Labour’s greatest Prime Minister, Michael Joseph Savage, would be weeping tears of disappointment at Labour Leader Andrew Little’s suggestion that he would use corporate or Chinese money to build infrastructure, according to Democrats for Social Credit Deputy Leader & Finance Spokesman Chris Leitch...
MP Peter Dunne's pathetic remarks regarding people opposing fluoridation when he introduced the Bill aimed at making fluoridation mandatory, again reveal the desperation of those who descend to ridicule when confronted by the massive, well-researched evidence proving that the entire fluoridation a...
Current government moves to hand control of fluoridation to DHBs signals the latest chapter of deceit and deception regarding the addition of a deadly poison to public drinking water supplies, according to Democrats for Social Credit Party health spokesman, David Tranter.
Napier Port directors must lobby government for expansion funding from the Reserve Bank, Democrats for Social Credit Party Leader Stephnie de Ruyter today told a meeting of Hawke’s Bay members in Napier.
In his comment on Bryan Gould’s article on the Reserve Bank, Don Brash continues to perpetuate his “flat earth economics” view of the way the banking system operates.
Labour’s greatest Prime Minister, Michael Joseph Savage, would be weeping tears of disappointment at his party’s feeble attempts to reform the Reserve Bank and tackle the Auckland housing crisis according to Democrats for Social Credit Deputy Leader & Finance Spokesman Chris Leitch.
The Memorandum of Understanding being signed in Whangarei on Monday between the Northland Regional Council and China Rail is bad news for Northland says Democrats for Social Credit Whangarei Candidate & Finance Spokesman Chris Leitch.
The futile role of elected members on DHB boards is again demonstrated by recent events on the West Coast where an elected board member who is a recently retired expert in the mental health field has been attacked for raising concerns in the media about failings in the local mental health service,...
PM Bill English’s pre-emptive strike against the age of eligibility for superannuation reflects a disturbing lack of vision and demonstrates an unrivalled ignorance of the options, according to Stephnie de Ruyter, Leader of the Democrats for Social Credit Party.
Democrats for Social Credit Whangarei Candidate & Finance Spokesman Chris Leitch is calling on Northland Councils to come clean on their dealings with China Rail.