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Rodney Hide on the opportunity cost of compulsory te reo
Rodney Hide writes: I would love to be able to speak te reo fluently. I would also like to play the violin, solve Einstein’s field equations and run a sub-three hour marathon. I can’t do any of these things. It’s not that I am lazy. It’s that I am busy. I figure the reward wouldn’t […]











Hide on the left
Rodney Hide writes: What ails the left? They lack puff and policy. They were once vibrant, challenging and full of ideas. The right were the dreary, backward-looking ones. The left now suffer from closed minds and moral smugness. They are moribund and backward-looking. They run from ideas. Opposing philosophies distress them. They pillory dissenters as […]











Hide on Morgan
Rodney Hide looks at what Gareth Morgan said is the TOP way of talking politics: •”Be nice”; •”talk ideas and policy, not personality”; •”stick to the evidence”; •”avoid name-calling”. And then Rodney looks at how Gareth demonstrates these principles on Twitter: To Tessa Burrows: “Pse have the self control to read & comprehend b4 u […]











Hide says List MPs become too powerful if they can’t be replaced
Rodney Hide writes: Former Clerk of the House David McGee is recommending that resigning list MPs not be replaced by the next willing candidate on their party list. He is suggesting the change to discourage MPs slipping in and out of Parliament outside of an election. With trepidation I suggest McGee is wrong. I hesitate […]














 
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