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Who will be Trump or Farage or LePen for New Zealand ?
by Owen LLewellyn · 27/02/2017 8am
Without doubt there has been a major shift in the political climate around the world in the past couple of years. Brexit and the election of Trump are the two clearest signals that more and more ordinary people are waking up to the creeping evil of globalism and all its’ manifestations. The ...
by Louie Jerome · 23/02/2017 12pm
Whenever elections draw near, always expect past failed candidates to pretend to be relevant as they try to stake a political comeback. We saw several recently, as the case with former MP Laila Harre declaring her intention to seek a list ranking with the Labour Party. Then, Labour also took in ...
by Simon · 22/02/2017 9pm
Donald Trump and News Media go hand in hand. They've had a love hate relationship since Trump started raising hell on the New York property scene. For better, for worse, through thick and thin, you can rest assured that the news media have been loyally following Trumps every move. Donald Trump ...
USA Russia
by Owen LLewellyn · 20/02/2017 10am
"Never mind what they say, watch what they do." It's an old adage, and like most old adages helps us better understand the world around us. The relationship between the United States and Russia is one of the most important on the international stage. Several times in his election campaign Donald ...
Everyone I don't like is Hitler
by Dieuwe de Boer · 20/02/2017 9pm
Earlier this month, I got to experience the "new left" firsthand. Within five minutes of arriving at Aotea Square, the handful of police officers on the scene radioed for backup.
by Louie Jerome · 14/02/2017 10am
The transition in the Prime Minister’s office which saw Bill English replace John Key as National party leader was seen as a return to the governing party’s roots of social conservatism. Former Prime Minister Key was seen as a social liberal, free-marketeer who vocally backed gay marriage and ...
Vladimir Putin 2007 Munich Speech 10 years on
by Owen LLewellyn · 11/02/2017 9pm
Ten years ago this week, on the 10th of February 2007, President Vladimir Putin of Russia made a cut through speech at the 43rd Munich Security Conference. Exposing the hypocrisy of US/NATO/EU controlled international security policy, the speech was a concise, intelligent and insightful and pointed ...
Lady Justice
by Dieuwe de Boer · 17/02/2017 8pm
Last year, I got my first ever summons for jury duty. Some are excited by this and others view it with dread. I was in the former camp, not out of a special sense of duty, but because I wanted to experience our justice system for myself.
by Louie Jerome · 07/02/2017 6pm
New Zealand politics aficionados went abuzz this week over the Labour Party’s announcement that former broadcaster Willie Jackson will be a candidate in the 2017 general elections under their banner. Jackson is a perennial figure in Maori affairs, his stint as a talkback radio host was used to ...
New Zealand Poverty industry doesn't want to address fatherlessness
by Owen LLewellyn · 04/02/2017 4pm
The New Zealand government is considering a proposal to devolve the funding of the provision of various government funded services to local boards in certain demarcated regions.

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