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“Right to Die?’ Oppose it

By Right to Life of Michigan This is the second in a five-part series contrasting the ways our society could handle end-of-life care moving forward. The right to die is an odd concept. Everyone will inevitably die. Many people fear what sort of condition they may be...

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New UK Poll reveals right-to-die concerns

  By Paul Russell, Founder, HOPE Australia Yahoo News is reporting on a new UK poll released to coincide with the recommencement of debate on Lord Falconer's 'assisted dying' bill in the UK House of Lords. The public backs the principle of state-assisted suicide...

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The Futile-Care Revolution: Killing Them Softly

By Wesley Smith Editor’s note. Part of the reason for our year-long “Roe at 40” series is to provide historical background for what has come to bear ugly fruit. In this instance—a story that first appeared in the Weekly Standard in 2000 and reprinted in the December...

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There is no “Right to Die”

By Wesley J. Smith The tragic case of Sung Eun Grace Lee, the 28-year-old banker dying of brain cancer, made headlines when she won a lawsuit against her parents to have her respirator removed, and then changed her mind. But let’s leave the Lees alone. They have...

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