Article on NZCPR Weekly By Dr Muriel Newman: Compehensive welfare reforms now underway Over the years our welfare rolls burgeoned – especially once the stand-alone Domestic Purposes Benefit was introduced in the early seventies. Pushed by feminists as a way of enabling women to raise their children independent from men, the DPB incentivised family breakdown […]
Archive of July 2013
FYI, our recent letter. Note also that the White Ribbon Campaign maintains a block on correspondence from people it doesn’t like to hear from. It soon blocks anyone who expresses criticism or concern about the campaign.
Actually this table is derived, otherwise accurately, from a study that compared children who grew up in a ‘Mom and Dad’ family with children whose mother had a sexual relationship with another woman in various family arrangements, rather than having ‘Two Moms’ . But it’s still possibly a bit interesting.
Video that has gone viral on the net that clearly shows some woman think its acceptable behaviour in a relationship.
Am I mad? Umm just wanting to check my sanity. Associate Professor of Law at Auckland University Ms Julia Tolmie surely must be sane. Such an important position, such responsibility to be appointed to chair the Family Violence Deaths Review Committee. Legal gap for battered spouses who kill Moves to push for a law change […]
Statistics show men are doing slightly better in the Family Court since the protests (by un-identified “father’s rights groups” according to the article) of the early 2000s. Currently fathers win 45% of contested orders instead of 41% or less previously. While this is little cause for celebration by men,Ã‚Â according to feminists interviewed by North […]
Hi All, I’m not sure how unique my situation is, but feel compelled to share my experience with others out there….and I know that this will strike a chord with some. My daughter (adopted) was unhappy about some things on the home front (having to do chores for pocket money, having to eat everything on […]
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/8878722/Labour-proposes-women-only-rule Labour is poised to introduce new party rules to ensure half of its elected MPs are women by 2017 and would allow individual electorates to run “women only” candidate selections.