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  • Nextrush Unplugged: Weekend Version Trump, Biden, Fauci "Markets" Real Domestic Terrorism Real News Updates

    10/17/2020 7:26:03 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 5 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 10/17/2020 | Nextrush/Self
    Welcome to the weekend calculating Day 216 of the Dictatorship of COVID-19 where crisis leads to authoritarian government unquestioned and unchecked even by elections... New Zealand's dictator on two counts-COVID-19 and firearms-winning big in terms of her country's politics with almost half of the popular vote. Jacinda Ardern's Labor Party looking at a majority in its own right in the 120 seat parliament..... Donald J. Trump Dow Jones 30,000, Joe Biden Dow Jones 15,000, Anthony Fauci Dow Jones 7,500 Ever look at the political situation that way. I looked by my quarterly statement retirement investments last week and my dad...
  • New Zealandís NIWA sued over climate data adjustments

    08/16/2010 9:29:24 AM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 11 replies
    Watts Up With That? ^ | August 16, 2010 | Anthony Watts
    NIWA is being sued by the NZ Climate Coalition, mainly due to the differences in data in this graph:Niwa sued over data accuracy The countryís state-owned weather and atmospheric research body is being taken to court in a challenge over the accuracy of its data used to calculate global warming.The New Zealand Climate Science Coalition said it had lodged papers with the High Court asking the court to invalidate the official temperatures record of the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (Niwa).The lobby of climate sceptics and ACT Party have long criticised Niwa over its temperature data, which Niwa...
  • The Liberal Project (economic and social classic liberal platform for conservatives in NZ)

    01/31/2006 7:24:45 PM PST · by NZerFromHK · 23 replies · 607+ views
    The Press (New Zealand) (via ^ | 1 February 2006 | Catherine Judd
    ACT enters the 11th year of its life in remarkably buoyant spirits, despite suffering its worst ever election result last year (1.5%), the biggest fall of any party in the election (109,000 party votes), and the loss of seven of its nine talented members of parliament. So why is ACT feeling so optimistic? The 2005 election result was without doubt a serious setback for the political party that has been New Zealandís most radical and vigorous standard bearer for liberal ideas. But those ideas and the movement for rolling back statism and defending and advancing individual freedom are far from...
  • ACT: The Future (adovates "sink or swim" for NZ Maori - applies to US minorities as well)

    07/09/2004 5:05:53 PM PDT · by NZerFromHK · 28 replies · 655+ views ^ | 6 March 2004 | Hon Sir Roger Douglas
    Delivered at the ACT New Zealand 10th Annual Conference Christchurch 6 March 2004 Don Brash has put the cat firmly in the middle of the political pigeons. How should ACT respond? Firstly by acknowledging that Brash was right in what he said. We have to ask ourselves why this one speech overshadowed 7 years of similar statements by ACT; why it reduced Peters from being a threat to National to being a non-entity. Answer - voters believed Brash meant what he said. That comes from having a consistent message which leads to credibility and ultimately confidence. Richard, in difficult circumstances,...
  • Why Freedom Allows Diversity And Fosters Tolerance (True, not bogus tolerance from conservatism!)

    07/04/2004 1:50:13 AM PDT · by NZerFromHK · 3 replies · 593+ views
    The ACT Party of New Zealand ^ | Sunday 4 Jul 2004 | Rodney Hide
    Speech to ACT members and supporters; ACT Leader's Lunch; Chateau on the Park, Christchurch; Sunday July 4, 2004. When we were children we were colour blind. We looked past the colour of a personís skin to the real person beneath. We judged each other by what we did not by the racial group to which we belonged. And then we grew up. And suddenly, to think like that was somehow a great and noble ideal. Well, call it what you will. Itís the way I think. Itís the way ACT thinks. And itís the way most New Zealanders think. Itís...