Key’s endorsement of English has turned this “contest” into a race for second place.
Here’s this morning’s latest take on the TPP’s chances of survival. They’re not good.
At yesterday’s post Cabinet press conference Key was in his finest wide- eyed “Problem? What problem?” mode.
The commentariat tends to treat politics as boxing – the public, however, seem to experience politics as the static pageant of a wrestling match
McClay’s obvious difficulty in getting his story straight is part of a wider credibility problem with this government.
The current Key/McClay expedition to the UK and Europe looks decidedly peculiar.
Like the political equivalent of lithium, John Key is routinely administered to dull any politically dangerous mood swings amidst the general public…
Kanye do something with this album cover meme? Ye kan!
Climate change and the failure of frat boy politics
A General description of a Major problem
20 Reasons Why We Can’t Afford Another National Government
Ask A Prime Minister
And so it was written, and so shall it ever be…
Does John Key know the conditions facing Kiwi workers within US film and TV productions here?
If Planet Key did not exist, it would be necessary to invent it.
Does anyone still think the share sales in state energy assets are a good idea?
Please, sir, can I have the implementation of a number of already-identified measures that have been shown internationally to mitigate poverty and benefit the wider economy?
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on a subsistence wage provided by the State.
Where abouts is the nowhere man?
Feline fantasies of fame fortune and bloody vengence
And why New Zealand is no good at either…
Like 1001 nights in the Caliphate of Key…
Politics is child’s play
Is he a natural clown or the nation’s greatest conceptual artist?
Isn’t it funny / How a bear likes cutting the public service? / Buzz buzz buzz, / I wonder why he does.
The unionth are dethpicable!
If much of the P sold here originates in Asia, what – if anything – are Asian political and community leaders doing to help stem the trade?
Using a softline pitch to women, to sell hardline policies
An interview with Wellington Central MP, Grant Robertson