In a precedent setting ruling, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that damages for the wrongful death of a preborn baby can be sought even when that baby is too young to live outside the womb (nonviable).

Britain’s Conservative MP Ann Winterton put forward a Medical Treatment (Prevention of Euthanasia) Bill on Thursday saying that her bill “will make it abundantly clear to doctors that they cannot intentionally bring about the death of their patients either by action or by omission.”  The measure comes just after UK media reported widely that doctors are starving elderly patients to death in hospital.    

A comprehensive expose of Princeton prof. Peter Singer’s pro-infanticide and pro-abortion ravings are available in yesterday’s Washington Post. 


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