Some would querulously ask, zero net carbon emissions by 2050 – while others would say, why not?
It has been a grimly fascinating week for Brexit train (wreck) spotters.
The spending lavished on Defence projects to meet the risks that could maybe, possibly, theoretically face New Zealand in future is breath-taking.
The decision to remove the word ‘vulnerable’ from the Ministry for Vulnerable Children could well mark a whole shift in approach to the care of children in need.
In 2017, bogeymen of all shapes and sizes seem to have fallen on hard times.
Among other things, a year of great break-up albums by female artists…
For the past nine years, there has been a political culture of absentee government, where almost any regulatory action that involved spending money fell out of favour.
Shane Jones has made it clear that he’s going to be saying really, really loudly what he and Winston and the rest of the NZF crew are doing.
Going as low as the Republicans have done will not only wildly expand the deficit, but require cutbacks to welfare provisions, and hiking taxes on middle America.