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It can be hard to voice unfashionable socially conservative views these days. To be socially conservative and a committed Christian can be even harder. Lyle Shelton talks about his experience as a former head of the Australian Christian Lobby in conversation with Nick Cater.Lyle Shelton's book, 'I Kid You Not': Notes from 20 Years in the Trenches o…
 
Peter Robinson tells the story behind one of the most famous Cold War speeches and discusses contemporary events in China and California with Nick Cater from the Menzies Research Centre.Peter Robinson is a Research Fellow at the Hudson Institution, presenter of Uncommon Knowledge and a former speechwriter to President Ronald Reagan.…
 
Renowned author and commentator Douglas Murray joins Watercooler from the UK to discuss the revised edition his latest book ‘The Madness of Crowds’ and its critique of left-wing groupthink.The Madness of Crowds is available from Bloomsbury: https://www.bloomsbury.com/au/the-madness-of-crowds-9781472979575/…
 
Nick Cater discusses the Chinese Communist Party's culpability for COVID-19 with security adviser John Lee; the performance of the aged-care sector in saving elderly Australians from the virus with Aged and Community Services CEO Pat Sparrow; and the role of human ingenuity in solving environmental problems with Copenhagen Consensus Centre presiden…
 
Anastasia Lin was born in China and grew up in Canada. When she became Miss World Canada in 2015, she seized the opportunity to shine a light on the oppression of human rights in China. She explains to Nick Cater that the brutal communist regime does not reflect the true beauty of Chinese culture. She is currently in Sydney as a guest of the Centre…
 
The ingredients for a uniquely free society were all in place in Australia in 1860: universal education, free elections, a free press and separation of church and state were either established or being advocated. So how did Australians deal with this historic opportunity? Author David Kemp and Nick Cater discuss 'A Free Country (1860-1901)', Volume…
 
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