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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 · 11/06/2018 9am
Before the by-election, I posited a few possible outcomes and what those would mean, but it turns out that nothing particularly shocking happened. In the end, Labour increase their vote, but National didn't lose any support.
Judith Collins
by Items on the Balustrade · 08/05/2018 5pm
Talking back to the Headmaster is never a good idea, as Stuart Nash, Minister for Police found out this afternoon in parliament. Nash was bravely defending the government’s position regarding its success, or lack thereof, in fulfilling its promises for Police recruitment. Nathan Guy and others were ...
Ian Lees-Galloway
by Items on the Balustrade · 02/05/2018 7pm
In an ironic twist, government Minister for Workplace Relations, Ian Lees-Galloway, sets fine example by verbally abusing a National party MP and then storming out of the chamber.
Wellington City Council Waste
by Owen LLewellyn · 14/04/2018 11am
The Taxpayer's Union has alerted its' membership to an alarming legislative change being proposed by the government. The Local Government (Community Well-being) Amendment Bill looks to change the 'Purpose' of local government. This outrageous move will effectively give councils carte blanche to ...
Coroner (Access to body if the deceased) amended
by Items on the Balustrade · 10/04/2018 11pm
The orgy of virtue signalling which heralded the passing of the Criminal Records (Expunging of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offenses) Bill last week continued Tuesday night during the debate of the Coroners (Access to Body of Dead Person) Amended Bill. MPs clamoured to demonstrate their ...
by Owen LLewellyn · 22/01/2018 4pm
The new Labour-led government’s plans for its first 100 days has a depressing inevitability about it. Various lollies handed out to key voting blocks - students get the first year of tertiary education free and an extra $50 a week living allowance; family allowances to increase, and sundry other measures with cost implications
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 22/09/2017 7pm
It's considered by many to be the most unpredictable election in a generation, but Right Minds NZ's Alex Eastwood-Williams attempts to predict the unpredictable election. This has been probably the rockiest and most unpredictable election campaign in my lifetime, with wide discrepancies between ...
Dieuwe de Boer analyses the NZ election campaign
by Owen LLewellyn · 03/09/2017 8pm
Dieuwe de Boer of Right Minds NZ is interviewed on The Unshackled and gives an insightful rundown on the forthcoming NZ General Election. de Boer identifies housing as probably the biggest policy issue coming into this election. Perhaps surprisingly, he identifies Labour as having the best approach ...
Labour Party UK Sacks Candidate
by Owen LLewellyn · 03/05/2017 9pm
The UK Labour Party has sacked one of its' general election candidates over alleged anti-Islamic tweets. Trevor Merralls, general secretary of black cab taxi drivers co-operative, denies that the twitter account in question, @wellingblueboy was his. Reports suggest, however, that there is clear ...
Labour Greens Coalition Tax scam
by Owen LLewellyn · 27/03/2017 9am
Labour and the Greens last week released their budget responsibility rules. This is a slick political move which could fool a lot of soft voters. On the face of it, it looks like they are making a firm commitment to fiscal responsibility.