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by Dieuwe de Boer · 05/06/2018 9am
After Ireland voted to change their abortion laws, the death lobby in New Zealand got all excited and decided to push for more dead babies over here too, with Jacinda announcing that might happen next year. The hapless Simon Bridges had to go on Red Radio and TVNZ to stick his foot in his mouth.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 01/06/2018 9am
For those who do not yet know, anti-Islamisation activist Tommy Robinson was arrested and jailed a few days ago while livestreaming outside a courtroom where an "Asian grooming gang" was awaiting a verdict (that's PC for Muslim paedophile rape gang).
by Dieuwe de Boer · 29/05/2018 12pm
The latest poll provides some interesting insights into just what is going on in the political arena. While polls at this stage don't translate into actual results, they do show us just what is working and what isn't.
by John Black · 28/05/2018 9pm
In this week's instalment of "Wanker Words", John Black takes us through cultural appropriation. You'd think that the left would be all about sharing and melding cultures in a diverse way, but rather it's the opposite.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 23/05/2018 8am
Everything is racist! Labour MP Tamati Coffey is upset that the Maori Ward referemdums all failed. It's almost like the democratic majority don't want separatism and race-based laws.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 22/05/2018 6pm
We at Right Minds routinely mock the quality of journalism, but it isn't often that we get a study exposing the reasons behind the poor quality. Business Insider reveals that journalists brains show a lower level of executive functioning, which affects the regulation of their emotions and biases.
by John Black · 21/05/2018 9am
John Black returns with the third "wanker word of the week" and this one is all about how evil men are. That's right, if you're a man and you act like one then some wanker might just call you toxic. Still don't understand? Allow John to mansplain it you to.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 17/05/2018 3pm
The budget news is largely uninteresting: a few key promises have been delayed, funding for all kinds of the usual things are up, and unlike most of National's budgets, this one at least appears to be balanced. There is one funny bit though.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 17/05/2018 5pm
After losing the general election, a few of the National Party old guard have been calling it quits. This often happens after a government is kicked out of office and often the by-elections are fairly mundane, but the Northcote Electorate, vacated by Jonathan Coleman, looks to be interesting as it ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 16/05/2018 9am
Golriz Ghahraman became a poster girl for the Green Party and a media darling, but she turned out to be a fake and is now routinely mocked outside of the elitist circles. Her most recent triggering incident was being asked if she was "kiwi enough" to speak for all New Zealanders.

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