Gordon Campbell looks at National policies and has many legitimate questions about them. He may or should regret this line though:
In Ryall’s opinion, money isn’t the main issue anymore in health care – its more about the cultivation of fruitful and personally fulfilling caring, on current rations. “Money talks, but it is not the only, or even the prime, motivator.” Lean thinking, Ryall concludes, is bringing nurses at Middlemore hospital back to the bedside, and lean thinking is allowing them to do what they had trained to do. “They’re happier, enjoying work and doing more.” Truly, as the sign used to say over the gateway to Dachau concentration camp, work will make you free.
That goes beyond tacky.
Frog blogs (?in support) of a James Hansen who is trying to prosecute CEOs of large oil companies for “crimes against humanity and nature”. And their crimes:
Undermining public understanding about global warming
Is that not the most scary thing you have read? This mad bastard wants to lock up or execute people (normal punishment for crimes against humanity) because they disagree with him on global warming. There are fanatics and there are eco-fascists.
Frog doesn’t offer a view as to whether the Greens support jailing and execution of climate change sceptics.
Whale Oil is detecting some photoshopping amongst Labour.
No Minister notes the irony hypocrisy in the following sentence:
A spokesman for Foreign Minister Winston Peters, said it was of “grave concern” that Shameem and the military were using what appeared to be hacked private emails.
Truly no shame.
Paul Walker looks at some research on campaign finance reform, and how mostly it benefits incumbents.Tags: Brian Kelly, eco-fascism, Frog Blog, Gordon Campbell, hypocrisy, Labour, National, Paul Walker, political finance, Whale Oil, Winston First