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by Dieuwe de Boer · 16/01/2019 9am
Jesse Anderson from NZSovereignty has organised another round of protests against the signing of the UN Migration Pact. These will be held in a number of location around the country on Saturday 2nd February at 4pm.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 07/01/2019 9pm
The increasing polarisation of politics and political discourse is something that many have commented on, but Dan Hannan at the Washington Examiner has found what he believes to be the root cause: falling IQ caused by increased screen time.
One New Zealand
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 05/01/2019 10am
The time has come for a genuine people’s party in New Zealand politics. The recently formed One New Zealand Party is set to break the mould of politics in this country. Whilst the majority of Kiwis have been busy working hard at their jobs and businesses and bringing up their families, the ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/12/2018 10am
Time Magazine has announced their "Man of the Year" award to a group known as the "guardians of the truth". Who are these guardians? Don't laugh too hard, but by that they mean journalists.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 17/12/2018 8pm
Students accused of sexual harassment at one of Sydney’s largest universities will be hauled before extrajudicial panels including two of their peers who will recommend if they should be expelled.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 27/11/2018 9am
Why haven't we heard about the Global Compact for Migration here in New Zealand? President Trump made waves when he rejected the Pact, due to be signed this December, nearly a year ago. Many other nations have withdrawn support, but what about us?
by Dieuwe de Boer · 20/11/2018 7pm
Disaster has struck as members of Generation Snowflake have had to sit their end of year Level 3 NCEA exams. It's not that the maths exam was too hard this time, but that the history exam contained a word that was too unusual.
Alexandria Occasional-Cortex
by John Black · 19/11/2018 8am
I was a teenage communist. For about a week. One of my routine excavations of the local library had uncovered a copy of the Communist Manifesto by Messrs Engels and Marx. This insufferableness came to an end when my wise and gentle father gave me another book.
by John Black · 06/11/2018 8pm
The Catholic Boy’s High school I was sentenced to during the term of my teenage years held a weekly assembly, the centrepiece of which was the principal’s address, preceded by a song. Memorably, one Monday morning some poor sap chose John Lennon’s Imagine .
by Dieuwe de Boer · 26/11/2018 8pm
One of Jacinda's inevitable targets was abortion law, which she has repeatedly claimed she wants treated as a health issue that shouldn't be in the Crimes Act. This is a non sequitur. The location of abortion law, or any law, is irrelevant.

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