Month: October 2011

Gay community cannot redefine marriage

Bob McCoskrie – Dominion Post 26 October 2011 Deborah Russell says the state has no business in the marriage game, but then argues that the state should redefine marriage to allow same-sex marriage. Marriages are a matter of significant public…

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Good-bye Teletubbies (sniff!)

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued a report recommending that children under two have minimal, or no, exposure to screens because they are too young to gain value from what they are viewing. Their position is supported by…

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Proof that it’s working…

From the NZ Herald today One prisoner only – a recidivist robber – has earned the infamy of having a second “strike” to his name since the introduction of the three-strikes system for sexual or violent offences. But 574 others…

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Win-Win for Women and Children

Arizona informed consent and parental notification leads to less abortions CitizenLink 13 Oct 2011 A newly enacted Arizona law appears to be having an immediate — and dramatic — effect on the number of abortions performed statewide. The Abortion Consent…

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Remuera residents now victim of flawed law

NZ Herald 14 Oct 2011 One of Auckland’s most upmarket suburbs is a sex industry hot-spot. Auckland Council has received 23 complaints about brothels located at 12 different Remuera properties in the last two years. The revelation follows the eviction…

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Sure to be happening here as well…

Legal brothels’ sex slavery links The Age (Australia 9 Oct 2011) LEGAL brothels in Victoria and New South Wales are operating unchecked despite police investigations implicating them in human trafficking, sex slavery and organised crime. Two Australian Federal Police investigations…

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