FACT: Late-Term Abortions Are Never Medically Necessary

The Federalist 26 February 2019 Family First Comment: “Defending New York’s late-term abortion law as necessary to protect maternal and fetal health is disingenuous, if not downright dishonest. There is no situation in which late abortion is the only, or even the best, solution to a maternal or fetal health crisis.” #chooselife For babies with abnormalities, perinatal hospice is an option. … Read More

US Democrats block Republican ‘Born-Alive’ anti-abortion bill

Stuff co.nz 26 February 2019  The US Senate has voted to block consideration of a measure that would punish any doctor who fails to provide medical care to a ‘child born alive’ after an attempted abortion. All but three Democrats voted against a procedural motion on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, denying it the necessary 60 votes to proceed. … Read More

‘Fixing her before she’s born’ – Unborn baby removed from mother’s womb, operated on then put back in

NewsHub 12 February 2019 Family First Comment: “We were told our little girl had spina bifida. We were offered continuing pregnancy, ending pregnancy or a new option called fetal surgery – fixing her before she’s born. We had to do it.” #choosinglife 🎉 In a revolutionary new operation, an unborn baby has been removed from its mother’s womb, and then returned. … Read More

Anna Sinclair: Unborn Kiwis need more protection

Guest editorial: Unborn Kiwis need more protection NZ Herald 3 January 2019 Family First Comment: Excellent commentary from a Christchurch mum… “It’s time to update our abortion law. It’s the 21st Century; the law is 40 years old, and it needs to be modernised. That’s what we keep hearing, and I couldn’t agree more. Unfortunately, the proposals in the Law Commission’s … Read More

Media coverage of the March For Life NZ

Hundreds of pro-life advocates take to Wellington’s streets in opposition of abortion reform Stuff co.nz 8 December 2018  Several pro-life organisations have joined forces to ensure their voices are heard when it comes to the hot-button topic of abortion. Organised by five groups, the March for Life – touted as a counter-protest to this a similar pro-choice event earlier in the week – drew … Read More

Doctors to fight new abortion law

NZ Herald 3 December 2018 Family First Comment: “For the same reason that patients have a right not to be coerced into receiving treatment, doctors and nurses have a right not to be coerced into providing it.”  Correct! www.ChooseLife.nz Group opposes any moves that erode rights in dealing with patients seeking terminations, writes Claire Trevett. A group of doctors opposed to … Read More

Damien Hirst delivers controversy with giant uterus sculptures at Qatar hospital

The Guardian 19 November 2018 Family First Comment: Impressive! “Named The Miraculous Journey, it shows a foetus growing in the womb and culminates with a 14-metre (46ft) newborn.” #BiologyMatters www.ChooseLife.nz Health authorities at a hospital in Qatar are braced for an outcry after unveiling 14 giant bronze sculptures by British artist Damien Hirst that graphically chart the voyage from conception to birth. The … Read More

How liberal is Simon Bridges really?

NewsHub 19 November 2018 Family First Comment:  If being ‘conservative’ means being against drugs and for life, then be 100% ‘conservative’, Simon. www.ChooseLife.nz www.SayNopeToDope.nz  www.RejectAssistedSuicide.nz On Monday morning AM Show host Duncan Garner quizzed the 42-year-old on a few thorny topics currently before Parliament. Abortion Perhaps surprisingly, one of the biggest wedge issues between liberals and conservatives is the one Mr … Read More