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    Pro-Spanking (Smacking) Studies May Have Global Effect

    Saturday, January 9th, 2010

    Pro-Spanking Studies May Have Global Effect Thursday, 07 Jan 2010 11:11 AM By: Theodore Kettle Two recent analyses – one psychological, the other legal – may debunk lenient modern parenting the way the Climategate e-mail scandal has short circuited global warming alarmism. A study entailing 2,600 interviews pertaining to corporal punishment, including the questioning of […]

    PM Should Heed Legal Advice on Smacking Law

    Saturday, December 12th, 2009

    MEDIA RELEASE 13 December 2009 PM Should Heed Legal Advice on Smacking Law Family First NZ says that an expert legal opinion on the smacking law published in the latest NZ Law Journal is confirmation that John Key needs to amend the law, not the guidelines, in order to deliver what he has told NZ […]

    Reviewing the Anti-smacking law

    Friday, December 11th, 2009

    Reformation Testimony The criminalisation of New Zealand parents who discipline their children biblically: Or who will you obey, God or man? New Zealand has a new law which makes the corporal punishment of children a crime. This includes smacking them with a wooden spoon or strap. The government has commissioned two reports, both of which […]

    Some Correction Needed, But John Key says it’s OK!

    Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

    From Family First NZ Some Correction Needed But John Key says it’s OK! Prime Minister John Key and Nigel Latta say the anti-smacking law is working well, that there is no evidence of good parents being criminalised, that Family First has been misled by parents , and that light smacking shouldn’t be a criminal offence […]

    John Qweasal, Prime Minister of NZ – in-depth Interview on smacking referendum

    Thursday, November 5th, 2009

    Meeting in Mt Roskill Monday night 7 September 2009 – 7:30pm

    Saturday, September 5th, 2009

    Meeting in Mt Roskill Monday night PUBLIC MEETING The way The way forward on Section 59 Hi everyone, if you are in the Auckland area your support at this meeting this Monday night would be greatly appreciated, Regards Larry ACT New Zealand MP John Boscawen will host a public meeting to discuss Section 59 of […]

    Open Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand

    Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

    Larry Baldock The Kiwi Party Press Release Open Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Parliament, Wellington 26 August, 2009 Dear Prime Minister, As you are aware I have led and organised the recent Citizens Initiated Referendum on the amendment to section 59 of the Crimes Act that has given all New Zealanders a […]

    The smacking referendum – my summary

    Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

    The smacking referendum – my summary 13 Comments Dr. Glenn Peoples writes: As plenty of readers will already know, New Zealanders are currently taking part in a postal referendum on the issue of whether or not a parent smacking a child under any circumstances should be a crime. I have already voted no. In 2007 […]

    Barnardos Founder Would Have Voted No

    Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

    MEDIA RELEASE 19 August 2009 Barnardos Founder Would Have Voted No Family First NZ says that a biography on Barnardos founder Dr Thomas Barnardo shows that he clearly understood the difference between appropriate discipline and child abuse. In the book Father of Nobody’s Children – a portrait of Dr. Barnardo by Norman Wymer, originally published […]


    Thursday, June 18th, 2009

    CONFUSED? You soon will be For the past 72 hours, politicians and commentators have screemed that the Referendum question is confusing “Should a smack as part of good parental correction be a criminal offence in NZ” It seems pretty clear to us! The law currently says that a good parent raising great kids who uses […]

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