• Hope for Vincent Lambert As Court Orders Life Support to be Restored

    A severely disabled French man, who has been artificially fed and hydrated in a hospital in northeastern France for over 10 years, was taken off life support Monday, hours before the hospital was ordered by a French court to return the support. A French court had ruled in favor of euthanizing... Read more
  • Women’s advocate calls widows ‘hidden victims’ of China one-child policy

    Longtime women’s rights activist Reggie Littlejohn, known for opposing selective abortions in China targeting females, is speaking out for another group of women she says are among the most destitute in the nation’s aging population: Widows. “These women are what I would call the unseen... Read more
  • Canada Court: Doctors Must Euthanize, Abort, or Refer

    The culture of death brooks no dissent. In Canada, doctors have been ordered to bend the knee. Here’s the story: The Canadian Charter (Constitution) guarantees “freedom of conscience and religion”— a stronger and more explicit protection of religious liberty than our First Amendment.... Read more
  • Friday Funny: Nation Takes Break From Killing Babies To Mourn Death Of Cat

    The nation took a break from cheering on the murder of babies to mourn the death of a cat, sources confirmed Friday. The country that kills nearly a million babies every year was shocked to learn that Grumpy Cat had passed away. Millions paid tribute to the funny feline, saying the cat had... Read more
  • Belgian tug-of-war over euthanasia for mental illness and dementia

    Belgium’s leading advocate for euthanasia liberalisation is campaigning vigorously for euthanasia for people with dementia. According to the current euthanasia law, patients are only eligible if they are fully aware and competent. This can lead to distressing situations and must change, says... Read more
  • Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Debate Reignites

    A debate has been reignited in Congress and various state legislatures over legal protections for infants born alive after a failed abortion attempt. After a measure from Senator Ben Sasse, R-Neb., failed in the Senate, Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., is trying to keep the issue alive in... Read more
  • South Korean court finds abortion ban unconstitutional

    South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Thursday ruled an abortion ban in the country to be unconstitutional, receiving mixed responses from Korean citizens. Seven of the nine justices on the court voted to repeal the law, ordering it to be revised by 2020. Two of the justices... Read more
  • This Belgian Nurse Watched Euthanasia Turn Pain Management Into A Death Prescription

    Upon administering a lethal dose, the doctor left the room. But the patient was not dying. For Sophie Druenne, a palliative care nurse working under the Belgian physician who had approved the euthanasia request, this was a breaking point. “The situation was so absurd that we were... Read more
  • Euthanasia Party!

    A Canadian man with diabetes named Dan Laramie, whose illness had advanced to the point he would need amputations, decided to be lethally injected instead. He was killed by his doctor to cheers and applause from family and friends at his euthanasia party — at which photos were taken to... Read more
  • The Least of These

    There has been much righteous criticism of the forty-four Democratic senators who thwarted a bill that would have protected babies who survive abortion from death-by-neglect and infanticide. In a nutshell, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act would have required simply that all... Read more