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  • Medical homicide: telling it as it is

    Cross-posted from MercatorNet Perhaps in part because of the dwindling birth rates and a steadily ageing and costly population, it is customary now in Britain for the subject of active euthanasia to be revisited every year. Charles (Lord) Falconer is at it again seeking to legalise medical complicity in homicide. The subject comes before Parliament today. Notwithstanding […]Continue Reading
  • Couples flock to Thailand for sex selective IVF

    Cross-posted from BioEdge Thailand has become a top tourist destination for women seeking gender-selective IVF. The country is one of just three that permit gender selection – the other two are the US and South Africa – and it offers the most affordable procedures. Hundreds of women from China and Hong Kong travel to Thailand each year, […]Continue Reading
  • Dutch Euthanasia watchdog says: I was wrong – Britain! Don’t do it!

    Cross-posted from HOPE Legalising assisted suicide is a slippery slope toward widespread killing of the sick, MPs and peers were told yesterday. A former euthanasia supporter warned of a surge in deaths if Parliament allowed doctors to give deadly drugs to their patients. ‘Don’t do it Britain,’ said Theo Boer, a veteran European watchdog in […]Continue Reading
  • Aren’t pro-lifers trying to impose morality?

    Cross-posted from ProLife NZ Some abortion-rights advocates argue that it is simply wrong for anyone to “force” his or her own view of what is morally right on someone else. Consequently, they argue that pro-lifers, by attempting to forbid women from having abortions, are trying to force their morality on others. What’s wrong with this […]Continue Reading
  • A man who disdains euphemisms

    Cross-posted from MercatorNet The recent news concerning Dr Philip Nitschke, Exit International and the suicide death of two men who were not terminally ill has forced the Australian public to confront the issue of assisting someone to die. As Herald Sun columnist Andrew Bolt points out, this is not something new. Nor is the public commentary from Dr […]Continue Reading
  • Just a Clump of Cells?

    Cross-posted from Secular ProLife It’s well-established, as a scientific matter, that preborn embryos and fetuses are living human organisms. Nevertheless, many abortion advocates claim that the human embryo is not really a human being, but is merely a clump of cells, no more valuable than any somatic (body) cell in a human’s body. For instance, […]Continue Reading

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