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by Dieuwe de Boer · 08/08/2017 8pm
It's chaos over at Green HQ, just like this time last week it was chaos over at Labour HQ. They say a week is a long time in politics. Seven days ago Andrew Little was Labour leader and the Greens had reached a new high in the polls. Jacinda Ardern has since struggled to differentiate herself, other than being a younger female version of this week's Labour ...
Tom Woods talks about rights and where they come fron
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 08/08/2017 7pm
Historian, economist and radio host, Tom Woods talks us through the history of rights and where they come from. Woods identifies the 12th century as the time when rights as we know them today. On top form, Woods draws on a wide range of his extensive scholarship, explaining the concept of self-ownership, natural rights and how the concept of all people ...
The Greens In New Zealand Also Abuse Taxpayer Funds
by Tim Levchenko-Scott / Dieuwe de Boer · 05/08/2017 5pm
The Unshackled exposes the rank hypocrisy of the Greens on both sides of the Tasman : The Australian Greens like to think of themselves as the moral arbiters of the nation. They rage against the major parties’ MPs abusing their entitlements but we later learn that they are not much better. Just looking at Sarah Hanson-Young, she blew her staff travel budget ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 02/08/2017 8pm
Eight hours after becoming Leader of the Labour Party, Leader of the Opposition, and possibly future Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern was asked the question of our time: are you planning on having children and would that affect your performance?
by Right Minds NZ · 01/08/2017 10am
In a shocking turn of events, Andrew Little has resigned as leader of the Labour Party just hours after stating that he would not. With less than two months to go till the election, this leaves Labour in turmoil and very low down in the polls. UPDATE: Jacinda Ardern has been named as leader and Kelvin Davis as deputy leader.
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 31/07/2017 1pm
The following article is one I wrote last year for another publication, which I have decided to republish in light of Labour's recent polling woes: New Zealand Labour Party 1916 - 2016 On behalf of the New Zealand political family, it is my sad duty to announce that the New Zealand Labour Party, the oldest political party in New Zealand, has passed away, ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 31/07/2017 9am
After the Northland shooting that left three dead and one more injured, the inevitable calls for more laws, more bans, more this and more that, we should all remember that it never stops. It's never enough. The UK is planning to ban home delivery of knives.
Gareth Morgan of The Opportunities Party.  Globalist.
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 22/07/2017 9pm
I’ve never met Gareth Morgan, but for some reason I find him intensely annoying. There’s something rather condescending and patronising about him, or at least how he comes across in his many media offerings. He definitely has a chronic case of cleverest-person-in-the-room syndrome. The instant expert-on-everything. That said, I neither need nor want ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/07/2017 12pm
It's been 95 years since Ibn Saud established the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, signed the worst trade deal in the history of trade deals ever with the United States, and ushered in an era of Wahhabist Jihad funded by petrodollars.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 18/07/2017 1pm
In "SteynPost #18: The Biggest Issue of our Time," Mark Steyn covers Trump's Warsaw speech and highlights that "faith and family" are no more among the Europeans. Two-thirds of their leaders are childless, including every G7 leader.
Pepe the Frog
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 15/07/2017 2pm
I’m not sure if Kirsty Johnston’s article about the ‘Alt Right’ in New Zealand was more disingenuous or just hopelessly out of touch. Either way, she completely missed the mark as far as demonstrating understanding of the growing discontent in New Zealand and around the world with the political, media and academic establishment. Ms Johnston spent several ...
Minimum Wage
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 12/07/2017 9pm
There are political movements to push the federal minimum hourly wage to $15. Raising the minimum wage has popular support among Americans.
Muslim Women
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 12/07/2017 8pm
Eager to paint Muslims as the ultimate victim group in Western society, this week an organisation called the Islamic Sciences and Research Academy of Australia in association with the Diversity Council Australia and several leading Australian universities, released a report this week studying “Islamophobia” in Australia.
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 12/07/2017 5am
Anyone who has read the recent polls, even badly, knows that the New Zealand Labour Party are on course for a cataclysmic defeat in the September general election. Labour have dropped to 27% in the latest Colmar Brunton poll - on par with their crushing defeat in the 2011 election and barely two points above their 2014 result, which saw the party achieve ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 11/07/2017 9am
Last week about two-thirds of the nations in the word voted on a legally binding treaty to ban nuclear weapons. While this might seem like a harmless measure, this is perhaps one of the more insane things that you will see come out of the UN.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 10/07/2017 9am
The Kiwi Gun Blog has a story with some shocking numbers into just how few resources go into training policemen for the use of firearms.
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 03/07/2017 5pm
With just over two months to go before New Zealanders head to the polls, the New Zealand First Party are having a dream run: Labour are in disarray, National's credibility is under attack, and with immigration becoming a central issue in the campaign, the stars seem to be aligning for Winston Peters. Or at least, that was the case until the announcement ...
What has feminism done to shatter the patriarchal "women and children first" mentality, and elevate men to status as full human beings deserving of empathy and human rights? What has it done to reinforce and legally entrench the mentality that everyone, i
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 02/07/2017 8pm
What has feminism done to shatter the patriarchal "women and children first" mentality, and elevate men to status as full human beings deserving of empathy and human rights? What has it done to reinforce and legally entrench the mentality that everyone, including men themselves, should put men last?
Czech Republic writing own second ammendment
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 29/06/2017 9pm
The Czech Republic is on track to re-enact constitutional gun rights in response to recent terror attacks and the migrant crisis in Europe.
by Hayden Macpherson · 29/06/2017 3pm
Freedom of speech is widely regarded as one of the cardinal features of a liberal democracy, and one of the most precious components of the ancient English traditions of liberty, that we here in New Zealand have inherited. Indeed, it is a matter of pride for most Kiwis that New Zealand consistently ranks among the freest nations in the world, and that our ...

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