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by Dieuwe de Boer · 10/05/2018 6pm
As food banks are seeing a large increase in demand, the latest budget reveals nearly a billion more in foreign aid to pacific nations. Is this what putting New Zealand first looks like? There is no priority on fixing the housing crisis, but plenty of money to fill the right pork barrels.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 09/05/2018 8am
In a bizarre moment, Hillary Clinton claimed she considered moving to New Zealand after losing to President Donald Trump, but not even everyone in the legacy media bought her fake and robotic speech.
Judith Collins
by Items on the Balustrade · 08/05/2018 5pm
Talking back to the Headmaster is never a good idea, as Stuart Nash, Minister for Police found out this afternoon in parliament. Nash was bravely defending the government’s position regarding its success, or lack thereof, in fulfilling its promises for Police recruitment. Nathan Guy and others were having some great sport identifying the differences between ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 07/05/2018 7pm
When Hillary Rodham Clinton is involved, it's a question of "What do you want first, the bad news or the really bad news?" Our government has given the Clinton Foundation $8 million and is giving them $5 million more. But, wait, there's more.
by John Black · 07/05/2018 1pm
You’re having a perfectly normal conversation, talking about your weekend. Then out of nowhere the wanker throws around words like 'patriarchal' and 'heteronormative'. After reading my break down of the most common ‘Wanker Words’, you’ll know what he's on about.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 04/05/2018 8pm
Earlier this week, a shocked parent revealed, via Facebook, a pamphlet that her daughter had been given at Massey High, which included information about to hide and use meth. That's only the half of it though.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 03/05/2018 9am
Some African migrations are complaining that they can't find work in New Zealand and are suggesting that businesses are discriminating against them. There is more to the story of course, as it appears none actually checked if there was work available for them before moving here.
Ian Lees-Galloway
by Items on the Balustrade · 02/05/2018 7pm
In an ironic twist, government Minister for Workplace Relations, Ian Lees-Galloway, sets fine example by verbally abusing a National party MP and then storming out of the chamber.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 01/05/2018 7pm
Family First NZ says that 50 marriage celebrant applicants have had their application rejected in just the past 2½ years. Why are they applying to celebrate something they do not believe in, under a law they cannot comply with? Dieuwe asks these questions as he starts a series on government meddling with marriage and how Christians can reclaim it.
by Andy Oakley · 30/04/2018 7pm
A non PC political commentary on the effects of the Treaty of Waitangi Act on New Zealand Society. Andy Oakley questions the very idea of a separate Maori race, especially the "one drop of blood" rule that essentially creates Maori out of thin air and then assigns them special privileges.

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