From the Māori-Mana deal to the Labour no-list gambit, short-sighted strategies risk excluding Māori voters from the conversation about Māori aspirations, writes Graham Cameron. Source: Amateurish games are turning the Māori seats into the irrelevancy Don Brash says they are
Tomorrow, in the United States, millions of people will attend church. Their service this week will be a thanksgiving service, with worship, voices lifted in joyous prayer, tears, shaking, tongues, hugs and sharp sermons filled with triumphant words. They will be thanking the judeo-christian God for the election of Donald Trump to the highest office… Read More Praying for Trump and the worldwide church’s silent acceptance of his election
Labour released a very impressive domestic violence policy today. They have committed to putting $60 million over four years into frontline services, primary prevention and education. They’ll provide specialist advice and reform in the justice sector to put the victim at the centre of the process. They’ll look at how to strengthen current processes around protection… Read More I’m sorry for being a man: sorry boys, it is all men.
Originally posted on Ellipsister:
Some motivational words before I begin this post: ‘Renegades of Funk’ cover (2000) by Rage Against the Machine [original by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force (1983)] Now renegades are the people With their own philosophies They change the course of history Everyday, people like you and me We’re the renegades we’re the…