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Family First vow to instruct lawyers to ‘vigorously fight’ any deregistration attempt

Stuff co.nz 16 May 2017 Conservative Christian lobby group Family First is expected to lose its charitable status, according to NZME. The group was told by the Charities Registration Board in 2013 that its status was questionable.

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Family First NZ

My Thoughts on Laci Green

Oh, how fast they turn on their own. And Laci is seeing what we, the bad eggs, have been saying for a while; free speach isn’t free speach if you silence those you disagree with. 802 more words

On Writing

FCC is reviewing complaints about Colbert's Trump jokes. But that's its job

Source: CNN

Right now there’s a severe overreaction to the FCC chairman’s comments about Stephen Colbert.

No, the government is not trying to muzzle one of the most famous comedians in America because he made a vulgar joke about President Trump. 320 more words

The Muslim Times

The Art of Responsibly Sharing Information

Butler brings in an outside source to help differentiate between news and false information

by Jaycie Wunder

On March 30, light was shed on the issue of “fake news.” 290 more words

Butler Community College

Chief justice of Pakistan takes notice of Mashal Khan's lynching

Suggested reading by the Muslim Times: Two Hundred Verses about Compassionate Living in the Quran and Is There Freedom of Thought or Coercion in the Holy Quran? 439 more words

The Muslim Times

Tunisia sentences British DJ for Muslim prayer remix

Source: BBC

A Tunisian court has sentenced a British DJ to a year in jail after he played a dance remix of the Muslim call to prayer. 50 more words

The Muslim Times

Freedom Of Speech Is Reserved For the Few

Jo Reid reports on clearing Kelvin MacKenzie of discrimination

Sun columnist, Kelvin MacKenzie recently questioned whether it was right for Channel 4 news reporter Fatima Manji to wear a hijab while presenting a report on the Nice massacre in July. 334 more words

University Of Glasgow