Month: May 2014

Remembering Reimer: Boys shouldn’t be raised as girls

LifeSiteNews 7 May 2014 Ten years ago David Reimer, 38, parked his truck at a local shopping center, put a sawed-off shotgun to his head, and pulled the trigger. His tragic death emphasized the total failure of one of the…

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NZ govt spent $19m to kill 14,745 babies in abortions

LifeNews 6 May 2014 Ken Orr is the spokesman for Right to Life of New Zealand. Why are we funding the Killing of our own Children? Why are we paying for the funding of the killing of our precious unborn…

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Undecided Voters Influenced by Smacking Policy

Media Release 8 May 2014 SMACKING LAW STILL STRONGLY REJECTED – POLL A poll has found that more than one in four (27%) undecided voters say they are more likely to vote for a party pledging to amend the anti-smacking…

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Fears for schools if fees ruled out

Stuff co.nz 5 May 2014 A ruling ordering a school to stop illegally charging parents for extras has prompted education leaders to warn the education system will fail if schools are reprimanded for collecting donations and fees. A secondary school…

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Marriage figures drop, a ‘warning bell’ raised

NZ Herald 5 May 2014 Our changing modern society is behind the dramatic drop in the number of New Zealanders tying the knot, and getting divorced, relationship experts say. Statistics NZ figures released today showed 19,237 marriages were registered to…

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Weakening Marriage Rates Will Weaken Families

Media Release 5 May 2014 Family First NZ says that the latest statistics on marriage are a warning bell that we ignore the benefits of marriage at our peril as a society. “Marriage has been impacted by confusion over the…

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Letter to the Member in charge of the Statutes Amendment Bill (No 4)

5 May 2014 Hon Chester Borrows Member in charge – Statutes Amendment Bill (No 4) Parliament Buildings FREEPOST Wellington Cc: Chairperson of the Government Administration Committee – Ruth Dyson Dear Mr Borrows We would like to bring to your attention…

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Labour MP Pushing Controversial “Bathroom Bill”

Media Release 4 May 2014 Family First says that a Labour MP is trying to introduce a highly controversial piece of legislation through Parliament in a way that avoids the public debate and focus that it deserves. “The controversial proposal…

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