Update On Physician Assisted Suicide bill in Nevada

Wednesday afternoon, the Nevada Senate Health and Human Services Committee voted 3-2 along party lines to approve SB165, a bill to legalize physician assisted suicide, and send it to the Senate for a vote. All three Democrats on the committee, Senators Ratti, Spearman, and Woodhouse voted for the bill. The two Republicans on the committee, …

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Twin Babies Survive Planned Parenthood Chemical Abortion

By Katie Franklin Physician Brent Boles is taking the internet by storm once again with a Facebook post about a pregnant patient whose chemical abortion failed to take the life of not one, but both of her unborn children. Pregnant with twins, the patient didn’t know she was expecting more than one baby until after …

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Pro-abortion Democrats can’t help but demonstrate their estrangement from ordinary Americans

By Dave Andrusko Since they both often dress their news stories in similar pro-abortion garb, the New York Times and the Washington Post commonly seem like Bobbsey twins. But it is not uniformly true, and when it is not, the case, it can be very revealing. For example, one day an opinion writer or columnist …

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Canada: Euthanasia deaths increase by more than 50% in 2018

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Data for the Canadian euthanasia/assisted suicide (euphemistically known as Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) has been missing. I have received multiple inquiries asking how many Canadians have died by MAiD. Now we have some data, but not from the government. On March 15, 2019, Jocelyn Downie, …

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Back to the source: the Hippocratic Oath re-examined

By Michael Cook Over the centuries the Hippocratic Oath has expressed the ideals of the medical profession, although nowadays other versions have supplanted it for graduating medical students– if they take any oath at all. If taken literally the Oath is an anachronism. Who today “swears by Apollo Physician, by Asclepius, by Hygieia, by Panacea, …

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Pastor quotes ‘right to life’ in founding documents, gets banned from Vermont Senate

By Nancy Flanders Rev. Rosaire Bisson is the assistant pastor at Christ Community Alliance Church in Barre, Vermont. He also gives devotions before the Vermont Senate as many local religious leaders have done. According to TrueNorthReports.com, Bisson spoke about “everyone’s right to life” in January, just a week before the State House held a public …

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Abortion clinic director on why women pay in advance

By Sarah Terzo Laura Moody, director of abortion clinic Hope Clinic, on why they have women pay in advance: “It’s the nature of the business. Unlike a family doctor, we don’t have a long-term relationship with the patient. They may have used an assumed name or a wrong address or phone number.” They do not …

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Michigan Senator Stabenow: Stop Misleading Your Constituents about the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act!

By Right to Life of Michigan “Gaslighting” is ugly. Gaslighting is when a person uses manipulative techniques to get another person to question their perception of the truth. On February 25, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow [D-Mi.] voted to filibuster the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. The bill she voted against does exactly what the bill …

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North Dakota pro-lifers depending on Gov. Burgum to sign Abortion Pill Reversal Bill

By Dave Andrusko Should North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum do the right thing, there will be six states that require abortionists to inform women they may be able to save their unborn babies from a chemical abortion. HB 1336, which passed the House 73-16 in late January and the Senate 34-11 last Friday, is the …

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Kentucky Gov. signs bill to ban abortions based on sex, race, or disability

By Dave Andrusko As anticipated, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed House Bill 5 into law. The measure, which bans abortions because of a child’s sex, race, or a disability such as Down syndrome, includes an emergency clause, meaning HB 5 went into effect immediately upon Gov. Bevin signing the bill on Tuesday. HB 5 …

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Against tremendous odds, finding happiness in ways that we simply cannot imagine

By Dave Andrusko When my wife and I finished watching “Their Finest,” it meant we had had the third of the trilogy of recent films about Winston Churchill and the months leading up to the pivotal battle of Dunkirk (in France) in mid-1940. The other two are the “The Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk.” I can’t …

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