In this episode of the podcast, we delve into the Korean War and then discuss Extinction Rebellion, the Morrison theocracy, opinion surveys and corporate ethics.
Currently producing 5 weekly podcasts:
In this episode we discuss the cost of renewable energy and whether Australia can have stable power supply relying 100% on renewable energy.
2:12 The Great Debate
14:45 Dean Stretton
17:30 Was the Climate Poll Too Binary?
19:30 Do we care?
30:41 Renewables or Coal
53:38 Lionel Shriver
1:04:59 Donald Trump threatens to ‘obliterate’
The strange relationship between left and right and attitudes to climate change.
2:37 Happy 70th Anniversary to the Chinese Communists
It’s 70 years since Mao declared an end to the humiliation.
9:55 China USA Priorities
Coal-loving Morrison scolds China over emissions
If chutzpah was combustible,
In this episode, we discuss religion, free speech and Greta Thunberg.
2:08 Morrison in America
“The easiest thing for me to do is to say knock out 15 sites in Iran and that would be a very bad day for Iran,’ he said.
Scott Morrison has realized he can get away with it. Riverfire should not be cancelled. And we offer an interesting option to consider should you face a tough meeting at work.
3:05 Jacinta Price
Scott, Paul and Craig went to see her at a public event.
No other podcast would attempt to explain cashless cards, Tamil refugee status, offensive penises and the history of Brexit going back to 6500 BC.
1:40 Deep Throat
William Mark Felt Sr. (August 17, 1913 – December 18, 2008) was an American law enforcement officer who worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 1942 to 1973 and was known for his role in the Watergate scandal.
“The Religious Discrimination Bill 2019 has the unintended consequence of requiring all federal MPs to disclose their religious belief” said Trevor Bell, retired lawyer and secular commentator.
“The proposed laws will grant significant privileges to religious bodies. If a politician is a member of a religion then that conflict of interest must be disclosed.”
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