Cody Mitchell

Cody Mitchell is a young historian, a classical pianist and a keen writer. He was the 2019 winner of the James Dolan Memorial Prize in History and a 2021 Vice Chancellor’s Scholar at the University of New England. At age twelve, Cody started his own history website, History’s Page. After running a business with his parents from ages twelve to fifteen, Cody became a youth correspondent for YourCommonwealth.org.

Before studying history and political and international studies at the UNE, Cody attained a Diploma of Musical Theatre. He graduated from the Lachlan Macquarie Institute's Leadership and Civil Society Program in 2022. Cody has had his historical research published in the West Point Undergraduate Historical Review. You can read more of his academic works on Academia.edu.

Currently, Cody is pursuing postgraduate studies in marketing and communication at Monash University. He is also a part of the Moree Baptist Church community, where he contributes regularly.

Articles by Cody Mitchell

  • 29 September 2022

    2.9 MINS

    From 1.8 million years of life lost in Australia to almost a trillion dollars of financial costs, the COVID-19 lockdowns over the past three years have cost Australians far more than they have delivered. That’s according to a new research analysis by the Institute of [...]

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  • 21 September 2022

    6.6 MINS

    Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral service was a beautiful ceremony and a tribute to the United Kingdom’s longest-service monarch. But, more than that, it was a powerful witness to the hope that Her Majesty had in the Lord Jesus Christ. In his first letter, Peter commands [...]

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  • 21 September 2022

    5.8 MINS

    We sometimes look at the life of Billy Graham -- that great evangelist -- and fail to recognise the complexities and opposition that his ministry often encountered. This is particularly true of his early years of ministry. A case in point is Graham’s first crusade [...]

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  • 16 September 2022

    2.3 MINS

    Brave Technologies, a company seen as a privacy-respecting alternative to Big Tech, has recently had its search engine pass 2.5 billion queries. As of last year, the company had over 50 million monthly users. In a recent press release, Brave Technologies announced that its search [...]

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  • 13 September 2022

    2.7 MINS

    If you think the ABC is still essentially unbiased, look at what they’re showing your kids. The ABC’s Behind the News youth program is actively promoting LGBTQ ideology. I sometimes wonder if things really are as bad as I think they are. Maybe culture hasn’t [...]

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  • 9 September 2022

    1.2 MINS

    In light of the recent death of Queen Elizabeth, Australian Indigenous leader James Dargin has paid tribute to her, saying he has great respect for the Queen and urging Indigenous Australians to honour her as a mother and a grandmother. See my full interview with Ps [...]

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  • 8 September 2022

    5 MINS

    The influential Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) has confronted a move by the popular directory service, Yelp, to marginalise and discredit crisis pregnancy centres through misleading disclaimers. The ERLC acting director said he was “deeply concerned” by the “dangerous and misleading” notices. Yelp is [...]

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  • 7 September 2022

    1.7 MINS

    The Human Rights Law Alliance has highlighted a recent case in the NSW Supreme Court that could do much to undermine the “gender affirmation” approach to transgender issues. A psychiatrist, Dr Patrick Toohey, is being sued by a Sydney woman -- Jay Langadinos -- in [...]

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  • 6 September 2022

    3.4 MINS

    Incoming UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss, has an encouraging (albeit mixed) record on issues that matter to Christians. Notably, she is a strong opponent of radical gender theory and cancel culture and a diligent supporter of free speech. The ABC has described her as “the [...]

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  • 2 September 2022

    3.6 MINS

    In a conveniently timed hit-piece, just months out from the November Victorian Election, the ABC has called Pentecostal Liberal members “hardline” and insinuated that they are “far right”. Predictably, this has stoked fears and speculations of Pentecostal conspiracies among readers. Published recently, the article raises [...]

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