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Trotter's doublespeaky progressive taxation

What is ‘progressive’ in politics? Someone tried to answer that leading into last year’s UK elections via the BBC, offering a number of varying explanations, and suggesting: 337 more words

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Trotter still promoting riots

Chris Trotter continues to promote riots and other actions in another suggestive and provocative post at The Daily Blog, while trying to build blame of the police in advance. 557 more words

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Key, TPPA, riots, Waitangi and civil war

Rhetoric about John Key, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreeement, and the Treaty of Waitangi and Waitangi Day is rising to absurd levels.

Are some left wing activists seriously trying to talk up riots, civil wart the revolution? 832 more words

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Insight and Incite

The latest edition of Incite Politics includes some political insights and incites, but overall seems quite lightweight and I think it’s questionable whether it’s deserving of a premium subscription except for devoted fans of Cameron Slater and perhaps political obsessives who must have everything. 706 more words

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How can the TPPA " "prevent Labour-type political parties from ever again behaving like Labour-type political parties"?

Chris Trotter, n “Fear No Ghosts!”: Little, Labour And The TPPA at Bowalley, suggests the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement may “prevent Labour-type political parties from ever again behaving like Labour-type political parties”. 149 more words

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