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The Case Against G.W. Bush: a Preliminary "Hearing" in the Court of Common Sense
Thought you might be interested to read a little gem of history, below, which came across an email list I'm on. These are not my words:
I’m fed up to the back teeth with welfare dependency. It’s an alien term imported, like so much other socio-economic junk, from the far right of the USA.
And oh, how they talk. Blow jobs, funky spunk, vibrators, spanking, bad breath, faking orgasms, rimming, and men who want to date their mothers - you name it, Carrie and the girls have tried, dissected and dissed it.
So now, John, you can be photographed while you stand there and talk about guns and bombs and poisons without the breast appearing over your right shoulder, without that bodacious bosom bothering you, and we just wanted to tell you in the spirit ...
Alliance Leader Laila Harré has announced an alteration to the Alliance List announced on Sunday.
Cabinet will have a place for the deputy prime minister and erstwhile Alliance leader Jim Anderton should Labour form the next government, but there will be no coalition with the Greens, if Prime Minister Helen Clark has her way.
General Election - www.policy.net.nz: A Unique Resource To Make Sense Of Party Policy
With the election date announced the political parties will likely be holding out their begging bowls to corporate New Zealand to help fund their election campaigns. But global business has recently been told to either clean up their act or everybody ...
Within a few months, the events of Sept. 11th, 2001 became but an echo of the events that followed. War in Afghanistan, anthrax, unprecedented powers of detention: the public mind moves from one shock to another, appearing to accept the government’s ...
A highly reliable confidential client source who wishes to remain anonymous has promised to send me an FBI copy of a high-level Al Qaida report dating back to the embassy bombings in Africa several years ago. The email report was captured in Africa from ...
Today’s questions concerned: Election Date – Boatpeople – PPTA Settlement Failure – Economic Development – Early Election (Constitutionally Speaking) – Boatpeople – PPTA – Tertiary Commission Appointments – PM on PPTA – Premature Businesses – Refugee ...
Images by Guy MacGibbon. Prime Minister Helen Clark Prepares To Speak. Prime Minister Helen Clark Announcing The Early Election For July 27th. Beehive Theatrette Audience (1) & (2)
Alliance leader Laila Harré has today released her list of top ten policies that the snap election interrupts.
In an article entitled “Censorship is no easy matter” by Graham Reid, published in The NZ Herald (Dec 1, 2001), the Chief Censor, Mr Bill Hastings, is quoted as saying:
"Helen Clark's excuse for calling a snap election because of "endless points of order during question time" is totally ridiculous," says Shadow Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee.
“Did you notice that Immigration Minister Lianne Dalziel announced new immigration rules yesterday? Not surprising if you didn’t given the other news of the day: the uncalled for early election. The Minister was obviously trying to bury her information ...
Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today announced the Nature Heritage Fund has reached an agreement to withdraw cattle grazing rights over a key area within the Te Wahipounamu (South West New Zealand) World Heritage Area.
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National Leader Bill English has today announced that Richard Worth is the new spokesperson for the Defence portfolio.
Editor's note: An controversy is brewing over a decision by the public interest US news broadcaster C-Span's decision not to cover the Unanswered Questions press conference to be held today in Washington D.C, (7am Tuesday New Zealand Time).
Central Otago farmer Laurie Inder has been named as the new head of New Zealand Freemasons for the next two years.
Students have no reason to re-elect a Labour government next month, ACTivists President, Gavin Middleton, said today.
Time is running out for electors to enrol or update their details on the electoral rolls for this year's general election, with the rolls closing for printing on Writ Day, Tuesday 25 June.
Chief Censor, Bill Hastings, reported in a radio interview that the first time he saw “Baise-Moi” he thought:
NZ government criticised for putting business before Bio-Ethics. Prime Minister urged to follow Switzerland and make pre-election gesture of 5-year moratorium on GE crops.
“As we predicted the Government has thrown in the towel as our economy and our exports turn sour,” New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters said.
"Talk back today reflects the strong public sentiment that New Zealanders are not fooled by Helen Clark's cynical manipulation of them to call a snap election," says National Party Leader Bill English.
The New Zealand University Students’ Association is calling for a coalition government after the July 27 election to ensure the introduction of universal student allowance and the reduction of fees.
A TV3 NFO poll was announced on TV tonight with the Greens best yet result in the crucial Party Vote. The poll was conducted over the past weekend, as Bill English boxed for life.