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  • Ten Universal Principles: A Brief Philosophy of the Life Issues. This book is concerned with: How do we make sense of life? How should we treat others? How should we reasonably be expected to be treated by others? When human life is at stake, are there reasonable principles we can rely on to guide our actions?
  • Same-Sex Marriage: Dangers, Difficulties, Deceptions
  • "Really a Choice?' is a Factazine that explores the effects and consequences of women in society who experience unplanned pregnancy, abortion and associated health issues.
  • You're Teaching My Child What?- A psychiatrist exposes the harm done to children in the name of sex education.
  • Architects of the Culture of Death
  • Economies Rise and Fall with the Family
  • Palliative Care and Compassion. Adding palliative care early to patients’ standard regimens not only improves their quality of life but lengthens their life as well
  • Redeeming a Father's Heart: Men Share Powerful Stories of Abortion Loss and Recovery
  • Mugged by Ultrasound Why so many abortion workers have turned pro-life.
  • Secret Journey
  • Girls and Gardasil: the protection game - A mother and public health student offers ten reasons not to vaccinate children against a sexually transmitted disease
  • Cardinal Rigali: "Contraception and Abortion" Have Created a "Cultural Hostility to Children"
  • The Insanity of Same-Sex Parenting
  • Youtube censors prolife videos
  • On the Demise of Fatherhood
  • Rejecting Men, Embracing Children. Helen Alvaré's article can best be summed up by her quote "We should 'do something' about nonmarital childbearing". Here she brings some insight to a growing problem which is embedded in not only US but also NZ culture
  • Throwing oil on the blaze of teenage sex
  • A Really Long Post About Abortion and Reasoning By Historical Analogy That is Going to Make Virtually All of My Readers Very Angry At Me
  • Love is not enough. Mothers and fathers are not interchangeable. Children need the love of both.
  • 49 Million to 5: In the wake of the shooting of late-term abortionist George Tiller, President Barack Obama sent out a welcome message that this nation would not tolerate attacks on pro-lifers or any other Americans because of their religion or beliefs. Ha ha! Just kidding
  • Secretary of State Clinton Admits Obama will Work to Dismantle Abortion Laws around the World
  • The Problem of Evil
  • Abortion None of Your Business
  • Sweden Rules Gender-Selective Abortions Legal
  • Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

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    How Much Did Abortion Supervisory Committee Know About Suspened Doctor?

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    21 April 2014

    Secretary,

    Abortion Supervisory Committee,

    Dear Ms Williams

    Doctor Found Guilty of Professional Misconduct

    A doctor called Dr N, was recently found guilty of professional misconduct by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal for breaches of the Contraception Sterilisation and Abortion Act 1977. She was also found guilty of prescribing the drug Misoprostol unlawfully to four women for the purpose of terminating the lives of their unborn children. Doctor N has been granted permanent name suppression by the High Court. The case is reported on the web site of the Tribunal under recent decisions and is numbered Medical 12/224P.

    The Tribunal suspended Dr N from practicing for six months last year and imposed a number of other requirements concerning the conduct of her practice. The Tribunal found that the doctor had acted unlawfully in breach of the Contraception Sterilisation Act 1977. The Act requires that abortions may be authorised by two certifying consultants appointed by the Abortion Supervisory Committee and that pregnancy counselling be available and offered. The law also requires that abortions take place only in a facility licensed to perform abortions. These requirements are there to protect the health and welfare of women and to protect the right to life of unborn children. Continue reading How Much Did Abortion Supervisory Committee Know About Suspened Doctor?

    Same Sex Marriage – The Goal Isn’t Equality, It’s the Abolishing of an Institution

    The Following post by Stella Morabito on The Federalist website explains what’s really going on behind the push for same sex marriage.

    Bait and Switch: How Same Sex Marriage Ends Family Autonomy

    Abolishing all civil marriage is the primary goal of the elites who have been pushing same sex marriage. The scheme called “marriage equality” is not an end in itself, and never really has been. The LGBT agenda has spawned too many other disparate agendas hostile to the existence of marriage, making marriage “unsustainable,” if you will. By now we should be able to hear the growing drumbeat to abolish civil marriage, as well as to legalize polygamy and all manner of reproductive technologies.

    Consider also the breakneck speed at which the push for same sex marriage has been happening recently. The agenda’s advocates have been very methodical in their organization, disciplined in their timing, flush with money, in control of all information outlets, including media, Hollywood, and academia. And perhaps most telling is the smearing of any dissenter in the public square, a stigma made de rigueur by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in his animus-soaked opinion that repealed the Defense of Marriage Act.

    We’ve seen also how the Obama Administration’s push for same sex marriage has occurred in lockstep with policies that are hostile to marriage, such as the severe marriage penalty written into Obamacare.

    Continue reading Same Sex Marriage — The Goal Isn’t Equality, It’s the Abolishing of an Institution

    Abortion Supervisory Committee Asked Important Questions Concerning Doctor’s Professional Misconduct

    Secretary,

    Abortion Supervisory Committee,

    Dear Ms Williams

    Doctor Found Guilty of Professional Misconduct

    A doctor called Dr N, was recently found guilty of professional misconduct by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal for breaches of the Contraception Sterilisation and Abortion Act 1977. She was also found guilty of prescribing the drug Misoprostol unlawfully to four women for the purpose of terminating the lives of their unborn children. Doctor N has been granted permanent name suppression by the High Court. The case is reported on the web site of the Tribunal under recent decisions and is numbered Medical 12/224P. Continue reading Abortion Supervisory Committee Asked Important Questions Concerning Doctor’s Professional Misconduct

    ALRANZ Supports Suspended Doctor and Unlawful Abortions

    Media Release Sunday 20th April 2014

    Why does ALRANZ Support Violence Against Women?

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    Sabrina Muck, a spokesperson for the Abortion Law Reform Association made  a media release on 16th April following the suspension of a rural doctor known as Dr N, by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal. The doctor had been found guilty of professional misconduct for prescribing the dangerous drug Misoprostol to four women for the purpose of procuring an unlawful abortion.

    The professional misconduct was very serious and endangered the health and lives of the four desperate women. The women were not offered counselling. They were not warned of the potential complications that could result, for example a loss of blood that might require hospitalisation and a transfusion. If an abortion did occur it may not be complete and the women would require hospitalisation. At least one of the patients did not have a clinical examination. The prescribing was kept secret with the doctor not recording on the patient’s notes, her unlawful actions. Continue reading ALRANZ Supports Suspended Doctor and Unlawful Abortions

    Protecting the First “Little Platoon”

    Society needs family values – but not the faith they are based on? Where a liberal proposal falls down.

    This post by Bryce J. Christensen a writer for the MercatorNet website comments on the findings ofpartisan liberal’ Jonathan Haidt in his book The Righteous Mind –Why good people are separated by politics and religion.

    Some interesting observations by Christensen in this post include;

    Haidt introduces the pivotal distinction between a moral perspective that is “sociocentric . . . placing the needs of groups and institutions first, and subordinating the needs of individuals” and a moral perspective that is “individualistic . . . at the center and makes society a servant of the individual.” The consequences of this profound distinction will matter a great deal to readers who cherish the family as the most immediate and important “little platoon.”

    Haidt has established through survey research that conservatives understand the moral views of liberals much better than liberals understand the moral concerns of conservatives. 

    Haidt points out, the “strong safety nets” provided by such government programs are “not sociocentric”: “They just do a very good job of protecting individuals from the vicissitudes of life.”

    Read the full article at MercatorNet

    Ariana’s Story

    “Give your baby a future” – choose life.

    The following is a true story of the destructive nature of abortion. It is from the Voice For Life website.

    This young women is one of countless thousands who have been damaged by abortion. Her courage to speak out may lead to the bursting of the bubble of denial that abortion really harms every woman who has one… Reads..

    Watch Kiwi mum and daughter, Hillary and Ariana, share their story below about how a secret underage abortion caused great harm to their family – and almost cost them their precious daughter.

    Seeking help, support or more information? Be informed.

    Read the full story and watch the video of Ariana’s experience of abortion on the Voice for Life website.

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    Doctor Who Procured Four Abortions Acted Unlawfully – Justice Has Not Been done?

    Media Release 16th April 2014

    Right to Life asks why a doctor who has committed a serious crime has not been brought before the Court? 

    The doctor called Dr N was found guilty of professional misconduct by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal for breaches of the Contraception Sterilisation and Abortion Act 1977, and for prescribing the drug Misoprostol unlawfully to four women for the purpose of terminating the lives of their unborn children. The drug acts by causing uterine contractions resulting in the death of the child in the womb. Doctor N has been granted permanent name suppression by the High Court.

    The Tribunal suspended Dr N from practicing for six months last year and imposed a number of other requirements concerning the conduct of her practice. The Tribunal found that the doctor had acted unlawfully in breach of the Contraception Sterilisation Act 1977. The Act requires that abortions may be authorised by two certifying consultants appointed by the Abortion Supervisory Committee and that pregnancy counselling be available and offered. The law also requires that abortions take place only in a facility licensed to perform abortions. These requirements are there to protect the health and welfare of women and to protect the right to life of unborn children.

    Continue reading Doctor Who Procured Four Abortions Acted Unlawfully – Justice Has Not Been done?

    Waikato District Health Board Defends Violence Against Women and the Killing of the Unborn

    Media Release 15th April 2014

    Right to Life commends the courageous defenders of life who gather each Friday outside the Thames Hospital. They give witness to the sanctity of life of the unborn, who are being brought to the Hospital to have their lives violently terminated. They also pray for the mothers who are the second victims of abortion and for the hospital staff, that they will follow their conscience and refuse to have the blood of the innocent on their hands.

    It is disappointing that Jacquie Mitchell (pictured), the manager of the Thames Hospital accuses those giving witness of harassment and  claims that “the abortions are being performed for the right reasons.” There were 407 children who were killed at the Thames Hospital in 2012. There are no good and right reasons for killing a child before it is born. Those who engage in peaceful, prayerful vigils are exercising their right to free speech and assembly; this is not harassment. The manager is trying to create an aura of normality around abortion as though it is a normal and an acceptable part of our health service. It is not; it is violence against women and fatal violence against their precious unborn. Abortion has no place in our health service and it has no place in the Thames Hospital. Abortion is the only procedure where two patients enter a hospital and only one comes out.

    Continue reading Waikato District Health Board Defends Violence Against Women and the Killing of the Unborn

    Nigel Latta Asked to Join the Dots Connecting Child Abuse and Abortion

    10 April 2014

    Mr Nigel Latta

    Goldfish Wisdom Ltd..

    Auckland 1446.

    Dear Mr Latta

    Association of Abortion and Child Abuse

    I wrote to you on 26 November 2012, concerning the link between abortion and child abuse. Having not received a reply I wrote to you again on 15 April 2013. It is nearly fifteen months since I first wrote to you. I appreciate that you are very busy with your business, however it is extremely disappointing that you have not seen fit to respond to my correspondence.

    Child abuse is a burden on the conscience of the nation. Right to Life is totally opposed to child abuse and we will continue to work to alert our community into the link between abortion and child abuse, for the killing of the child in the womb is the ultimate child abuse.

    Continue reading Nigel Latta Asked to Join the Dots Connecting Child Abuse and Abortion

    Right to Life Calls on John Key to Reject Nomination of Rosemary Fenwicke, Abortionist, to Wellington Central Electorate

    9 April 2014

    Right Honourable John Key,

    Prime Minister,

    Parliament Building,

    Wellington.

    Dear Mr Key

    It is understood that Dr Rosemary Jane Fenwicke is seeking the nomination of the National Party for the Wellington Central electorate at the forthcoming general election.  I wish to draw your attention to the implications expected for the government should Dr Rosemary Fenwicke be selected.

     Dr Fenwicke, is a Certifying Consultant and an abortionist at the Te Mahoe abortion facility at the Wellington Hospital. This facility is the second busiest abortion mill in New Zealand. It reported 2,252 abortions in 2012. Dr Fenwicke has been working at this facility for many years and is responsible for the violent killing of many thousands of innocent and defenceless unborn children and promoting the war against women.

    Continue reading Right to Life Calls on John Key to Reject Nomination of Rosemary Fenwicke, Abortionist, to Wellington Central Electorate