Month: April 2017

Porirua City Council votes to keep shops closed on Easter Sunday

Stuff co.nz 6 April 2017 Family First Comment:”Porirua Deputy Mayor Izzy Ford said it was “awesome” to see the council vote support the majority of the public, who did not want shops to open.” Yep – awesome! #keeptheEasterculture Porirua’s tills…

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Christchurch residents fed up with sex workers on the streets

NZ Herald 6 April 2017 Family First Comment: You have to feel sorry for the poor families living in this area. And anger towards a flawed law which the politicians refuse to admit needs fixing. Disgruntled Christchurch residents are desperate…

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Family First’s PornInquiry on WTV

China TV Network 4 April 2017 National Director Bob McCoskrie is interviewed about the Porn Inquiry petition to be presented to Parliament in April.

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NZ doesn’t want ‘marijuana industry’ – English

NewsHub 3 April 2017 Family First Comment: There’s already a “compassionate” and legal route for patients to get cannabis products – if they need them. “The minister’s just changed the rules so that’s a little bit easier, with the Ministry…

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Gay Loneliness

HighLine – The Huffington Post 2 March 2017 Family First Comment: This is a fascinating read – by a gay man. The argument pushed by the media and political elite is that all the adversity and negative social statistics and…

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Good for Mike Pence wanting to protect his marriage

National Review 30 March 2017 Family First Comment: The media and the left are in an uproar because the Vice President made a decision years ago never to place himself in a compromising situation or place of temptation in order…

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Stoned learner driver who killed motorist is jailed

NZ Herald 31 March 2017 Family First Comment: When they try and tell you that cannabis is just a mellow substance that never harmed or killed anyone, remind them of this tragedy – just one of many. #saynopetodope A learner…

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Abortion: A tragic response to lack of choice

Stuff co.nz 31 March 2017 Family First Comment: An excellent Op-Ed “For all the talk from the Greens, Labour and whoever else decides to throw their hat in, what will full liberalisation look like? Will our laws demand that abortions…

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