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Best James Bolt & Peter Gregory podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best James Bolt & Peter Gregory podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The flags fly at half-mast on the podcast this week as Tony Jones’ last Q&A airs – we share our favourite moments from the Jones era, before providing a last minute British election guide and offer our predictions - loser has to wear the dunce hat in the office next week. In heroes and villains watch James hear the phrase fat rat's clacker for ...…
 
A few weeks ago we broke the story of Andrew Cooper being investigated by the Attorney General’s department for organising CPAC. Evan Mulholland tells us the results of his subsequent Freedom of Information request to the department – they won’t hand over any documents, but there are 1,300 of them. We discuss what that means (1:15-8:50). We als ...…
 
Christian Porter wants to end the internet, we tell you why it’s a dumb idea. Heroes and Villains this week include Bjorn Lomborg and why you don’t need to panic about rising sea levels, the Hong Kong people standing up for democracy in their elections, the town that cancelled Christmas and Sacha Baron Cohen’s speech on social media regulation. ...…
 
Should James Paterson and Andrew Hastie “repent” for their sins of speaking out against the Chinese government? Virginia Trioli might think so but we don’t – we talk to James Paterson to get the full story. Heroes and villains this week includes Jeremy Corbyn’s rightly calling the NHS communism, the ABC for doing our jobs for us, the world’s bi ...…
 
Pete doesn't mind the Greens playing politics with Australia’s bushfires - it's just that they're wrong. Heroes and villains this week includes the Geelong council that won’t declare a climate emergency, the beer company telling everyone Epstein didn’t kill himself, Q&A cancelling itself and Hillary Clinton’s Book of Gutsy Women not including T ...…
 
Race Has No Place in our Constitution, but apparently if you believe that you’re a bigot. James and Pete talk the IPA’s latest video and some of the reaction it’s been getting as well as the incredible story about FITS this week, with Andrew Cooper being investigated without a warrant by the Attorney General’s department for inviting conservati ...…
 
Climate change protesters are in protesting in Melbourne…again. This time they're spitting on people! The UK Parliament finally agrees on a December election and the ACCC is taking Google to court over your data – but would you rather have corporations have your data or the government? James and Pete discuss all this and share their heroes and ...…
 
Right to Know is a good campaign and we’re always happy to see people push for more free speech, but it’s so hypocritical of the ABC, Mark Dreyfus and Kristina Keneally to get on board. James and Pete discuss the whole campaign as well as the latest Brexit disappointment. Heroes and Villains this week include Nick Cave, Hillary Clinton (as a he ...…
 
James is especially fired up this episode – everyone’s copping a serve! We talk about why Extinction Rebellion shouldn't have to pay for a police presence and why their nudie run was a disappointment, the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize and why we’re about to have our 58th banking inquiry since the GFC. Heroes and villains this week includes ...…
 
James finally gets to talk about the NBA on the podcast – it’s just a shame it’s because they’re cowards. James and Pete talk about the NBA capitulating to China and recap the latest round of climate protests around Australia and ask why climate protesters never block streets in lefty suburbs. Our heroes and villains this week include South Par ...…
 
Australia is making international headlines over Donald Trump's impeachment saga and the media is losing its mind about it. We talk that and RMIT university giving a Chinese government agency overriding authority over teaching at its Confucius Institute, as well as the upcoming National Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution which will tota ...…
 
The world has talked about one issue and one issue only this week – climate change. James and Pete react to Greta Thunberg’s speech, the climate protests around Melbourne and The Conversation banning climate scepticism from the comments. We also talk Justin Trudeau’s blackface – or according to some media outlets his ‘skin darkening makeup’ - s ...…
 
James and Pete have the episode you need while you navigate the traffic of the climate march. We talk that, the University of Melbourne actively encouraging students to skip class, and then why half of Australia is not welcome at the ABC – especially if they’re Jacinta Price. Our heroes and villains this week include Marianne Williamson, drinki ...…
 
Rejoice listeners in New South Wales – the lockout laws are being repealed (probably, sort of)! James and Pete also cover the bill in Victoria which would be "18c on steroids" and the trainwreck interview where Liberal MP Gladys Liu is stumped by the tricky question of whether or not Xi Jinping is a dictator. We also recap our heroes and villai ...…
 
Brexit is in absolute chaos and James and Pete try to make sense of it. Finding none, we move on to the government’s exposure draft on religious discrimination and go through our heroes and villains of the week, including the world’s coolest fisherman, one of the cringiest questions ever from Q&A, UTS Engineering and Debra Messing. We talk to t ...…
 
What you’re being told about Brazil isn’t true, and same for electric cars. But one thing is for certain – we should definitely be nuking hurricanes. James and Pete discuss this and share their heroes and villains for the week, including Katharine Birbalsingh, Dave Chappelle, the University of Queensland and The Economist. Rita Panahi joins the ...…
 
Pete is back from Europe! And we’re right back in to the major stories, like if Pacific Island leaders and the UN would tell people in Bangladesh who don’t have electricity that coal is evil; Trump’s plans to buy Greenland; tell people not worry about fake Chinese police cars in Australia because the owners told the police they bought the decal ...…
 
Australia is finally having a free speech inquiry but it’s more narrow than we’d like, a ban on $10,000 cash payments proves the government hasn’t heard of cryptocurrency and QANTAS abandons environmentalism now that it might hurt sales. James and Adam from So Fox discuss all that then get into Heroes and Villains of the week, including Sarah S ...…
 
It has been a huge week for the Voice to Parliament debate so James and Adam bring you the latest. The Hong Kong protests are getting scarier, but it’s all ok because Prince Harry is going to save the world at a climate change conference in Sicily. Heroes and Villains features a 79 year old lady about to go to jail for feeding cats, the right t ...…
 
Pete is away so he misses out on discussing all the big stories of the week with James and Adam from So Fox – like the incoming regulation of big tech, all the government agencies (including Veterinary Surgeons Boards) who are trying to get your metadata, and Labor’s attempts to keep a CPAC speaker out of Australia because they threaten “equali ...…
 
All hail Boris Johnson. James and Pete are happy with the new UK Prime Minister because he will provide them with good content, talk about why super is a tax on young people, recap the latest with Dr Peter Ridd and James Cook University and tell anti-coal activists that harshly for opposing to export of Australian coal to countries like Banglad ...…
 
On this week's show James and Pete discuss Voice to Parliament, how Boris Johnson is going to make the Queen give speeches until Britain leaves the EU, Facebook's big fine and run through this week's heroes & villains. IPA Campus Coordinator Boston Edwards joins the show to talk strategy for storming Area 51, his path to Generation Liberty and ...…
 
This week James and Pete recap some bad news for vegans everywhere, a Queensland mine safety committee being disbanded due to gender imbalance and how the Democrat proposal for an increased minimum wage will cost 1.3 million jobs. New segments for the show include Grunt the Pig Freedom Medal and the Asda Award for Tyranny recapping heroes and v ...…
 
James and Pete discuss Antifa assaulting Quillette journalist Andy Ngo in Portland, Google engineering algorithms to interfere with the 2020 election, Jeremy Corbyn getting around Stormzy’s set at Glastonbury, and the disabled Grandpa fired from ASDA for sharing a Billy Connolly routine on his private facebook account. We talk to Bolt Report ho ...…
 
This week James and Pete talk about Israel Folau’s campaign being shut down on GoFundMe, Scott Morrison’s big announcement on red tape, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency Libra, ITV banning all male comedy teams and Kyle Kashuv being kicked out of Harvard. We talk to former Howard government minister Nick Minchin about the future of sports gambling ...…
 
Bonus interview for this week! We sit down with Joffa, the most famous fan in the AFL, to talk the AFL's crackdown on fan behaviour, why it shows the divide between the politically correct elite and regular people and why he's going to send this interview to Gillon McLachlan. Subscribe to The Young IPA Podcast for all future episodes!…
 
Now on YouTube as well! James and Pete discuss the latest on free speech at Australian universities, the AFL's crackdown on fan behaviour. the latest with the Hong Kong protests, the police being involved in the wake of Jo Brand's joke and we review if net neutrality actually did kill the internet (it didn't.) James sits down with Matt Kibbe, P ...…
 
The country is finally talking about press freedom and James and Pete couldn’t be happier. Over a million people protest in Hong Kong, a new report shows that the world isn’t running out of resources and things are getting cheaper, the guy who attacked volunteers in Warringah is discovered and green activism is killing the Great Barrier Reef. J ...…
 
Bill Shorten blames corporate leviathans and a financial behemoth for losing the election – which would you rather have on your side? The Brexit Party leads the polling for the next UK general election, an Australian whistleblower faces 160 years in Prison and Twitter suspends accounts ahead of the Tiananmen Square anniversary. James talks to G ...…
 
The EU election results have come in and it’s good news for minor parties on both sides. Theresa May has resigned and Anthony Albanese is about to become ALP leader uncontested. A climate ‘die in’ rally does no one any favours and Adani might go ahead in the next few weeks. James talks with Andres Guevara from Cedice about daily life in sociali ...…
 
Pete and James give us their winners and losers from the Coalition’s boilover election victory, discuss the wonderful state of Idaho that has removed its entire regulatory code and review the leaked email The Guardian sent to its writers urging them to ramp up the alarm on climate change (like, even more). We talk to economist Tyler Cowen of th ...…
 
The election is days away and parties are throwing any policy promise up hoping it sticks. A law professor is fired for joining Harvey Weinstein's legal team, an independent candidate for Kooyong wants to revoke press licenses for people mean to him, the Brexit Party are immensely popular in the UK and Pete Buttigieg stands up against identity ...…
 
Labor's new climate policy cost finally comes out and it's significant. The Greens aren't a fan of people who disagree with them, Scott Morrison wants to increase laws against online trolling, Facebook bans Alex Jones, Milo and others from its platforms and Victoria is about to cash in on the fact that no one cared about the last eleciton. We t ...…
 
The election is going to be close so Pete and James decide to take it seriously. We have our first wave of MPs behaving badly, a UN report says 50 million species are under threat of extinction and we talk about Greta Thurnberg and Brendan O’Neill’s controversial article about her. We talk to Renee Gorman. The National Manager of the IPA’s Gene ...…
 
Dr Peter Ridd wins the biggest victory for freedom of speech in a generation, the Brexit Party forms in Britain, David Attenborough gets in trouble for faking walrus footage, Ukraine elects a television personality with no political experience to be President and Nancy Pelosi forecasts what internet regulation will look like. We talk to Gideon ...…
 
The election is called and James and Pete figure out what's there to be excited about. We discuss the IPA's new document '20 Policies to Fix Australia', the French Review, Israel Folau's Instagram controversy and the unions rally. We talk to the IPA's Director of Communications Evan Mulholland about the upcoming election, what's at stake, the I ...…
 
Vegans are shutting down traffic and beloved cafes, Mark Zuckerberg calls for more regulation and Joe Biden calls for less. And big news on the energy front as new technology could both keep power affordable and reduce emissions. We talk to Mark Bauerlein who is touring Australia with the IPA about the state of teaching on American campuses, th ...…
 
Executive Director John Roskam was on Q&A and we recap all the good moments. We also talk the IPA's new report on unemployment among young people in Australia, Labor's new climate policy, The Economist v Ben Shapiro and the latest with Brexit (which isn't much). We play Part 2 of Renee Gorman's conversation with Christina Sommers as they discus ...…
 
It's been a bad week for progressives - Mueller's report is a flop and Labor gets beaten in NSW. James and Pete discuss both topics and Jordan Peterson's fight with the University of Cambridge, the latest with Brexit, Dr Peter Ridd's court case and Trump's executive order on free speech in college campuses. Renee Gorman sits down with Christina ...…
 
Students took to the streets last week to protest climate change but we didn’t see any pro-nuclear signs, rich people are rorting the US college system to get their kids in, James Gunn is back as director of Guardians of the Galaxy 3 after being fired for old tweets, Brexit enters its 74th consecutive “big week”. We talk to Gideon Rozner about ...…
 
It's our 100th episode! We talk some concerning figures coming out about Australia's economy, the latest with Brexit, Milo Yiannopolous' visa fight and Americans aren't willing to pay more than $10 a month to fight climate change. James and Pete talk to AFL footballer Tom McDonald about his experience at Dr Jordan Peterson's event in Melbourne, ...…
 
Michelle Guthrie's payout from the ABC remains a secret, Brexit hardliners begin to extend the olive branch, another YA novel gets pulled from publication because of insensitivity, Washington Post attempts to almost apologise for the way they covered the Covington kids and James and Pete get into an actual debate over reports Trump is going to ...…
 
James and Pete managed to watch all of Jordan Peterson's Q&A and had some thoughts. The Venezuela situation is getting worse, the Press Council gives Mark Knight’s Serena cartoon a pass, Scott Morrison announces his new energy policy and Pete called it – Elizabeth Warren would call climate change a national emergency. Gideon Rozner sits down wi ...…
 
Trump's national emergency declaration over the wall shows the US President has too much power, why staging your own attack is not a good PR move and why men eating meat is causing climate change. We sit down with Dave Rubin to talk touring with Jordan Peterson, what is next for the intellectual dark web, the rise of new media and why he's opti ...…
 
We are in deep, deep mourning as Tony Jones confirms he will be stepping down from Q&A, but now beings the people’s campaign to get Nina to host. There’s more stories of police arresting people for tweeting in the UK, Alexandria Orcasio Cortez’s New Green Deal goes off the rails and PragerU files a new lawsuit against YouTube and Google in the ...…
 
Yumi and KAK stole the headlines but the real story was Jacinta Price’s Facebook account being suspended. An author cancels a book before it’s published because it’s not woke enough and the Covington kids lawyer up and so should half of Twitter. And finally, at long last, the government is cracking down on sports cheating. We talk to IPA Resear ...…
 
The Canberra Swamp costs Australia $8 billion a year, Victoria loses power in a heatwave but it’s the dishwashers that are to blame, Elizabeth Warren becomes the first politician to pursue a wealth tax, Venezuela has a new leader and the EU now turns its aim to Google. We talk to Bettina Arndt, author of #Mentoo about her new campus tour, her n ...…
 
The IPA’s new poll finds Australians actually like Australia Day right where it is. The MAGA teenagers and Buzzfeed’s big scoop proves you shouldn’t believe any news you read on the internet until three days have passed and the IPA is launching a brand new podcast, Looking Forward. James and Pete talk to Dr Bella d’Abrera after a lengthy hiatus ...…
 
We're back for 2019 and we're now on Tuesdays! Pete and James talk about the IPA's new report Australian History’s Last Stand: An Audit of Australian History Teaching at Universities and recap the big news stories over the break, including the US government shutdown, Brexit and the protests in France. We talk to Dr Bella d'Abrera about her new ...…
 
It’s our last show for the year so we’re looking back on some of our best interviews of 2018! Enjoy this extra-long Christmas episode with clips from our interviews with Dennis Prager (4:33-12:24), Douglas Murray (12:33-20:38), Claire Lehmann (20:47-30:50), Dan Hannan (31:02-37:48), Senator James Paterson (37:52-50:48), Nigel Farage (50:58- 56: ...…
 
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