Dave Pellowe

Dave Pellowe is a Christian conservative writer & commentator, editor of The Good Sauce, and convener of the annual Church And State Summit. He believes in natural law & freedoms, objective Truth & justice, personal responsibility & voluntary charity, strong nations & families, free markets & small government. Dave's show, "Pellowe Talk", offers honest insights on important public issues & ideas, as well as informative long-form interviews with experts and insiders. Many of Dave's articles are syndicated across Australia and New Zealand. [more]

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Matthew Guy Is Literally History

Matthew Guy Is Literally History

The Victorian Liberal Party is very likely to change leaders, again, just a little more than 100 days out from the Victorian state election. Such is the depth of frustration and surprise at his ineptitude with media in recent days, that, in addition to his far left...

Is the Church “muscular”, or wilting?

Is the Church “muscular”, or wilting?

What is a "good Christian"? It's common to hear heathens diagnose people they disagree with as "not a very good Christian", but how would they know when they are literally identified as rejecting what Jesus, the Christian's exemplar, says is good?   It may be fair to...

The Aboriginal Voice | Pellowe Talk

The Aboriginal Voice | Pellowe Talk

George Christensen, Alexandra Marshall & Matthew Littlefield join host Dave Pellowe to discuss Anthony Albanese's promised referendum on an Aboriginal voice to Parliament. You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on...

Leftists Legitimising Racists and Bigotry | Pellowe Talk

Leftists Legitimising Racists and Bigotry | Pellowe Talk

Bernie Finn, Alexandra Marshall & Matthew Littlefield join host Dave Pellowe to discuss the left legitimising racism and bigotry, can the West beat China and the Manly seven. You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast...

Economics Professor: The Forecast Benefits of Lockdown Were WRONG

Economics Professor: The Forecast Benefits of Lockdown Were WRONG

Economists are trained experts in modelling human behaviour and testing those models with real world data. Hundreds of papers have been written dealing with the costs and benefits of lockdown, and Professor Doug Allen summarised their major findings to help his family...

Aussie Pilots Sue Over Safety Concerns | Pellowe Talk

Aussie Pilots Sue Over Safety Concerns | Pellowe Talk

Cpt Alan Dana, Cpt Glen Waters and George Christensen join host Dave Pellowe to discuss the move to sue QANTAS for unfair dismissal and CASA (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) over saftey concerns. You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the...

Pellowe Talk Live | Aussie religion & Aussie manufacturing

Pellowe Talk Live | Aussie religion & Aussie manufacturing

You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving us a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. James Macpherson and...

Bernie Finn, Australia’s ‘Mr Pro Life’ I Pellowe Talk

Bernie Finn, Australia’s ‘Mr Pro Life’ I Pellowe Talk

You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving us a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. A discussion on how major...

Pellowe Talk LIVE | Coercion or Conscience?

Pellowe Talk LIVE | Coercion or Conscience?

You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving us a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. Leanne Bartrim &...

Western Social Construct? | Pellowe Talk

Western Social Construct? | Pellowe Talk

You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving us a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. Alexandra Marshall &...

Why did the Freedom Movement fail to achieve much politically?

Why did the Freedom Movement fail to achieve much politically?

You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and more. Please take a minute to help us reach more people by giving us a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. Dr Jonathan Cole is a...

Dave Pellowe is a writer & commentator on all things cultural & political. Christian by choice and conservative by coincidence, he believes in natural law & freedom, objective Truth & justice. He advocates personal responsibility with voluntary charity, strong nations & families, free markets & small government. His area of special interest is the Biblical role of the Church – Christians – in politics & culture.

The Editor in Chief of The Good Sauce, his words have also been published in The Spectator, Quadrant Online, Online Opinion and more in & outside Australia.

Dave founded the annual Australian Church And State Summit in 2018, and in 2020 helped launch the first Australian Sanctity of Life Sunday.

“Pellowe Talk” – Dave’s blog, podcast & video channels – feature expert interviews and commentary about important public issues. He interviews national & international thought leaders like politicians, lobbyists, ethicists, industry and church leaders, academics and media personalities – all with very diverse worldviews and opinions about the issues that affect and shape our society.

Dave’s first hand political experience includes being a successful local election campaign media consultant and then director (winning a very safe seat from Labor). Dave served the Family First Party for many state & federal elections on the Qld state executive until the party eventually merged with the Australian Conservatives.

He has been independent of any political party since taking up commentary.

 

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