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Euthanasia: Lethal Dose Has Fearful Consequences

The Sydney Morning Herald published an excellent article by Anthony Fisher. He sympathised with the reasons why people would want it to be legal to allow some people to be given a lethal injection on compassionate grounds. However, he warned that such legislation can’t be made safe. He wrote: “I understand why some people want […]
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Should men be able to speak about abortion?

There is a popular ‘defeater’ that is commonly brought up by pro-abortion/choice women whenever men present their views in support of human life and against the intentional killing of the most vulnerable members of the human community through abortion. It pretty much amounts to little more than, ‘you have no right to speak about abortion […]
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Are we sleepwalking through the great infanticide?

This article from Harvard law graduate Leah Sing at MercatorNet is one of the best articles that I have read on abortion for a long time. Leah looks at the blatant contradictions in our society’s approach to the abortion issue. While the case she begins with is from the US, the contradictions she moves onto […]

FRIDAY LIFE: Is it morally permissible to support a parental notification law?

FridayLife is a weekly opinion column which appears on the ProLife NZ blog every Friday morning. Today we are are going to examine the important issue of abortion parental notification laws, and more specifically; whether it is morally permissible for a pro-lifer to support them. For those who don’t know, an abortion parental notification law requires […]

Not aborting a person with a disability is now a personal injury in NZ

Cross-posted from The Leading Edge blog. Yesterday our courts handed down one of the most unjust and inhumane rulings ever seen in this country when a judged declared that a NZ mother and father have suffered a ‘personal injury’, and are entitled to compensation from ACC New Zealand, because they were not afforded the opportunity […]

The anti-women abortion activism of Rolling Stone Magazine

Yesterday the famed Rolling Stone magazine decided to nail its flag firmly to the abortion activism flagpole by publishing a poorly researched anti pro-life attack column titled: The Seven Most Common Lies About Abortion – Debunking anti-choice misinformation about women’s health. It doesn’t take a rocket-scientist to see the lack of balance in this article […]

10 pressing questions for the Greens about their new abortion policy

It seems that the Greens have had to do a spot of damage control since Friday’s announcement that the introduction of a new extreme abortion law in New Zealand is going to be one of their key priorities for the upcoming general election. Late yesterday, Green List MP Jan Logie posted the following status on her Facebook wall: […]

Want to know why I’m pro-life? Watch 12 years a slave

I recently had the chance to see the movie 12 Years a Slave, which is based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free African American who was kidnapped from New York and sold into slavery in the South in 1841. It is a powerful film that presents an unflinching look at the gravely unethical and […]

Extraordinarily powerful speech from Irish minister Lucinda Creighton

An extraordinary speech against her government’s abortion bill could get a rising star expelled from her party.   A youthful and popular minister in the Fine Gael government, Minister of State for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton, opposes the legalisation of abortion. If she votes against her party’s bill on Wednesday she could be expelled from […]
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