Month: April 2014

Why men must speak up on abortion

LifeNews 29 April 2014 A small group of college girls sit on the floor doing what girls love to do most: talk. Two of the students are pregnant, and conversation centers on the options before them, including abortion. Suddenly, a…

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Well said – “Dunne drops synthetic ball”

Editorial: Dunne drops synthetics ball Stuff co.nz 29 April 2014 After months of telling everyone exactly how and why a ban on synthetic cannabis would not work, Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne has announced a ban on synthetic cannabis. As…

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Lesbian ‘throuple’ proves Scalia right on slippery slopes

Washington Times 25 April 2014 A lesbian trio, have declared themselves the world’s first “throuple”. The Massachusetts women claim to be “married” and await their first child. Massachusetts doesn’t recognize “throuple marriage” yet, but the year is young. When the U.S. Supreme…

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‘Too much’ childcare takes toll on learning

The Australian 28 April 2014 Children who spend more than 21 hours a week in long daycare are at greater risk of performing below average in maths, literacy and overall academic achievement, a new study finds. The Australian National University…

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Gender Confusion in the Bathroom: Victims Respond

A Colorado (USA) high school has allowed a biological boy to use the girls’ bathroom. Pacific Justice Institute stepped in to protect the privacy of these young girls. This video highlights some of the victims of this school’s reprehensible actions.…

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The wacky world of social engineering.

Married lesbian threesome expecting their first baby in July Mail Online 23 April 2014 The world’s only ‘married’ lesbian threesome are expecting their first child. Doll, Kitten and Brynn, from Massachusetts, were joined together in a marriage-style ceremony last August…

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No minimum price for alcohol

Stuff.co.nz 24 April 2014 Minimum pricing on alcohol will not get the green light, Justice Minister Judith Collins says. She said such a policy would “hit moderate drinkers in the pocket”. The Government had signalled it was not keen on…

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Even more evidence of harms of marijuana

Pot smokers at risk of deadly heart problems – research NZ Herald 24 April 2014 Young adults who smoke marijuana may be at risk for serious or even fatal heart problems, according to a study by French researchers. The findings…

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15 years to prove what we already knew

Drinking age linked to rise in crash risk NZ Herald 24 April 2014 Lowering the alcohol purchase age has been linked to a long-term increase in the chance of drunk drivers aged 18 or 19 being involved in car crashes…

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Easter trading: 18 complaints, no prosecutions

NZ Herald 22 April 2014 Eighteen complaints were made about businesses flouting Easter Weekend trading laws this year, but none will be prosecuted. A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Business, Employment and Innovation (MBIE), the Government department responsible for administering…

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