Norway becomes first NATO country to draft women into military OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's parliament voted overwhelmingly on Friday to conscript women into its armed forces, becoming the first European and first NATO country to make military service compulsory for both genders. "Rights and duties should be the same for all," said Labor lawmaker Laila Gustavsen, a supporter of the bill. "The armed forces need access to the best resources, regardless of gender ...
June 14, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
A Vote to Draft Women in Norway Norway’s Parliament voted overwhelmingly on Friday to conscript women into its armed forces, becoming the first European and first NATO country to make military service compulsory for both men and women.
June 14, 2013 - New York Times
Language as Action Being a type of spontaneous order, it is no surprise that language is subject to the same kinds of centrally-planned disruptions as economic systems, Rothbard notes: "The system of compulsory state education has been used as a terrible weapon in the hands of governments to impose certain languages and to destroy the languages of various national and linguistic groups within their borders."
June 14, 2013 - Ludwig von Mises Institute
Bernie Hamilton in BBC News Mr Hamilton added: "Airbus must keep to their commitments, agreed after 9/11, which mean that, before the company considers compulsory redundancies, they must first bring outsourced work in-house, reduce overtime to a minimum and seek volunteers...
David Cameron in Grimsby Evening Telegraph Mr Cameron demanded: "A few months ago a Home Office minister said: 'It is the Government's policy that ID cards should eventually be compulsory for every resident in the UK'. Is that still the Government's policy?"