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The Good Sauce Federal Election Podcast is an overview of Australia’s democracy, voting system, and main right-of-relative-centre political parties. Each episode Dave Pellowe asks a leading political thinker for their opinions and explanations to help right-thinking Australians be more effective with their vote and political influence.
In the third episode in this limited series, Campbell Newman discusses:
- Why he left the Liberal Party and now sees them as a political enemy
- Did Pauline Hanson get it right about LibDem’s immigration policy?
- What is a “Libertarian”? What’s the difference to a conservative?
- Lessons learned since being Premier of Queensland
- What’s wrong with minimum wages,
- Superannuation and mortgage prices,
- the pros and cons of this election’s Liberal Party, the Nationals, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party, the Lib Dem’s, United Australia Party and Craig Kelly, Katter’s Australia Party and others,
Future episodes include Gerard Rennick, George Christensen, Rob Katter and Maryka Groenwald. Make sure you check them out as well as the previous ones with Graham Young, before you vote on May 21!
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Dave Pellowe is a Christian writer & commentator, founder of The Good Sauce, convener of the annual Australian Church And State Summit and host of Good Sauce's weekly The Church And State Show, also syndicated on ADH TV. Since 2016 Dave has undertaken the mission of arming Christians to influence culture from Perth to Auckland through Christian political events, videos, podcasts and articles published in multiple journals across Australia and New Zealand. [more]