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by Dieuwe de Boer · 27/02/2019 1pm
You've undoubtedly heard of the "controversial" Dr. Jordan Peterson, yet last Monday I heard a man who doesn't have anything controversial to say. You've probably heard of his "mostly young male" audience, although they were a minority at the Town Hall.
by The New Zealander · 26/02/2019 8pm
The weather really turned it on for the rally in Christchurch's vibrant Cathedral Square. A balmy day with a gentle cooling breeze that set the multitude of New Zealand flags held by the supporters alight, set the scene for what turned out to be a marvellous family-oriented enjoyable event.
by John Black · 25/02/2019 9am
Question: Which American president has been the most ardent defender of gay rights? The answer of course is Donald J. Trump.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/02/2019 7pm
Since the New Conservative Party was holding a public meeting in anticipation of contesting a possible Botany by-election, I thought I'd go have a listen as I live in the area. The turnout was a near full house, with almost every one of the sixty-odd seats filled.
by John Black · 18/02/2019 9am
In 1212, children, first in France and then in Germany began defying their parents, leaving their farms and villages to join the Children's Crusade . They had become inflamed with religious zeal and the mad aim of retaking the Holy Land from the Mohammedans.
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 14/02/2019 9pm
The recent rift in diplomatic relations between New Zealand and the People's Republic of China presents a major challenge to New Zealand – but it also presents a perfect opportunity to question our nation's foreign policy and whether it works in our best interests.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 12/02/2019 10pm
And I'm not just talking about the latest poll. While Monday's poll does bolster my arguments it doesn't change anything. Even if National and Labour's fortunes were reversed, the right still wouldn't have a path to victory. Allow me to explain.
by John Black · 11/02/2019 9am
Jordan Peterson world famous psychologist, thinker and Kermit the frog impersonator (you’ll understand that one if you’ve ever heard him speak) is coming to town this week.
Waitangi Day
by Owen LLewellyn · 06/02/2019 8pm
The One New Zealand Party continue challenging conventional political thinking in New Zealand. Andy Oakley explains why he thinks we should be thinking about how politicians actually do things rather than obsessing over policies.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 05/02/2019 9pm
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, after a lunch with right-minded friends, I headed to Aotea Square for the rally against the UN Migration Compact.

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