Month: October 2013

Victims of belief in traditional marriage – latest businesses (US)

Crisis Magazine 10 Oct 2013 Christian Wedding Vendors Under Attack In 2006, a noted advocate for traditional marriage, Maggie Gallagher, warned that the legalization of same-sex marriage would lead to constraints on religious freedom. Writing in the Weekly Standard, Gallagher…

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CDHB wary on free morning-after pill plan

Stuff.co 24 October 2013 Making the morning-after pill free to young Kiwi women is being considered to reduce teen pregnancies and abortions. The move, to allow pharmacists to dish out the emergency contraceptive pill (ECP) free to women under the…

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Morning-After Pill Plan Flawed, Undermines Parents

Media Release 24 October 2013 Family First NZ is labelling moves by Pharmac to roll out a nationwide scheme to allow pharmacies to offer the Emergency Contraception Pill free of charge to children as young as 12 as flawed and…

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One innocent life taken is one too many

Jeanette Hall’s Story I Asked To Die In Oregon . . . Twelve Years Later, I Am Happy to be Alive! I live in Oregon where assisted suicide is legal. In 2000, I was diagnosed with cancer and told I…

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Anti-smacking law confirmed as spectacular failure

Child abuse is rising in NZ Stuff.co 23 October 2013 Sixty children a day are being abused, with few signs that New Zealand’s appalling record of caring for our young is improving. Latest figures show there were 21,778 substantiated child…

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Overseas Experience Sends Clear Warning on Euthanasia

Media Release 23 Oct 2013 A report just released by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada says that international evidence shows that deaths by assisted suicide and euthanasia have been increasing wherever the practices have been legalised, and that…

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You won’t see this study reported in NZ

Children who spend time in nurseries ‘more likely to develop behavioural problems’ The Telegraph 16 October 2013 Academics at Oxford University discovered that exposure to some forms of early   education contributed to bad behaviour and could be linked to emotional  …

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Add euthanasia – and an environment to further the abuse!

Age groups want watchdog on abuse NZ Herald 21 October 2013 The Government has been urged to create a new aged care watchdog with legal power to tackle the rising incidence of financial abuse of vulnerable elderly people. Grey Power…

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