This Man Wants to Kill Hundreds of Unborn Children to Help People Find the Perfect Genetically-Engineered Baby

Procreation is becoming a matter of manufacturing, engineering, quality control, and other accouterments of industrial control. Babies are already made by IVF, and then sorted for health and neo-eugenics attributes — including sex. Desired embryos are implanted in a uterus — either that of the mother, or a rented “gestational carrier’s.” The unwanted nascent humans are discarded as medical waste, put in cold storage, or donated for research. If certain bioethicists and biotechnologists get their way, technological reproduction will grow even more precise and, (I ...

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Study Finds Hundreds of Mentally Ill and Dementia Patients Euthanized Without Consent

An important study was published in the Journal BMC Medical Ethics (March 5) examining nine euthanasia deaths of people with intellectual disabilities in the Netherlands. The purpose of the study was to examine: How do physicians and the Dutch regional euthanasia review committees operationalise the EAS due care criteria for patients who have an intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder? What, if any, are the particular difficulties when the EAS due care criteria are applied to these patient groups? For more information about euthanasia from a disability ...

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Shocking Report Shows Cancer Patients are Being Euthanized Without Their Consent

A survey of end-of-life decisions for cancer patients involving Flemish physicians has found that in 10.4% of the cases, there was euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide and life shortening without explicit patient request in 1.8%. The results were published in the British Journal of Cancer and were based on a survey of physicians in Flanders, Belgium, in 2013. The percentages are based, not on cancer deaths, but on the number of end-of-life decisions for the patients. The classification system may seem a bit odd to non-specialists. If the drugs were given with the ...

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College Will Discipline Pro-Abortion Students Caught on Camera Vandalizing Pro-Life Display

A New Jersey college has promised to hold students who vandalized a pro-life display last week accountable for their actions. Pro-life students at The College of New Jersey said they watched abortion activists try to destroy their pro-life display six times in just one day last week on campus. They later caught the abortion activists on camera vandalizing their display. According to Students for Life, the student pro-life club received permission to set up a graveyard of the innocents display last week on campus. The display included colored flags and a sign commemorating ...

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Pro-Life Groups Hope U.S. Postal Service Will Issue a “Choose Life” Stamp

Pro-life groups are calling on the U.S. Postal Service to create a new “Choose Life” stamp to honor children and the mothers who gave them life. One News Now reports Larry Jacobs, managing director of the World Congress of Families, is leading the effort. “… Just like we have [‘Choose Life’] license plates in some of the states … there’s no reason we can’t we have a ‘Choose Life’ stamp as a commemorative stamp at the national level,” Jacobs told the news outlet. “It only balances out a stamp that the U.S. Postal ...

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Euthanasia Group Sues to Overturn Minnesota Assisted Suicide Ban After It Was Convicted for Breaking Law

The national assisted suicide advocacy group Final Exit Network (FEN) filed suit in federal court this week against the State of Minnesota in its ongoing challenge to the state’s law against assisted suicide. In 2015, a Dakota Co. jury found FEN guilty of assisting the suicide of an Apple Valley woman who took her life in 2007. FEN was fined more than $30,000 for violating state law protecting people who could become victims of assisted suicide. FEN appealed the conviction, which was upheld by the Minnesota Court of Appeals in 2016. FEN then petitioned the Minnesota ...

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Abortion Activist Admits Babies With Down Syndrome are Targeted in Abortions

Chris Kaposy, a bioethicist and the father of Aaron who has Down syndrome, has written a new book titled, “Choosing Down Syndrome: Ethics and New Prenatal Testing Technologies.” This week he wrote a thoughtful op-ed for the New York Times which summarizes the basis themes of his book. You might ask yourself why a newspaper that is to pro-abortion advocacy what Hillary Clinton is to entitlement would publish a piece titled, “The Ethical Case for Having a Baby With Down Syndrome.” Well, for starters because Kaposy and his wife are both “pro-choice” and oppose ...

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Tennessee House Votes for Moment to the Unborn to Remember Victims of Abortion

Tennessee House lawmakers approved a bill Thursday to create a monument for unborn babies killed in abortions. If state House Bill 2381 is approved, the “Tennessee Monument to Unborn Children” would be placed on the Capitol grounds. No tax dollars would be used to pay for the memorial. State Rep. Bill Dunn, one of the sponsors of the bill, said the monument would join two others at the Capitol that are dedicated to victims of slavery and of the holocaust, according to The Tennessee Star. “Both of these monuments that are already here recognize that atrocities ...

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ABC Show “Scandal” Comes to a Close After Playing Song “Silent Night” as Character Kills Her Baby in an Abortion

ABC’s Scandal will be finished at the end of its seventh season. Here’s hoping the door doesn’t hit this morally bankrupt ABC trash on the way out. Many Americans will remember the show for its flagrant pushing of the envelope when it came to excoriating conservative principles, and pushing moral themes that were, at the very least, avant-garde. Still, what can you expect from a TV show named Scandal, that also happens to air on the unapologetically liberal ABC network? It’s probably necessary to give the program a proper send-off after all these years of disturb...

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Planned Parenthood Won’t Follow Law to Inform Women Abortion Kills a “Living Human Being”

On March 7, 2018, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard signed into law SB 110 to establish certain findings pertaining to pre-abortion counseling practices by abortion providers in South Dakota and to amend provisions regarding mandatory third-party pre-abortion counseling.1 Although the bill overwhelmingly passed the Senate 27-8 2 and the House 56-9 3, it was not without significant controversy in the media. 4-7 The purpose of this article is to review the history of the battles between South Dakota and Planned Parenthood that necessitated the introduction of SB ...

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