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Katharine Murphy and Daniel Hurst talk to Liberal senator James Paterson about his new role as the chair of Australia’s national security committee. After the the US Capitol riot and the Christchurch attack, what threats does Australia face from terrorism, and how should extremism be managed in online spaces?…
 
Donny gets impeached again. The GOP gets him off again. We play some audio tape on Lyndsey Graham and Marco Rubio. They star as they scurry around justifying defending a Fascist Maniac. We behold the new Crazy Act from the GOP…Marjorie Taylor Green! We love comedy. The cold winds blow and the fallout from the Trump coup attempt continues. Trump fac…
 
This week Katharine Murphy speaks to Labor MPs Peta Murphy and Kate Thwaites after the allegations made by a former Liberal staffer, Brittany Higgins, revealed the toxic culture embedded within Australia’s parliament. The MPs discuss parliamentary workplace norms, lack of training and HR management, and the steps needed to address it.…
 
Katharine Murphy sits down with her team in Canberra to answer your most urgent political questions for 2021. When will the government roll out a vaccine? Will there be an election this year? How can we hold our politicians more accountable after the scandals of 2020?The Guardian による
 
In the first episode of the Australian politics podcast for 2021, Katharine Murphy talks with former special forces captain and barrister Keith Wolahan after he unseated veteran Liberal MP Kevin Andrews in a party preselection. How did Wolahan pull off the first unseat of a federal Liberal since 1990? What factions in the party does he associate hi…
 
We discuss the right wing rioters and other scurrying rats and reptiles trying to save their asses and hide from the FBI. We're not losing a cancer cure here, guys. Biden takes charge and GOP weasels are going on about "healing". No backing out of this one kids. We talk about "Illinois Nazis". We have some clips and comedy from the dark end of the …
 
It’s the inevitable ending to the Trump years, an attempted coup. Trump hypes up his lobotomised followers and they storm the Capital shit on the furniture while killing two people. The moron army (which looked like a Walmart threw up) took selfies with officers and gave their addresses while committing felonies while storming the barricades. It wa…
 
Looking back at the year, Katharine Murphy sits down with Labor MP Andrew Giles and Liberal MP Fiona Martin to discuss Australia’s other epidemic: loneliness. With coronavirus exacerbating the country’s feelings of isolation, which age groups have been hit hardest? How has social media use increased loneliness among young people? And what measures …
 
The Republicans are holding Christmas Parties while the COVID death total tops 304,000. Then the GOP blocks assistance to desperate Americans to get blanket immunity for corporations against all COVID claims for unsafe working conditions effecting low paid workers who continued to provide services during the plague. Let them eat cake. Fuck ‘em. Let…
 
On the last sitting day of parliament, politics editor Katharine Murphy and political reporter Paul Karp talk to Labor MP Tony Burke about the government’s omnibus industrial relations bill. With unions concerned the provision will cut pay and conditions, Burke discusses how the Morrison government’s gagging of parliamentary debate is putting worke…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to MP Anne Webster after her defamation case against conspiracy theorist Karen Brewer. Webster intends to bring forward legislation that would force Facebook and other platforms to assume editorial responsibility for the content they publish, in an effort to combat proliferating misinformation. How would the legislation work?…
 
This week politics editor Katharine Murphy talks to Victorian frontbencher Clare O’Neil about Labor’s vision for Australia’s workforce. With mounting issues including low wage growth, the gig economy and underpayment, how can the government change policy direction during Covid? What sweeping changes are needed to improve innovation, immigration and…
 
We Won. Trump Lost. Yet he’s going out like he came in…an insane classless, brainless, grifting pig. Donny’s hold up in the White House asking the ghost of Dick Nixon…what happened? Meanwhile the criminal GOP are participating in an attempted coup in America. It won’t work. If Biden has any sense come January 20, he’ll set the Justice Department on…
 
With China’s increasingly authoritarian assertiveness clashing against Australia’s agenda, Katharine Murphy sits down with Daniel Hurst to discuss what can be salvaged. Will Beijing’s hegemonic ambitions win in the ongoing trade tensions?The Guardian による
 
While the Coalition has been delaying introducing its own federal anti-corruption bill, the independent member for Indi, Helen Haines, has drafted her own bill. Katharine Murphy speaks to her about the differences between the two bills as well as what the culture is like in parliament for women.The Guardian による
 
OK. It's time to put up or shut up. This may be the most important moment in American history. Will we save the United States of America from a fascist...or will Bruce Springsteen move to Australia? We voted from Australia. Now its up to you!! Love and support to ALL OF YOU IN THE USA!!! TIME TO TAKE OUT THE TRASH!!! VOTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to Ben Morton, assistant minister to the prime minister, about the government’s deregulation agenda, and whether they will implement the recommendations made by Graeme Samuel to strengthen national environmental protectionsThe Guardian による
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to the shadow early childhood education minister, Amanda Rishworth, about Labor’s new promise to overhaul the childcare subsidy system. How would the proposed reform change productivity in the workforce? And will the public support a Medicare-like system for the sector?The Guardian による
 
In the true spirit of radio theater...Welcome to first short episode of "The Bill Show Political Comedy Mystery Theater 3000". Submitted for your approval...a terror filled tale that takes place in the oval office. Enjoy...Xpat Progressive Radio による
 
Trump is behind in the swing states to Joe Biden. He has COVID and is now racing around the country infecting as many as possible in the most incredible display of insanity since...never. The walls are closing in. The endgame will depend on the VOTE! If you haven't voted go to https://www.votefromabroad.org/ . If your in America make sure to turn o…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Liberal MPs Katie Allen and Jason Falinski about Covid’s impact on aged care in Australia and the royal commission findings that the sector is ‘unfit for purpose’. With the pandemic highlighting and exacerbating its problems, how can aged care be transformed in time for the baby boomer surge?…
 
Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy chats with Canberra reporters Daniel Hurst and Paul Karp about Labor’s budget reply. After unveiling three substantial commitments in childcare, energy and manufacturing, Guardian Australia looks at whether the reply will boost Labor’s visibility, and if the Coalition’s flexible budget will be en…
 
(This was recorded before...well...before the God's of Irony came down from the heavens and forced the White House staff to run around asking who had lunch with Hope Hicks...) The debate was between a methed out 16 year old and Vice President Biden. Trump is national joke. The New York Times reveals Donny's taxes. Ex campaign staffers are threateni…
 
After the first presidential debate airs Katharine Murphy talks to Kent Getsinger, the chair of Democrats Abroad in Australia, about how US expats will be voting. Are voters willing to back Joe Biden? Will the reaction from the debate bring in more votes? How has Covid-19 impacted the foreign voting system?…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Joel Fitzgibbon, the member for Hunter, about Labor’s stance on climate and fossil fuel industries. They discuss Labor’s response to Scott Morrison’s push for a ‘gas-led recovery’, as well as Anthony Albanese’s potential as the next prime ministerThe Guardian による
 
This week Katharine Murphy catches up with finance writers Greg Jericho and Shane Wright on the state of Australia’s economy. They discuss the government’s decision to reduce jobseeker, Victoria’s impact on the national economy and the October budgetThe Guardian による
 
While the rest of the world has seen their infection rates go down, the US is nearing 200,000 dead. Trump knew. He knew in February. While encouraging people to not wear masks, Donny knew exactly how deadly it was. We discuss. We listen to the GOP as they support the indefensible. We give awards for the best bullshit. Say Hello to the down home man…
 
In this episode David Marr interviews Katharine Murphy on her new Quarterly Essay that examines the first wave of the coronavirus and Scott Morrison’s handling of it. They discuss Scott Morrison problem-solving approach, the importance of his faith, and his dislike of tough questionsThe Guardian による
 
This week, Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy sits down with Liberal MP Tim Wilson to discuss his new book The New Social Contract, which aims to reignite liberalism’s appeal to Australian voters. They talk about solving intergenerational inequalities in Australia regarding home ownership and employment, as well as how liberals ca…
 
While the Democrats run an inspiring convention of reality...the GOP launches the most impressive display of geeks, freaks, hucksters and amoral scum in a "super spreader" event for the ages. We sample the crazed Kimberly Guilfoyle and drink heavily. We have a classic Randy's rant as well. Pull up a chair and take a trip to Crazytown.…
 
This week Katharine Murphy talks to Senate president Scott Ryan about the impact of Covid on parliamentary sittings, and whether public health officials and executives should determine when parliaments sit. Ryan questions the current impact of restrictions on Victorian residents and looks at their future consequences…
 
The federal leader of the opposition, Anthony Albanese, joins Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, for a wide-ranging discussion on how to keep the government honest during the Covid-19 outbreak, climate change policy and what the Labor party needs to do to win the next electionThe Guardian による
 
The shadow health minister Chris Bowen joins Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy to discuss the opposition’s role during the coronavirus pandemic and the future of the Labor party. Bowen says the opposition’s strategy has been to concentrate on suggesting ways the government can improve their response while holding the government t…
 
Well it’s another week in America. The US still topped 3,000,000 cases as idiots not wearing masks are dropping like flies in a pandemic that resembles a game show hosted by Charles Darwin. Trump admitted that he had talked to Vladimir Putin 9 times since it came out that he was offering a bounty on our servicemen in Afganastan and Trump endorsed m…
 
This week Katharine Murphy talks to Peter Lewis, the executive director of Essential, about the changes in polling since surveys failed during the 2019 federal election campaign. What do the changes tell us about the pandemic’s impact on the relationship between Australians and government? And will it change with the rise of the second wave?…
 
Guardian Australia’s environment editor, Adam Morton, joins Katharine Murphy to discuss the recent damning review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. The review, led by Graeme Samuel, starkly states the current protection laws are ineffective and have led to an unsustainable environmental trajectory. Could the sweeping …
 
Katharine Murphy sits down with Guardian reporter Paul Karp and Nine senior economics correspondent Shane Wright to discuss the Australian economy and the government’s various stimulus packages. As conditions remain grim, with 992,300 Australians out of work, and the unemployment rate rising to 7.4% in June, how will the government navigate Austral…
 
Mary Trump writes a book that says Donny's Dad didn't love him enough. Are you telling me if Fred Trump had done the f*cking "Field of Dreams" thing with his kid more often...we wouldn't be in this mess????!!! We discuss. Donny goes crazy at Mount Rushmore and in the Rose Garden...how much longer before this psycho snaps? We discuss. We drink. Rand…
 
Red States that scoffed at safety procedures in April are now feeling the brunt of the Covid virus in the States. Trump charges into action by cutting federal funding for test sites. We discuss. Trump claims that he didn't know about Russia's bounty for American troops overseas, yet American intelligence says they knew in March. We discuss. Trump t…
 
Ravaged by the twin crises of the bushfires and pandemic, the seat of Eden-Monaro in the south-east of NSW goes to a byelection on Saturday. If the Coalition wins, it will be the first time in a century the government has won a byelection from the opposition and that will be bad news for Anthony Albanese. Paul Karp takes a look at the contest and e…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks with Jake Wallis and Tom Uren, analysts from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, about their recent investigation into online disinformation, and China’s increasing employment of it since the outbreak of Covid-19. What are the differences between disinformation peddled by China and the US governments, and what role ha…
 
Like a rat caught in a trap and is in the middle of chewing his own leg off...Trump's numbers have plunged. The Black Lives Matter movement has swept the globe and demonstrations have cued the Baboon President's inner thug, as he gasses and beats journalists to get a photo op. Trump calls a moronic tent show in Tulsa, daring protesters to come and …
 
This week Katharine Murphy talks with the Australian trade, tourism and investment minister, Simon Birmingham. They discuss the challenges of economic recovery after the bushfires and coronavirus, and address the escalating trade actions from China. Will Birmingham appease an angered Beijing and reverse China’s tariffs? Or will the relationship see…
 
This week, Katharine Murphy speaks with Labor senator Pat Dodson about Indigenous deaths in custody and the Black Lives Matter protests being held across Australia. They discuss the underlying causes that give rise to First Nations people dying in custody, Dodson’s work on the royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody 30 years ago, and the…
 
Guardian Australia’s environment editor, Adam Morton, joins political editor, Katharine Murphy, to discuss the week’s news on energy policy. From the release of the government’s technology roadmap to a leaked document that sees gas as the future of Australian energy, why is Australia making a roadmap without a destination?…
 
After taking a break, Katharine Murphy is back to speak with Labor’s shadow treasurer, Jim Chalmers, about the post-coronavirus economy. They discuss the nation’s level of debt and the possible long-term changes to Australia’s welfare system. Will a universal basic income be introduced in the future? How can we stop intergenerational unemployment? …
 
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