In the United States’ most culturally aligned nation, a race toward the once-unthinkable accelerates By Wesley J. Smith It never made any sense. The assurance that active euthanasia would always be limited to terminally ill, competent adults just never made any sense. Here’s the problem: Once a society widely supports eliminating suffering by eliminating the …Continue reading "Canadian Doctors Get Ready for Child Euthanasia"
By Dave Andrusko In June NRL News Today ran a story about what can only be described as a bizarre recommendation. A coalition of what are called children’s charities in Scotland actually recommended that the age of consent to ask for assisted suicide—16—was too high. Submitted under the collective name “Together,” groups that are …Continue reading "“Children’s Advocates” in Scotland ask that any assisted suicide legislation include children"
By Dave Andrusko For the last post of the day, I’d like to revisit two stories we ran Tuesday. In February when Belgium legalized the euthanasia of children, we all knew two things. The “protections/safeguards” weren’t worth a plug nickel and that the virus would quickly spread. I don’t know enough about Scotland to …Continue reading "The “unthinkable” comes to Scotland while the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule in a battle over religious freedom"