Euthanasia and Dignity

By Miguel A. Endara, Ph.D.   On November 1, 2014, Brittany Maynard, under Oregon’s euthanasia law, ended her life.[1] Prior to this event Compassion & Choices International produced a video where she gave her reasons for wanting to commit physician-assisted-suicide.[2] Maynard was a soft-spoken and … Continued

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First we killed our unborn children. Now we’re killing our own parents

by Jonathon van Maren, Communications Director, Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform   We don’t kill problems anymore. We kill people, and pretend that it is the same thing. I noted some time ago that the concept of “dying with dignity” is rapidly … Continued

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Is it Terminal? Is it Palliative

Just as the English use the word “tea” in a variety of ways, so the medical and ethics professionals use the word palliative or terminal in a variety of ways. The only one sure thing to say about this particular … Continued

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The Slippery Slope is Real

An overview: History has numerous instances of a progression following the departure from God-given rights and decrees to devastating unintended consequences. This has been termed the slippery slope. Over 40 years ago abortion on demand throughout a pregnancy became legal in America. At that time … Continued

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