Alexandra Marshall / Elly Melly

Alexandra Marshall (@ellymelly on social media) is The Good Sauce's Editor-At-Large, as well as the host of "Curtain Call", a Good Sauce show exploring the leading personalities in the culture war. She writes on liberty, philosophy and geopolitics. You can find her on Twitter or read her articles over at her blog.

Elly is also an AI database designer for the retail industry, contributor to multiple online journals and a Young Ambassador with Australians for Constitutional Monarchy.

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Corruption, incompetence and the W.H.O.

Corruption, incompetence and the W.H.O.

What a bizarre medical tyranny we live in. Australians can no longer buy safe pain medication they’ve enjoyed for decades, but the government will pay them to take a vaccine they don’t want. The health industry has always flirted with delusions of tyranny.  How many...

Covid convinced communists to give business absolute power

Covid convinced communists to give business absolute power

“Private businesses can do what they want!” scream the internet’s budding communists. Confused? So are they. It is an odd sentiment, heard screeched from the mirrored halls of Instagram to the decaying ruin of Facebook – mostly by freshly minted students wearing ‘Che...

Are we the baddies?

Are we the baddies?

I will stop drawing parallels to the Nazi regime when the Australian government stops creating them. Comparisons between Australia’s status as a prison island and last century’s National Socialist regime are being made because our politicians are working their way...

Politicians ARE the Emergency

Politicians ARE the Emergency

Australia’s emergency legislation is more dangerous than an actual emergency. Quite unbeknownst to most Australians, politicians have spent their time inserting pieces of legislation into law that violate the spirit of the Constitution. These amendments are rarely...

Cutting the Blue Ribbon

Cutting the Blue Ribbon

COVID, aptly named ‘the least deadly pandemic in history’, has put centuries worth of government rot on display. Political regimes with long, peaceful lives have created a generation of limp politicians who posses barely enough backbone between them to wriggle on the...

Mission Impossible: Rogue States

Mission Impossible: Rogue States

It is impossible for the government and its harem of experts to calculate the true cost of the pandemic –  mostly because they’ve never had to pay it. Oh, given enough quality time with a spreadsheet, they might be able to work out how much tax they missed out on, or...

Covid is smarter than most Millennials

Covid is smarter than most Millennials

COVID IS a clever little thing. For something that struggles to meet the definition of a ‘life-form’, the lab-grown virus certainly manages to show a great deal of discretion when it comes to where and when it strikes. Most viruses are savages. Unkempt, they wander...

Defund the Labor Party

Defund the Labor Party

The Australian union movement has long served as a money making machine for the Labor Party. The two have been trapped in a coercive marriage with a third party, the Greens, joining in like a nasty Staph infection. Having been born together, these groups remain...

Last drinks for Julia Banks

Last drinks for Julia Banks

FAILED POLITICIANS emit sob stories like dying whales, screeching and splashing about as the harpoons drag them towards the canning ship. For those of significant fame, the dramatic end is orchestrated for them. Their demise is fodder for the twenty-four hour media...

Josephine Cashman | Curtain Call, Ep. 22

Josephine Cashman | Curtain Call, Ep. 22

Go behind the curtain with the stars of the culture wars. In this episode, Josephine Cashman. You can listen to this podcast here and on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, SoundCloud or Player FM.Please consider helping others find the Good Sauce by giving us a 5 star...

The search for medical Utopia

The search for medical Utopia

Just in case you were starting to get comfortable with the idea of a trial vaccine that instructs your cells to make bits of and pieces of a viral protein – scientists have upped their sci-fi game. Dr Euan Ashley, a genetic scientist and professor at Stanford...

The Bradfield Scheme

The Bradfield Scheme

Curtain Call sat down with leader of the Bradfield Party, Matthew Spurgeon, to talk about the possibility of a major water relocation project in Australia.The following are some excerpts from the interview.  Alexandra: So, you are very much a ‘one issue’ party?...

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