Both Tasman nations released their mid-year fiscal outlooks, Australia is still gunning for a surplus, while New Zealand is accepting a deficit. Jacinda banned plastic fruit stickers and the gun buyback ends this week.
The city of Sydney is in a bushfire induced smoke haze, one of New Zealand’s active volcano has erupted to cause tragedy. Natural disasters are not political nor man-made climate-induced, but political issues are still in the public sphere.
Presented in association with The Unshackled . Trans-Tasman Talk (TTT) is hosted by Tim Wilms from Melbourne and Dieuwe de Boer from Auckland. The show debuts every Tuesday at 9pm New Zealand time and 7pm Melbourne time. Episodes are broadcast live on Youtube via Right Minds , The Unshackled , and ...
During the past few weeks I've been able to follow some great entertainment in what has become known as the Groyper War, which is focused on real life trolling in a well-presented manner by asking well crafted questions at Conservatism Inc events.
The distinction between men and women is being erased from all parts of society. Fashion magazines now have males model female clothes and makeup, newspaper articles refuse to mention women, and MPs want men to get abortions.
I totally disagree with what Australia Q&A's Mona Eltahawy has to say about white people, men, and capitalism. But I have to say that I have gained an appreciation for her after reading "Headscarves and Hymens".
The 5th of November has come and gone. It's an annual celebration of Guy Fawkes' failed plot to blow up the Protestant Parliament of King James I. This special date closely follows October 31st, the start of the Reformation.
On this week's show, Tim and Dieuwe discuss the Melbourne Cup, Andrew Little's Ministry of Truth, the need for men to get abortions, more unrelated protests in both countries, and parties continuing to gear up for the election next year.
This episode of Trans-Tasman Talk covers the climbing of Ayers Rock, white guilt, farmers are fighting back against government erosion of their livelihoods, gun rights, the spy state, and politicians caught in embarrassing situations.
Is it possible to write a bill that's worse than the First Tarrant Law? Apparently it is. It all goes wrong in the preamble. Owning firearms is a right, and the wording that claims to the contrary cannot change that fact.
This weeks live talkshow covered daylight savings, the Extinction Rebellion disruptions, Scott Morison's latest anti-globalist speech, local elections in NZ, the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's discovery, and the end of NZ donations to the Clinton Foundation.
Fifty lucky New Zealanders were invited to Beijing to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the brutal, murderous, evil, and oppressive reign of the Communist Party of China. Among then was spy-turned-politician Jian Yang.
The global political climate has continued to change this past week. President Trump is now being subjected to impeachment hearings in the House. The People’s Republic of China is celebrating 70 years of Communist rule.
One of the coolest things to come out of the United Nations climate thingy was a new free trade deal between five small nations. The whole thing is also a bit funny as these nations combined make up 0.31% of the global greenhouse gas emissions.
The Green Party posted the following status update unironically after Great Thunberg's United Nation's speech. The Greens act like they're still in opposition, even though the Labour Party is fully on board, with Jacinda declaring that climate change is her "nuclear free moment". Why haven't they ...