Death on demand coming to Canada?

No more justifications that assisted suicide is about the “terminally ill for whom nothing can be done to alleviate suffering.” That patently isn’t true. Legislative proposals/laws that limit doctor-prescribed death to the terminally ill never have the “nothing can be done to alleviate suffering” part.  Thus, these restrictions are best seen for what they are–mere political expediencies deemed necessary by death ideologues to get the ball rolling. For that matter, so are requirements mandating that the patient actually take their own lives. Active euthanasia is the actual destination and always has been.  Here’s another example of the broad death license that the euthanasia/assisted suicide […]
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321 babies saved from abortion since March 5 … so far!

I was in Charlotte, North Carolina last week and have amazing news from that city. But first, there is even better news. Already in this 40 Days for Life campaign, we’ve had reports of 321 babies that have been saved from abortion! Praise God for His mercy and love! There are two reports today. One shows the power of a strong, consistent pro-life witness. The other shows the agony a woman goes through when it’s clear the “choice” to have an abortion is not her own. ——————————————————- CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA ——————————————————- John in Charlotte sent a quick note as a […]
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Supreme dishonesty on HHS mandate by Solicitor General Verrilli on Tuesday

NOTE: The original version of this post incorrectly said that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg claimed the Affordable Care Act “passed overwhelmingly,” with bipartisan support. Ginsburg was actually addressing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which passed with bipartisan support and was signed by President Bill Clinton. I regret the error. The Justice's statement can be seen on Page 11 of this transcript of the Court arguments last Tuesday on the HHS Mandate. Context to her statement can be seen in a long discussion leading up to her comment. Since the HHS Mandate requiring insurance coverage of abortifacients, sterilization, and contraception was […]
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