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@nzlabour – wanted by the sugar police

March 6, 2016

As the New Zealand Medical Association has pointed out tackling obesity needs to be embedded in everything, from new buildings to school classrooms…

The food industry needs a rev up as well. There’s no reason manufacturers couldn’t already have been reducing sugar and saturated fat in process food. That shows there needs to be some very strong directives from the Government.
Andrew Little, Leader of the Opposition, 19 October 2015

I’m really concerned that we’ve wasted eight years in terms of doing anything about obesity since the government’s been in after they cancelled all programmes, and what they have put in place is timid. They are not treating obesity with the seriousness that they ought to.

They’ve got to a bind now it’s hard to get out of without looking like nanny-state. They’ve got to get over themselves and think about the health of New Zealanders rather than their own political backsides.
Labour Party health spokesperson Annette King, 11 December 2015


Once again, few are shot by police if they are unarmed, much less with their hands in the air and not offering resistance. A leading cause of death of unarmed civilians is stray bullets. The lesson there is do not travel in cars or live with armed criminals. Source: Investigation: People shot and killed by …

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Originally posted on Satire .. not quite dead yet.:
Left-wing People In The Olden Days Left-wing people used to like working-class people. Lots of left-wing people used to be working-class people. These people were known as socialists and joined trade unions. Sometimes working-class people used to frighten left-wing people, but they pretended that they weren’t frightened…

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Truth on the Market UCLA economist Earl Thompson passed away Thursday.  Earl was a beloved figure in the economics department.  I came to UCLA a bit late in the game to experience the years when his presence was largest, though I had the pleasure of speaking with him on a number of occasions and he …

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