Cody Mitchell

Cody Mitchell graduated from the University of New England, Australia (2021), with a Bachelor of Arts in History, Ancient History and Political and International Studies. He was the 2019 winner of the James Dolan Memorial Prize in History and graduated as a Vice Chancellor’s Scholar. In 2021, he was awarded a fellowship at the Lachlan Macquarie Institute, taking part in its Leadership and Civil Society Program. Cody currently serves as a media advisor to a South Australian senator.

In 2022, he studied postgraduate-level marketing and communications at Monash University. Cody is the founder and current managing editor of the blog, History’s Page, and an assistant editor of The Daily Declaration. A prolific author, his op-eds and articles have appeared on, The Good Sauce and The Daily Declaration. His historical research has been published in West Point Military Academy’s Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review (Vol. 12, 2022), and Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History (Vol. 12, Iss. 3, 2022).

From a young age, Cody has taken an interest in a broad range of fields—whether that be running an online business with his parents at age twelve to launching multiple YouTube channels and film projects at a young age. Cody is a classical pianist (Suzuki Method) and holds Certificates IV’s in Science and Liberal Arts and a Diploma in Musical Theatre. He is a member of the Moree Baptist Church.

Articles by Cody Mitchell.

  • 22 December 2022

    6.7 MINS

    Are Luke’s and Matthew’s genealogies really contradictory? What is the curse of Jeconiah? Does it really undermine Jesus’ claims to fulfil Old Testament prophecy? The answers to these questions may surprise you. As Christians celebrate the coming of Jesus into the world, many in our [...]

  • 19 December 2022

    1.9 MINS

    The Victorian election results are (mostly) in now, and for Christians, the result is not great. The staunch anti-Christian campaigner Dan Andrews has been re-elected despite strong swings against the Labor Party. Things are certainly not as bad as they could be. Labor is unlikely [...]

  • 15 December 2022

    3.5 MINS

    To quote the great Professor Stuart Piggin, Australia has a missing story. And that story needs to be told. For decades, secular historians have neglected the profound impact that Christians, Christian ideas and Christian institutions have played in the development of modern Australia. In reality, [...]

  • 12 December 2022

    2.5 MINS

    Are babies really being born alive and left to die post-abortion in Australia? Tragically, yes. Here are the statistics from Queensland and Victoria. Predictably, the introduction of the Human Rights (Children Born Alive Protection) Bill 2022 to the Australian Senate has sparked debate over the [...]

  • 9 December 2022

    5.2 MINS

    Elon Musk’s actions since his takeover of Twitter appear to back up his pro-free-speech rhetoric. Moreover, his release of the “Twitter files” has exposed a culture of censorship and partisanship within Twitter’s management. Back in April, when Elon Musk first purchased Twitter for $61.4 billion [...]

  • 8 December 2022

    5.6 MINS

    Please note: this is not an actual submission to the Inquiry. Nonetheless, it does provide some relevant facts, statistics and observations that may help those seeking to make a submission. Summary: Because abortion is a procedure that violates a human's right to life, it is [...]

  • 5 December 2022

    5.5 MINS

    Liberal Nationals Senator Matt Canavan has delivered a powerful pro-life speech supporting the recently introduced Human Rights (Children Born Alive Protection) Bill 2022. He argued that the passage of this legislation will be a test of the “true measure” of Australian society. As The Daily [...]

  • 2 December 2022

    3.7 MINS

    Three Australian Senators have re-introduced a Bill to protect babies who survive an abortion attempt, are born alive and left to die. The multi-party effort comes after the original Bill lapsed following the resignation of its previous sponsor, George Christenson. On the 30th of November, [...]

  • 2 December 2022

    5 MINS

    The ABC and RMIT’s CheckMate fact check has exposed its bias by fabricating and then “debunking” a claim it attributed to Binary Australia in the lead-up to the Victorian election. Binary spokeswoman Kirralie Smith demanded a formal apology, and the ABC later backtracked. In an [...]

  • 2 December 2022

    2.2 MINS

    Although homosexual marriage is already legal in the United States, the Senate this week enshrined it in legislation when it voted to pass the Respect for Marriage Act. Consequently, the Defence of Marriage Act, signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1996, has been [...]