Napier Conservative Party Candidate Garth McVicar is accusing a Judge of forgetting that he is the gate-keeper for the community and not a benevolent caregiver for law breakers. "The comments by this Judge are not just alarming, they're completely bonkers," Mr McVicar says.
Garth McVicar, who recently resigned as spokesman for the Sensible Sentencing Trust to stand as the Conservative Party candidate for Napier is commenting on a Judges remarks when sentencing a woman caught dr...
More good news this week with our highest polling result to date (3.4% as published by Fairfax today). On this poll we are in fourth place level with New Zealand First. We are now showing very good momentum, and maintaining that momentum will give us great success on election day.
The recent announcements of high profile New Zealanders standing including Mrs Christine Rankin, and Mr Garth McVicar, along with meetings up and down the country, are starting to make a d...
Sensible Sentencing Trust spokesman Garth McVicar has today announced his intention to stand as the Conservative Party Candidate for the Napier Electorate.
The straight talking Hawkes Bay farmer is known throughout New Zealand as a tough advocate for law and order, with the courage to stand up for decent kiwis.
Not afraid to take on the system, Garth brings the common sense, decency, and family values that mark him out as a great Conservative Party ca...
Since the Conservative Party Campaign Launch in early July, membership has flooded in and the Party now has now over seven thousand members and supporters.
" We have been inundated with new members who have seen our newspaper ads and leaflets and like what we stand for “ says Christine Rankin CEO and newly elected candidate for Epsom.
“We have momentum, we have huge support and we are gaining members at almost a hundred a day, ordinary Kiwi’s who want to be...
“The only question the Judge needed to answer was, ‘If Stephen Dudley hadn’t been assaulted would he be alive today”? The obvious answer to that is yes, the only logical decision should have been a conviction," says Conservative Party Justice Spokesperson Garth McVicar.
"The decision by Justice Helen Winkelman to grant a discharge without conviction against the person who confessed to the fatal attack upon West Auckland school boy Stephen Dudley is a moral and leg...
Christine Rankin, The Battle for Epsom
5 August 2014
You know youâ€™re making waves when thereâ€™s a cartoon about your standing for Epsom. Good one Christine!
High profile New Zealander Christine Rankin has today announced her intention to stand for the Epsom electorate.
Following much speculation in the wake of the recent Conservative Party launch, Christine has confirmed that she is fighting fit and ready to stand for a strong Conservative Government that listens to the people.
“Epsom needs a strong voice, and National needs the Conservatives to give them a backbone, and keep them on a short leash,” Mrs Rankin sa...
$20,000 TAX FREE
21 July 2014
In Wellington theyâ€™ve always got some hairbrained scheme in
mind to spend your money. Seems like only yesterday that the
honourable member for Wainuiomata thought it might be a
top idea to reincarnate the Moa.
The only other reason we need to pay so much tax is to fund the Governmentâ€™s vote buying programme; which clearly is proving to be more expensive than first thought. This is where they try and turn as many hardworking kiwi families as possible into beneficiaries.
It doesn't get any more cynical.
Donâ€™t let anyone tell you we canâ€™t afford a tax cut. Especially if theyâ€™re from Wellington. Itâ€™s not their money. The Government just needs to stop spending our wages and salaries like drunken sailors. Bit of a tip - itâ€™d be cheaper, not to mention more transparent, to just tax us all less in the first place.
So thatâ€™s the plan.
If for example you were earning $20,000 per year, youâ€™d pay no tax, and be $2520 better off. Thatâ€™s nearly $50 a week in your back pocket. After that everyone pays a flat tax.
Real money in the hands of those that need it and know what to do with it. Letting anyone else spend it is just lunacy.
ONE LAW TO RULE US ALL
14 July 2014
The fact that in this day and age Maori are treated as 2nd class
citizens and victims drives us nuts.
Since 1867 Maori have been segregated by special laws and separate seats in Parliament, and howâ€™s that worked out do you think?
Exactly. No good has, or will come from using a race based system to govern. Nor incidentally, does it come from repeating mistakes.
Einstein once defined insanity as doing the same old thing over and over, but expecting a different result. Our wild and crazy thought?
Try something new.
Itâ€™s time to bring closure to the claims process and look to the future.
We stand for equal rights and representation for all New Zealanders, plain and simple.
Letâ€™s change a broken system.
Nothing loony about that.
05 July 2014
Call us crazy, but the way we see it a politicianâ€™s job â€¨is to follow the instructions voters give them. If weâ€™re elected itâ€™ll be because you wanted us to give the Government a backbone - to insist they reform the justice system as you instructed. We want justice for victims of crime and harsher penalties for those who do the crime. How loony is that?
Criminals will be made to do hard work; thereâ€™ll be no time to moan about being hard done by. But itâ€™s not just us calling for tougher sentencing; over 90% of you instructed the Government - via a referendum - to harden up on criminals. You were ignored.
If youâ€™ve had enough of this arrogant and toxic behaviour from politicians - itâ€™s time to show them the yellow card.
On our watch referendums will be binding, justiceâ€¨will prevail. Anything else is just plain silly.