Month: June 2018

Euthanasia bill should not go ahead: law firm

NewsRoom 29 June 2018 Family First Comment: Yep www.Protect.org.nz Ahead of a five-part series examining submissions on the End of Life Choice Bill, Jeremy Rees takes a look at a group that argues the Bill is in no shape to…

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President Donald Trump: Unborn Babies Have a “Basic and Fundamental Human Right, the Right to Life”

LifeNews 28 June 2018 Family First Comment: What a refreshing contrast to the previous President, and to the alternate candidate Hillary Clinton! “We all have a duty to defend the most basic and fundamental human right — the right to…

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Government’s Loan Shark Measures Welcomed

Media Release 27 June 2018 Family First NZ is welcoming the Government’s proposed measures to protect vulnerable families from loan sharks, and says the measures are well overdue. “Vulnerable families are falling victim to exorbitant interest rates and draconian penalty…

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Lee Suckling: Throuples: The truth about three-person relationships

NZ Herald 27 June 2018 Family First Comment: And so the groundwork of preparing society for group ‘marriage’ continues! This time in the NZ Herald… “As I said, three-person relationships, when consensual, are just as legitimate as any other. They…

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Tattooist fined after inking minor without parents’ permission – but abortions are fine.

Auckland tattoo artist fined after inking minor without parents’ permission NZ Herald 25 June 2018 Family First Comment: “Auckland Council solicitor Vivian-Lee Rewi charged Vandenberg with failing to obtain written permission from a parent or guardian for a person under…

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Women allowed to bar trans people from female-only toilets (UK)

Daily Mail 25 June 2018 Family First Comment: Finally some politicians with some common sense. Women will continue to have the right to exclude transgender people from female-only changing rooms, lavatories and swimming sessions, ministers have pledged. In an apparent…

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Younger kids facing exclusion and suspension from school

Stuff co.nz 25 June 2018 Family First Comment: Gee. Wonder why? Could it have anything to do with a culture of children’s ‘rights’ while undermining the parental role and authority, and feeding the culture with unrestricted access to excessively violent…

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Editorial: When freedom to take a photo over-steps the bounds

Wanganui Chronicle 23 June 2018 Family First Comment: Family First argues that children have a right to privacy. “Most parents,” says Family First’s national director Bob McCoskrie, “would find it unacceptable for a total stranger to be taking secret photos…

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