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The Liberal Party has forgotten Menzies | 23.15

The Liberal Party has forgotten Menzies | 23.15

Liberal Party "moderates" like to tell everyone Menzies was one of them, but I say he should be allowed to speak for himself. I invited Dr Stephen Chavura, co-author of "The Forgotten Menzies" and political history lecturer at Campion College to explain the words,...

Saving our nation politically | 23.5

Saving our nation politically | 23.5

What strategies can reform the political landscape in Australia? Can the Liberal Party be saved, and what do we do in the mean time? Dave Pellowe explores these big questions with special guests Lyle Shelton from Family First and John Ruddick MP from the Liberal...

A Moral & Cultural Emergency | 23.2

A Moral & Cultural Emergency | 23.2

Most people are shocked and dismayed by Martyn Iles parting ways with the Australian Christian Lobby, and are trying to make sense of it. I'm going to go into some detail in analysing it, but here's the very short version of where we should land on this. It's another...

Macquarie Street, With Lyle Shelton, Ep. 69

Macquarie Street, With Lyle Shelton, Ep. 69

Drag queen’s put free speech on trial, three big attacks on religious freedom + victims of LGBTIQA+ ideology begin to sue. 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...

Macquarie Street, With Lyle Shelton, Ep. 65

Macquarie Street, With Lyle Shelton, Ep. 65

SCOTUS unleashes pro-life earthquake – Lyle speaks with Rachael Wong and Monica Doumit + how Family First drove a Liberal to be more compassionate to the unborn. You can enjoy more Good Sauce articles and shows by subscribing to the Good Sauce podcast on Apple,...

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...

Reform or revenge: the choices now for WA Liberals

Reform or revenge: the choices now for WA Liberals

What lies ahead for the WA Liberal Party can either be a road to redemption, or recrimination. It could either lead to reform, or revenge. The choice is ours. Yet in the discussion since the election, there has been too much focus on pandemic, personalities and...

To a conservative colleague in despair

To a conservative colleague in despair

To a conservative colleague in despair and urging action Dear Colleague, Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill 2020 I have read the Bill carefully, as I did the Queensland Bill. I know its evils. I understand its malign and epochal...

The Liberal Party gender trap

The Liberal Party gender trap

WHILE Australians are worried about actual problems like rising unemployment, the Liberal Party is worried about gender imbalance among its MPs. It’s hard to believe that Australia’s conservative party would allow itself to be defined by progressive values, especially...