Californication Channel Ten

Saltshakers is continuing its campaign against Californication Channel Ten TV program.
They say that so far during this series there were 33 companies and organisations that have responded to FamilyVoice Australia and Saltshakers, saying they don’t want their ads shown on Californication.
For more info on campaign visit www.saltshakers.com.au
Action: please contact the advertisers. If you have limited time, just contact the NEW advertisers. If even LESS time, just contact those in your STATE!
Please have your POLITE draft letter ready – copy and paste and send to each company.
Yes, we know it takes time – but the effort is really worth it!

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POSTED 21 Nov 2008
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Abortion

A national day of mourning for aborted babies will be held this Sunday November 23 in a number of Australian cities. In Perth organised by Lachlan Dunjey, Victoria Gardens, 2pm Claisebrook. Visit: www.ndmc.org.au

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POSTED 21 Nov 2008
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BP removes porn from petrol stations

Petrol retailer BP Australia is said to have pulled pornographic magazines off shelves at 250 of its outlets.
The ACL says BP Australia’s President, Gerry Hueston, is to be congratulated for his stand against the degradation of women. Please e-mail him now at csccomplaints@se1.bp.com. Thank him and tell him you will buy BP fuel.
More info visit: www.acl.org.au

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POSTED 21 Nov 2008

Internet filtering

The porn lobby and some in the internet industry are trying to scuttle the Government’s plan to clean up the internet.
Action: Please take five minutes to join ACL’s Make a Stand campaign ‘Keep IT clean!’ You can quickly read up on the issue and fire off an e-mail to your local politicians.
It is vital that those who profit from the degradation of women and children are not the only voices heard in this debate.

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POSTED 21 Nov 2008
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New Sex party

ACL has challenged Australia’s main political parties to ensure the newly-formed Australian Sex Party is placed last on how-to-vote cards in upcoming State and Federal elections.
The new party, founded by the Eros Association, was launched at the Melbourne Sexpo yesterday.

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POSTED 21 Nov 2008