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  1. More than 2 years since we were supposed to be heading for financial disaster WHAT HAPPENED ?? . DOW JONES 40,954.48+742.76 (1.85%)today 16/7/24 GOLD $4078 an OZ 16 Jul, 5:45 pm
  2. Ever thought of standing for parliament ??
  3. And the problem with fact checking Biden was the fact checkers struggled to understand his answers , mumble mumble
  4. The shooter has donated to the dems and Super Don was shot , the bullet hit him.
  5. Biggest liar well may bee but he's got balls of steel as seen today , now this is according to CNN WHICH IS a VERY DUBVIOUS source, Quote Trump made more than 30 false claims at the Thursday debate. Biden made at least nine false or misleading claims in the debate. CNN’s moderators did not factcheck statements LIVE (they gave themselves plenty of time to tweek the answers ).
  6. Pure politics and abuse of power . Bragg promised to prosecute Trump during his campaign for DA in 2021 being repeated frequently. Sen. Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, issued a statement after the verdict: "The district attorney, who campaigned on a promise to prosecute Donald Trump, brought these charges precisely because of who the defendant was rather than because of any specified criminal conduct." House Speaker Mike Johnson, a staunch Trump supporter, described the verdict as a "shameful day in American history," claiming that the charges were based on dubious testimony and aimed solely at discrediting the leading GOP candidate. "This was a purely political exercise, not a legal one," Johnson said in a statement. AND THIS , After a five-year investigation and a seven-week trial, Donald J. Trump was convicted on Thursday of falsifying records to cover up a sex scandal. But that will not be the last word on the case. Mr. Trump declared on Friday that he would appeal the landmark verdict, suggesting his lawyers had several grounds “We’ll be appealing this scam,” he said at a news conference at Trump Tower in Manhattan. “We’ll be appealing it on many different things. He wouldn’t allow us to have witnesses or have us talk or allow us to do anything. The judge was a tyrant.” The appeals process is not swift, and could take months or more to resolve, all but ensuring that Mr. Trump will remain a felon when voters head to the polls in November.
  7. Well plenty of ammunition for the conspiracy brigade here , the reality is some how this guy got on top of a roof which wasn't covered by security when clearly it should have been secure so why wasn't it secure ?? and there you have it the basis for distrust of all involved in any investigation . The justice department has vilified and persecuted Trump so why trust them to do an honest job here . As for innocents being killed that's what's known as collateral damage it proves nothing .
  8. Facts out ? really, I know what I and the rest of the saw some one tried to put a bullet in Trumps head that's an undeniable fact pretty simple really .
  9. Iconic shot , this guys got real balls just look how he bounced back , can you imagine Biden getting up and pumping the air .
  10. Orchestrate this you are effin dreaming , mm from certain death
  11. This article is more than 9 years old .abbreviated but this war has been going on for a very long time , long before the west got involved . Dmitry – which he said is not his real name – is a native of east Ukraine and a member of the Azov battalion, a volunteer grouping that has been doing much of the frontline fighting in Ukraine's war with pro-Russia separatists. The Azov, one of many volunteer brigades to fight alongside the Ukrainian army in the east of the country, has developed a reputation for fearlessness in battle. But there is an increasing worry that while the Azov and other volunteer battalions might be Ukraine's most potent and reliable force on the battlefield against the separatists, they also pose the most serious threat to the Ukrainian government, and perhaps even the state, when the conflict in the east is over. The Azov causes particular concern due to the far right, even neo-Nazi, leanings of many of its members.
  12. X Taxpayers Union Hi Supporter, I just love writing emails like this - some good news for a change! You may recall Peter Williams reached out way back in 2022 (email thread below) raising the alarm on a review from Nanaia Mahuta's handpicked 'experts' called the 'Future of Local Government'. In fact, I see you chipped-in financially at the time, presumably as a result of Peter's email. The Labour Party project followed on from Three Waters, and backed by Local Government New Zealand, and was seeking law changes for local councils to adopt: Lowering the voting age to 16. Transferring some powers from elected officials to hapu/iwi, or other Maori entities. Giving unelected positions by iwi/hapu the same status as elected members (including voting rights) – but unlike elected councillors, these mana whenua representatives could not be voted out. Forcing council officials to conform with 'te ao Māori' values' by law. Funding of 'Tiriti-based partnership in local governance', apparently no matter the cost to ratepayers. It was nothing short of an attack on local democracy and we fought it right through 2023 in the lead up to the election. One of our challenges here at the Taxpayers' Union is demonstrating to supporters like you – who 100% make the work possible – the behind the scenes work - the lobbying and direct advocacy to ministers and officials. For example, nothing is better than having confidential opinion polling to give to an MP on a matter we are discussing that supports the taxpayer perspective (funny that!). But that isn't cheap. On this file, I can assure you that we've continued to plug away at it behind the scenes! Supported by a number of senior government officials, Local Government New Zealand has been busy this year lobbying the new Government to adopt some sort of watered down "Tiriti-based partnership" framework that (apparently) has the support of many of the country's Mayors. While I was confident the new Government wouldn't proceed with the 16-year olds voting proposal, given some of the more disappointing news coming out of the Beehive in recent weeks, I admit to being worried about quite where this one might end up. So I am delighted to report that the Local Government Minister has just formally announced he will not be adopting any of the review's proposals. In fact Simeon Brown went further, labelling the proposals "ideologically-driven". He has even instructed officials to down tools meaning the Government won't waste money preparing a formal response to the 'Future of Local Government' report. It doesn't get clearer than that! So credit where credit is due – and Simeon Brown deserves it. It's a big win for local democracy and, frankly, common sense. You'll remember how hard the Taxpayers' Union fought this tooth and nail (literally made possible with your financial support). Media wouldn't touch it, and the then-opposition parties were dragging their feet for too long. So credit to you Tom – who stuck with us in our fight. Our work doesn't stop here. We're constantly looking for any hint of Labour's undemocratic race-based policies being carried over by the Coalition Government – and we appreciate you staying with us along the way. Peter is keeping us busy on the disgraceful co-governance elements packed in the new Fast Track (RMA consenting) Bill (more on that in the days to come). But this email is to thank you again for your support which made the win possible. Jordan @ Taxpayers' Union ps. Peter is in the UK at the moment, so I've not yet spoken to him about the good news. He'll be getting this email the same time as you.
  13. ex One Roof Luxury lodge linked to NZ racing legend fails to cross finish line at auction Large lifestyle property passes in at $2.22m. Four properties were on the block but only three sold, with the main attraction, the 26ha Wellfield Lodge, Manawatū-Whanganui, passing in at $2.22 million. A 39ha holding at 126 Setters Line sold for $1.25m while two vacant lifestyle blocks at 168 Settlers Line and 150 Setters Line sold for $400,000 and $350,000.
  14. Up for auction is the following portfolio of properties: -311 Kairanga Bunnythorpe Road 26.4937 ha -126 Setters Line 39.2375 ha -168 Setters Line 1.0 ha (Bare-land lifestyle section) -150 Setters Line 1.8470 ha (Bare-land lifestyle section) Now a required sale, Wellfield Lodge represents an opportunity to secure an impressive holding located only minutes from Palmerston North City. Auction (unless sold prior) 12pm, Friday 5th July 2024
  15. Here's the updated covid Royal Commission inquiry. Brooke van Velden announced: