Dutch pediatricians seek child euthanasia

By Michael Cook The Dutch Health Minister, Edith Schippers, has earmarked almost 400,000 Euros for a study of whether to expand eligibility for euthanasia to children between 1 and 12. At the moment, children under 1 may be killed with the consent of their parents following criteria set out in the Groningen Protocols. Children older …

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Simon’s Law: parental rights versus medical discrimination

By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Can a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) order be placed in your child’s medical file without your knowledge? YES! Can your child be denied life-sustaining care based on a quality of life assessment by a hospital ethics board? YES! Are both situations outrageous and scary? YES! The remedy? …

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Let Them be Little, because they are only little for a while

By Dave Andrusko It’s the nature and the wonder of the Internet. I was just about to poke fun at a ridiculous column by a pro-abortionist when I went to You Tube looking for a related item to buttress my case. There I ran across a song that I remember hearing, gosh, seven or eight …

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Church couple eager to adopt Baby left in nativity scene’s manger

By Tamara El-Rahi Last Tuesday in New York, a church custodian set up the nativity scene inside Holy Child Jesus Church in Queens. He went to lunch and returned to the sounds of a baby crying, only to discover a newborn, with umbilical cord still attached, lying in the manger. Surveillance footage revealed a young …

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