Perhaps the most controversial move of Trump's presidency among his supporters has been the decision to bomb a Syria airbase in response to a nerve gas attack on a civilian population. Let's take a look at some of the positives.
I’ve been a solid Trump supporter for some time now. He seems to understand the dynamics around globalism. He understands how the money system is rigged against ordinary people. He understands how the mainstream media is controlled by the power elite to control public opinion and divert and deflect so the people are shielded from the truth. He also seemed ...
It’s fair to say that the New Zealand mainstream media is not shy about covering US news stories. In fact, they rely on a steady stream of US content to flesh out their international political and news coverage with stories they know will attract readers’ attention. Earlier today (2 April 2017) I went to the New Zealand Herald website . In the search ...
In one of the more bizarre offerings from the New Zealand mainstream press this past week, a fellow by the name of Jacob Van de Visser took the opportunity to contribute to Stuff's 'Stuff Nation' page, where readers can send in local news or opinion pieces.
How do we tell where the boundary lies between healthy international business relations and becoming a vassal state of a major power? Until recently, those of us concerned about the implications of rampant globalisation on New Zealand were mostly worried about NZ becoming a lap dog of the United States.
Labour and the Greens last week released their budget responsibility rules. This is a slick political move which could fool a lot of soft voters. On the face of it, it looks like they are making a firm commitment to fiscal responsibility.
In an Official Information Act request obtained by Right Minds NZ, dated March last year, it has been revealed that the Auckland DHB spend over $95,000 on workshops for staff to promote their "new values" in 2014.
It seems the 21st century really is an extraordinary time to be alive. Unfortunately, I don't mean that in a good way. We live in a bizarre age when men are women, women are cats, landmasses are people, but unborn people aren't people.
I’ve changed my mind about New Zealand becoming a republic. Ever since I was a kid I’ve been very 'anti-royal'. When I was 12 my Mum dropped me off at LLandaff Cathedral in Cardiff on her way to work, to see the Queen turn up.