McBlog with Bob McCoskrie

Watch Bob McCoskrie’s ‘bite-sized’ McBlog videos, where he discusses the latest issues to do with media, politics, family issues, gender ideology, and important social debates. Expect Bob to pull no punches as he digs into the issues that matter. Watch McBlog on all the main social and digital platforms. 

McBLOG - What Chris said in the 2nd debate

McBLOG: What Chris said in the 2nd debate

Last week was the 2nd Leader’s Debate between Prime Minister Chris Hipkins and the person who wants to be the next Prime Minister Christopher Luxon. ...
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McBLOG: Only the man would defend women

McBLOG: Only the man would defend women

A recent TVNZ debate for young voters featured six panelists (including four current MPs). Just one of the panelists was male. But it was the ...
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McBLOG - Radical abortion group highlights who NOT to vote for

McBLOG: Radical abortion group highlights who NOT to vote for

ALRANZ (Abortion Rights Aotearoa) are a tiny activist group that are radically pro-abortion and have an American activist as their leader. They've released their list ...
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McBLOG - The Governments trans role model for your 9 yo

McBLOG: The Government’s trans ‘role model’ for your 9 y/o

One of the books that the Ministry of Education and Family Planning recommend for your 9 year old to read as part of the RSE ...
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McBLOG - US Catholic School sexuality & gender guidelines should surprise no-one

McBLOG: US Catholic School sexuality & gender guidelines should surprise no-one

Over 100 Catholic schools in Cleveland (USA) have set out clear guidelines for sexuality and gender based on Catholic teaching – and they should be ...
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McBLOG - Some interesting answers from Chris

McBLOG: Some interesting answers from Chris

Chris vs Chris - National party leader Chris Luxon vs Prime Minister and Labour leader Chris Hipkins in the first Leaders Debate. But who won ...
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McBLOG - Voice To Parliament (Australia) will divide not unite - John Anderson

McBLOG: Voice To Parliament (Australia) will divide, not unite – John Anderson

On the same day as our General Election here in New Zealand, Australians will also be going to the polling booth to have their say ...
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McBLOG - Mum speaks up for fairness in sports taken to court

McBLOG: Mum speaks up for fairness in sports taken to court

Australian Kirralie Smith is a passionate wife and mother who challenges Australia’s political leaders to protect children, parents’ rights, women’s spaces and services, sport, the ...
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McBLOG - TVNZ Vote Compass

McBLOG: TVNZ’s ‘Vote Compass’ & its bias

TVNZ has just launched its voting tool to help you see which political party you may align with. But rather than being a sharp tool ...
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McBLOG - Will we see this documentary in New Zealand

McBLOG: Will we see this documentary in New Zealand?

Australia's 7News called it “the most controversial story of the year as Spotlight uncovers the irreparable damage being visited on a generation of confused kids ...
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McBLOG - Did Chris Hipkins just seal his demise

McBLOG: Did Chris Hipkins just seal his demise?

“There was no compulsory vaccination” ... Hmm, I have a feeling that with that one statement Prime Minister Chris Hipkins just all but confirmed his ...
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McBLOG - The public view of gender ideology that the media won't share

McBLOG: The public view of gender ideology that the media won’t share

What do Kiwis think about gender ideology? In schools, in sports, getting teachers deregistered because they won’t use preferred pronouns and tell a biological lie, ...
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McBLOG - Labour female politicians struggle to define woman

McBLOG: Labour female politicians struggle to define woman

Over the last week, there have been two Labour politicians who have struggled to define or understand what a woman is – one an ex-Prime ...
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Fathers Matter

Why Fathers matter, on Father’s Day and year round

It's Father's Day this Sunday. Fathers matter, on Father's Day and year round. Here's a special message for Father's Day (previously released in 2021) - a short message ...
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McBLOG - Meet Canadian pro-lifer Quiana

McBLOG: Meet Canadian pro-lifer Quiana

Quiana Casamayor is from the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform. Having started in the pro-life movement as volunteer herself, she now equips volunteers with the ...
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McBLOG - Waaaay way beyond the birds and the bees

McBLOG: Waaaay way beyond the birds and the bees

There’s a new government-funded app out called "Te Puāwaitanga: Beyond the Birds and Bees", and you should tread very carefully before allowing your child to ...
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McBLOG - Chris Hipkin's divisive speech on unity

McBLOG: Chris Hipkins’ divisive speech on “unity”

Chris Hipkins turned up to do a speech yesterday. It was supposed to be about 'unity' and refusing to talk about the so-called 'culture wars'. ...
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McBLOG - Protecting kids from drag queens isnt vilification

McBLOG: Protecting kids from drag queens isn’t “vilification” (Australia)

In early 2020, two drag queens sued Australian family advocate Lyle Shelton for “vilification”. His alleged crime was to write a blog that highlighted that ...
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McBLOG - Media excited about marriage

McBLOG: Media excited about marriage?

Last week the media were talking about something they don’t normally talk about – marriage. So what was it that got the media so excited ...
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McBLOG: Transgender agenda on the campaign trail

McBLOG: Transgender agenda on the campaign trail

Political leaders are suddenly talking about gender on the campaign trail. In fact, some political leaders who support gender ideology are suddenly questioning gender ideology. ...
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McBLOG - Check out our new voting guide just released

McBLOG: Check out our new voting guide just released

Value Your Vote - Election 2023 is here. Our Value Your Vote resource will help you vote for candidates and parties that share your values.
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McBLOG - Nicola Willis decisive indecisiveness

McBLOG: Nicola Willis’ decisive indecisiveness

The deputy leader of the National party made some encouraging remarks recently about the role of parents in sexuality education and where the school fits ...
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McBLOG - United they stand

McBLOG: United they stand, divided they…

There’s quite a line up of conservative-leaning minor parties that want your vote at the General Election. What happens if you like them all but ...
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McBLOG: The overreach of ‘hate speech’ laws

If you’re concerned about the overreach of hate speech laws, then you only need to look overseas to see that your fears are quite legitimate.
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McBLOG- Euthanasia threat for the disabled

McBLOG: Euthanasia threat for the disabled

So what happens when you combine disability, cost and euthanasia. You only need to look at Canada to see where we may be headed, and ...
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McBLOG - A celebrity finds his backbone on gender ideology

McBLOG: A celebrity finds his backbone on gender ideology

Ne-Yo is a 43 year old Grammy-winning American singer, songwriter, actor, dancer, and record producer. He recently shared his thoughts on gender identity where he ...
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McBLOG - Ban on cellphones in schools a good policy

McBLOG: Ban on cellphones in schools a good policy

It may just be that the National party have been watching StraightTalk – our live current affairs show on Monday night. That’s because we stated ...
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McBLOG: Almost-Snow White and er… only 1 dwarf?

Disney’s live-action remake of its 1937 animated classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, where Snow White isn't strictly Snow White, and there's only 1 ...
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McBLOG - Social conservatives are happier & healthier

McBLOG: Social conservatives are happier & healthier

New surveys in the USA show that high school boys are trending conservative. High school girls are becoming more socially liberal. However, that all changes ...
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McBLOG: Banking on wokeness & cancel culture

It’s pretty hard to do life without a bank account. With our move to a cashless world, having a bank account has become an essential ...
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McBLOG - The legacy of the anti-smacking law is clear to see

McBLOG: The legacy of the anti-smacking law is clear to see

"School violence on the rise: Thousands of students stood-down or suspended for physically assaulting peers each year." Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be. Children born ...
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Who needs hate speech laws when we have the NZ media

McBlog: Who needs ‘hate speech’ laws when we have the NZ media

In a disturbing display of media censorship in New Zealand, the major daily newspapers have banded together to pull a full page advertisement at the ...
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McBLOG - Mum's the word

McBLOG: Mum’s the word!

Parents are starting to speak up and get actively involved in the process in order to protect children from the extreme sexuality and gender ideology. ...
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McBLOG - WHO loves transing the children

McBLOG: The WHO loves “transing” the children

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is preparing its first ever global guideline on “transgender” medical protocols to fight the rapid spread of bans and restrictions ...
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McBLOG - Turfing out woke companies

McBLOG: Turfing out woke companies

Spark and ONE NZ (formerly Vodafone) decided to align themselves with activist Shaneel Lal to disparage “TERFS” – women who believe in biology and that ...
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McBLOG - US Supreme Court backs freedom of conscience

McBLOG: US Supreme Court backs freedom of conscience

The US Supreme Court held that the government cannot force you to say or produce something that violates your religious beliefs. The decision was another ...
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McBLOG - Sound Of Freedom

McBLOG: Go to see “Sound Of Freedom”

"Sound of Freedom" was America’s #1 movie on Independence Day. It sounds like an amazing movie – but the mainstream media don’t seem to like ...
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Family First is a grassroots movement that quickly became a household name

FAMILY FIRST: We’re still here!

Family First is a grassroots movement that quickly became a household name since its launch in 2006. Despite attempts by the Government to shut us ...
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McBLOG- Hungary pushes back on the LGBT agenda

McBLOG: Hungary pushes back on the LGBT agenda

The US, UN and EU are all desperate to push a radical sexuality and gender ideology on countries throughout the world. Fortunately many countries are ...
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McBLOG - Teachers must lie - or lose career

McBLOG: Teachers must lie – or lose career

A NZ high school teacher has had his teaching registration cancelled and has lost his career after he refused to use the preferred pronouns and ...
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You can change the sex on your birth certificate

McBLOG: Biology is now optional at birth

You can change the sex on your birth certificate based on feelings & self-identity – not biological reality. We check out the new law and ...
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McBlog - Testimonies of gender ideology harm

McBLOG: Testimonies of gender ideology harm

More and more testimonies are surfacing from both teenagers and from parents affected by gender ideology. Today we hear from a mother, and from a ...
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250th episode of McBlog

McBLOG: It’s our 250th episode!

It’s our 250th episode of McBlog. On the 16th November 2021, we launched this regular almost-daily commentary on current social and family issues, and the ...
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McBLOG - The cognitive dissonance of Luxons abortion views

McBLOG: The cognitive dissonance of Luxon’s abortion views

National leader Christopher Luxon believes that abortion is tantamount to murder - but he has pledged that he will not touch the law if he ...
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McBLOG - Oxfam blasted for wokeness

McBLOG: Oxfam blasted for wokeness

Oxfam have entered the new religion of wokeness by pushing an extreme sexuality and gender ideology video, and have quickly alienated many of their supporters.
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