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 …Continue reading "Dutch pediatricians seek child euthanasia"
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? …Continue reading "Simon’s Law: parental rights versus medical discrimination"
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 …Continue reading "Let Them be Little, because they are only little for a while"
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 …Continue reading "Church couple eager to adopt Baby left in nativity scene’s manger"
By Rai Rojas A few days ago I wrote about Belén, the 11-year-old Chilean girl who is pregnant as the result of being assaulted by her mother’s live-in lover. In my post I explained that even though she has been pressured to abort – she is in fact choosing life for her very much loved …Continue reading "Update on Belén"