NZ has had legal assisted suicide / euthanasia for a year now, so we take a look at the latest statistics. The overseas experience in the small number of countries that allow assisted suicide is that there is an inevitable push to extend such a ‘human right’ to a greater number of people, such as those with chronic conditions, disabilities, mental illness, those simply ‘tired of life’, or even children. Just 12 months on, those calls are already being made in New Zealand.
McBLOG: Is your school library safe?
McBlog / March 20, 2023 March 20, 2023
We give examples of explicit and inappropriate books that you probably don't want in the school library. Have you checked…
McBLOG: HRC desperately seeking ‘conversion therapy’ complaints
McBlog / March 17, 2023 March 17, 2023
The $2.2m taxpayer-funded complaints centre set up by the Human Rights Commission for receiving complaints about ‘conversion therapy’ has admitted…
McBLOG: Christian school exiting state system
McBlog / March 16, 2023 March 16, 2023
TVNZ’s 1News reported that a Northland christian school is closing down because it can’t practice ‘conversion therapy’. We do a…