“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
Last week, Belgium took steps to expand its euthanasia law to include children. After ten years of legal euthanasia there, the European Institute of Bioethics reported that the various safeguards and limits originally written into the law are routinely ignored. We saw the same thing in The Netherlands, the first country to accept euthanasia in […]
Today in my Washington Times Communities column, I’m writing about a case in Canada regarding a woman with Alzheimer’s disease and a disagreement between her family and the nursing home where she resides regarding her care. The family wants the home to stop feeding her, the nursing home disagrees. Our society (As in Western society […]
The right of self-determination is held dear by Texans. We believe in our bones that we ought to decide for ourselves how to live, where to live, and what to do with our lives. Unfortunately, Texans are denied self-determination in one very critical area. Under current health care policy, Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders on […]
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