This week James and Pete talk the scandal unfolding at Wilfred Laurier University in Canada, Mugabe resigning as leader and new analysis of international democratic leader approval rates. We talk to Professor Sinclair Davidson about his article this week on Australia’s lack of economic leadership and how to bring tax and debt back in order (14:32-29:16). We also talk to IPA Media and Communications Manager Evan Mulholland about the IPA’s media output this week and the NSW government’s decision to rebuild perfectly good stadiums (29:28-44:00). At the end, we talk Bob Katter’s all time press conference, Newsweek’s big week, the controversy over a mural at Indiana University, Morrissey and Nick Cave touring Israel, net neutrality and a TMI from someone running for governor in Ohio.
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