Month: June 2018

Paul Moon: Human Rights move endangers our free speech

NZ Herald 4 June 2018 Family First Comment: A superb article again from Professor Paul Moon – well worth reading in full, and confirming why the Human Rights Commission is anything but human rights (as we all now know)…. “There…

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Three strikes law supported by 68 per cent of Kiwis, survey finds

NZ Herald 2 June 2018 Third-strike offenders have an average of 63 criminal convictions and 68 per cent of Kiwis approve of the hardline policy, according to a new survey. Under the “Third Strikes” law, a person who has three…

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Is ‘Sex Work’ Pro-Woman?

American Thinker 1 June 2018 Family First Comment: Of course not. The evidence is overwhelming that it’s not “Sex work” advocates promote prostitution as a legitimate occupational choice for women. Leftist activists equate sex work with workers’ and women’s rights.…

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We’re told we are a burden. No wonder disabled people fear assisted suicide

The Guardian 1 June 2018 Family First Comment: “Opposition to assisted suicide – also called assisted dying – is characterised as being the preserve of the religious, stuffy and outdated, like religious opposition to gay marriage and abortion. In reality,…

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Labour & NZ First Voters Strongly Support Three Strikes Law – Poll

Media Release 2 June 2018 Family First NZ says an independent nationwide poll showing two out of three New Zealanders support the Three Strikes Law confirms that the Labour government has no public mandate for scrapping it, and that the…

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More Drivers Killed Under the Influence of Drugs Than Alcohol

US News 31 May 2018 Family First Comment: Another reason not to go soft on drugs. Protecting lives! “If use is up, use by drivers is up,” author of the study Jim Hedlund says. Hedlund attributes the decline in alcohol-related…

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