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Must Reads

  • 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


    Euthanasia Road-Show Coming to a Town near you?

    A new breed of determined euthanasia advocacy seems to be arising. It comes this time with a new disguise. The  Voluntary Euthanasia Society (VES), whose president is Elizabeth Sweeney,  have set up a ‘front brand’ called ‘End- of- Life Choice’ for their campaign in support of Ms Street’s Euthanasia Bill, itself euphemistically titled End-of-Life Choice bill.   This Private Members Bill currently sits in the ballot box, and may be drawn at any time.

    The VES have kicked off what appears to be a national campaign to pedal euthanasia across the nation by announcing a public meeting in Whangarei on Nov 1st.  The keynote speaker is Yvonne Shaw, who hails from the US State of Oregon. She appears to have been specifically brought into the country as the VES’s Media and Political Relations Manager, to advise and assist them in promoting their cause. Ms Shaw played a leading role in the passing of euthanasia laws in the state of Oregon. (Oregon is one of two US states that allows state sanctioned killing).

    Right to Life urges concerned New Zealanders to attend the Whangarei meeting which will be held in the  Cafler Room, Forum North, Whangarei, from 7pm on November 1, to debate this issue and to make their opinion known that Euthanasia is not needed and not wanted in this country. Watch out for more of these meetings being advertised around the country.

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