People are marching all over Australia and the UK but it’s for the wrong policy outcomes. A new plan for energy in Australia is made and it’s not a good one. Obama asks the world to remember who started America’s economic recovery but we don’t think he would want people hitting the history books. James and Pete talk to Marieke Beck-Coon from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education about campus censorship in the United States, some of the cases FIRE is looking at and what Australia can learn from the US experience (17:12-37:24). We also talk to IPA Development Associate Gin Campbell about some of the IPA’s upcoming events and life with a new puppy (37:30-49:40).
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