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.
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."
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!
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?
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.
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.
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.
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 ...