigning haven’t shifted the balance At the mercy of minors: Labor and LNP wrestle for hyper-marginal Herbert…
 
Cory's on the campaign trail again this week and looks at: The great disruptors and why people are turning to them at this federal election, Don't waste your vote, The evils of a growing government, The history of Western Civilisation is worth protecting, Senator Bernardi's promise to you, The Australian Conservatives' ABC/SBS political message ...…
 
Anne Davies tells the story of the Murray-Darling basin and water buybacks, explaining how they work, why rural communities are angry and what it all has to do with Barnaby JoyceBy The Guardian
 
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