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Pot-smoking, VoteYes and S. 59 Bad Logic

Wednesday, 1 July 2009, 12:30 pm | spcs

Former NZ First MP Deborah Morris-Travers, now spokesperson for the VoteYes Campaign Coalition, whilst the Minister for Youth Affairs in the late 1990s, stated that because more people were breaking the law by smoking cannabis (pot) and calling for a liberalisation ... More >>

Condomania, S. 59 and YesVote Silence

Tuesday, 30 June 2009, 5:26 pm | spcs

New Zealanders may have forgotten that in 1997 Deborah Morris-Travis, currently spokesperson for the VoteYes anti-smacking campaign, while the then Minister of Youth Affairs, vigorously lobbied to have condom vending machines in all our schools and colleges and in all places where young people gather. More >>

Keyhole convicted of Assault on 7-year old

Friday, 26 June 2009, 2:28 pm | spcs

John Keyhole, 50, well-known for his sardonic and satirical attacks against laws he considers to be “as weird as Dr Seuss's ham & eggs stories", was a dejected, dishevelled and disorientated man as he staggered from the Papatoetoe District Court ... More >>

Barnardos drop legal threat re ‘Vote No’ Video

Thursday, 25 June 2009, 11:21 am | spcs

A stunning satirical video posted on the YouTube website that lampoons the arrogant, 'professional' "we know best" "YesVote" child 'experts', who hate the thought of the majority of NZ parents voting "NO!!" to Sue Bradford's ... More >>

Dr Seuss's guide to John Key on CIR

Tuesday, 23 June 2009, 2:17 pm | spcs

Media Release: 23 June 2009 Dr Seuss's guide to John Key on CIR The Society has contacted the famous children's book author Dr Seuss for comment, following today's sensational media reports that Prime Minister John Key has compared the wording of ... More >>

SPCS Delighted! Film re-rated R16 to R13

Saturday, 5 July 2008, 1:45 pm | spcs

Press Release 4 July 2008   SPCS Delighted! Film re-rated R16 to R13   The outstanding Christian film More >>




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