This week James and Pete recap the big stories such as councils scrapping Australia Day, citizenship problems, the IPA’s new workplace report and ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee. We interview IPA Director of Policy Simon Breheny on his article in the Herald Sun and all the other news he’s commented on this week (9:40-25:08) and Media and Communications Manager Evan Mulholland on the push to remove statues of Australian historical figures and the strangest thing he’s been asked to comment on (25:14-34:52). We also talk about why Macron is now so unpopular in France, Queensland’s Nanny State laws stopping Prince Frederick, a bizarre butt-dial story from the US and the promising free speech developments out of UC Berkeley.
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