Chris Berg is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs and a Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT. He's passionate about civil liberties, defending freedom, shrinking the size of government and general libertarian good times.
Here Chris and I cover a lot: "ideology" not being a dirty word, the pitfalls of politics, the role of the State, prosecuting radical ideas, human flourishing, adapting to (rather than taxing) climate change, the Nanny State, partying in Amsterdam, why the Commonwealth Games are a rort and what he admires in the Left.
Problematic is on at the Sydney Comedy Festival this week for 4 shows only
Problematic is coming to the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Pleasance Courtyard
Listen to Alice Fraser and me on The Bugle live at the Melbourne Comedy Festival
Sam Wallman's piece on the minimum wage
Chris' writing on ABC's The Drum
Chris' writing on The IPA
Be Like Gough: 75 Radical Ideas To Transform Australia
25 More Ideas For Tony Abbott
Chris' speech at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas on the "Nanny State"
The Libertarian Alternative published by MUP
Cause of the Week: The Human Capital Project (humancapitalproject.com.au)