No Right Turn blogs that he believes the NZ First advertisements do breach the Electoral Finance Act as “a reasonable person would regard it as an encouragement to vote for NZ First”. I agree. As Idiot/Savant says it is not a survey, it lays out policy and encourages approval of it.
The visible hand in economics looks at fixed vs floating exchange rates.
The DAFT Party has a solution for China over Tibet. It is to rename China to Tibet, and declare they are all Tibetians. The PRC Government should see the sense of this now they are running a market economy – you replace a tarnished brand with a more positive brand!
Bernard Hickey has video and a blog post on Alan Bollard’s speech suggesting we are talking ourselves into a recession. Bernard says we’re not, and if we do have a recession, it is because we deserve it! Them’s fighting words! It’s a lengthy excellent post with many graphs.Tags: Alan Bollard, Bernard Hickey, China, Climate Change, DAFT Party, Economy, Electoral Finance Act, Exchange Rates, Media, No Right Turn, Poneke, recession, Tibet, Visible Hand in Economics, Winston First