Bulletin 8/3/2017


The Greens seem to have found the narrative that National is screwing young people – whether they can make this the meme of this election remains to be seen, but there’s potential.

It’s International Women’s Day, and it gets political, with opposition asking what the government has done to reduce the gender pay gap.  Housing, water quality, and superannuation continue to be topical.  The Maori Party supports subsidising e-cigarettes to encourage quitting smoking.


Echo Chamber National:



Cutting superannuation with a smile:


Business associations and big banks give faint praise for superannuation cut:


On paid leave for domestic violence victims:


Look how much money we’re sitting on:


Pro women:


Pro, um, golfing:


Echo Chamber Labour:

On environmental funding:


On the housing shortage:


On the historic abuse of children in state care:


Pro women:


Echo Chamber Green:

On paid leave for domestic violence victims:




On National putting young people last:


On water and the environment:


Pro women:


On children in state care:


On superannuation:


On the economics of highways:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On superannuation:


Gender pay equality is Nation’s responsibility:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

E-cig subsidy:


Echo Chamber ACT:

Cut superannuation faster:


What time is it?  Tax cut time:


Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.


Author: sckchui

Aspiring author and armchair philosopher, I seek to understand the world, people, and myself. Through my writing, I seek also to share all that I've found.

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