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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.
Jacinda Ardern at the UN
by Andy Oakley · 31/01/2019 5pm
Labour = The Politics of Virtue Signalling and Division. Our Country is Changing! I am still reeling from the speech given by Jacinda Ardern at the UN Convention last year.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 24/01/2019 9pm
It's not hard to find examples of how pathetic the so-called justice system is. Stuff reports that "a Burmese refugee has escaped punishment for shooting a man who racially abused him and his friends."
by Dieuwe de Boer · 23/01/2019 6pm
In the last week our media has reported on a lot of foreign fake news. One story was about Kentucky students who supposedly surrounded and intimidated a American Indian man beating on his drums. They even mocked the haka!
by John Black · 21/01/2019 7pm
Imagine if you will gentle reader, the following twitter exchange: ‘"Maori Culture is basically crap." "Thank you! This is brave leadership, saying what many of us have long known." Do you think this leader would survive such a faux pa?
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/01/2019 5pm
When the New Conservatives initially debuted, I was sceptical. Yet they've been working overtime to prove me wrong. Most recently they've received the attention of the DailyBlog who's been getting a bit worked up about them.
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.

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