Entries for the ‘Euthanasia’ Category

The duplicity of the pro-abortion movement regarding brain-dead pregnant mothers

When abortion is the topic, their rhetoric is all about the woman’s right to choose—forget the family. They assume women will want abortion, so they trim their rhetorical sails to that wind. But when the woman isn’t able to do any choosing, and her family wants to pull the plug—well, then the rhetoric is all […]

Mother wins right to kill non-terminally ill, disabled daughter

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We were constantly in and out of hospital. She never developed more than a six-month-old child.

Simple things like birds singing and hearing children play would put the most beautiful smile on her face. She loved Michael Buble and when I slurped my tea she would give out a hearty chuckle. I gave her the best quality of life she could possibly have….

The perfect age to die: 75

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Seventy-five. That’s how long I want to live: 75 years….

[L]iving too long… renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived. It robs us of our creativity and ability to contribute to work, society, the world. It transforms how people experience us, relate to us, and, most important, remember us. We are no longer remembered as vibrant and engaged but as feeble, ineffectual, even pathetic….

Wasserman Schultz was “face of Florida’s push” for Schiavo death

by Kelli Looking back at the appeals and legislation surrounding the Terri Schiavo case makes my head spin. At the time, my family and I followed every twist, every turn, and every detail of her family’s struggle to keep her alive…. One person I remember well from that time is Long Island’s own Debbie Wasserman […]

Baby Munoz put to death by judicial tyranny

UPDATE 1/27, 11:15a: The deceased Munoz baby’s gender and name have been posted on the public Facebook page of Erick Munoz’s local union, Crowley Professional Firefighters Association L-4182:

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Rest in peace, Marlise and little Nicole.

[HT: Leslie and Vanessa]

1/26, 5:15p: It’s Terri Schiavo all over again.

Another pro-death judge has inexplicably ordered the death of an innocent, helpless person due to a family’s wishes.

Despite a Texas law requiring that pregnant mothers be kept on life support until their preborn babies are viable, District Court Judge R. H. Wallace on Friday ordered John Peter Smith Hospital to remove Marlise Munoz’s life support by 5p Monday – and the hospital has already complied.

Family not “focused” on whether pregnant mom on life support would have wanted baby born

Since she was excited about her second child, wouldn’t Marlise want her baby to be born despite her condition? “We haven’t even focused on that yet,” says Machado, adding that doctors have told them they can’t determine the fetus’s health until mid-February. “Our focus has been our daughter’s wishes not being honored. To see this […]

Husband seeks to remove pregnant wife from life support

by Kelli It’s hard to reach the point where you wish your wife’s body would stop…. They don’t know how long the baby was without nutrients and oxygen. But I’m aware what challenges I might face ahead. ~ Erick Munoz, who is seeking to have his pregnant wife Marlise’s life support removed in Texas, where […]

Stanek Sunday quote: “God used my sister’s death to save me” ~Bobby Schindler

I honestly believe this has saved me. All the focus of me and my family was to save my sister, when, in reality, God used her to save me, perhaps. The way I was living back then I was on the path to eternal damnation. How could I ever thank my sister for what she’s […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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