Entries for the ‘Suicide’ Category

Watch[ed] me die [and liked it]

UPDATE, 12/15, 7a: From judge forcing assisted suicide on her state… and on the heels of a picking pro-euthanasia attorney Thomas Perrilli (who represented Michael Schiavo) for his transition team… comes this from

Martin Sheen ad says no to physician-assisted suicide in WA

The State of Washington has an initiative on the ballot to legalize physician-assisted suicide, I-1000. According to

JivinJ’s Life Links 7-30-08

by trying to deal with numerous illegal abortionists: Dr. Kato, who at first said he did not do abortions and referred The Herald to other “doctors,” later admitted to offering the service, saying it would cost R600 for someone who was 5 months pregnant. He promised the procedure was safe and quick. “They call it […]

Sunday funny

by Larry Wright…

French woman fooled the world on assisted suicide request

by Steven Ertelt So the latest news out of France is that Chantal Sebire allowed herself to get in the condition she was in so she could press for assisted suicide. Sebire, as Jill’s readers will recall, is the woman with a terrible facial tumor who received international attention for her condition and French courts […]

Strange love: The Osbournes’ suicide pact

From the

Well, yes, there’s also this “choice”…

GujaretGlobal.com of India girl.

  
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One of four remaining clinics that provide abortions in Kansas has closed amid a hostile political climate and financial challenges.

Its outgoing manager said Monday the decision was also prompted by a “lack of gratitude” from a young generation of women who take its abortion services for granted.

~ The Wichita Eagle, July 28

Sure, a woman’s main concern on a day-to-day basis may not be abortion rights. Her main concern may be basic healthcare for herself and her kids, or something else. But she has the luxury of abortion rights not being her main concern because it’s been an absolute guaranteed right in this country for 40 years. That means every woman in this country under the age of 40 never had to worry about getting an illegal, unsafe abortion….

That’s a long time to get lulled into a sense of security that that right is never going away — and therefore we don’t need to make its protection a priority….

~ Carla Hall, bemoaning the fact that women are taking their “abortion rights” for granted, The Los Angeles Times, July 29

[HT: Troy Newman; photo via ThinkProgress.org]

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