Network News

  • Whose Life Is It Anyway?
  • 6/04/2013
  • (NRO) - Bioethics pushed personal autonomy to the forefront of medical decision making, helping forge the legal right to say no to unwanted life-extending care. Today, if a person doesn't want to be in an ICU or to be otherwise kept alive with medical treatment, the patient or family can say no. And that's generally a very good thing.
  • LifeNews Welcomes Terri Schiavo's Brother as New Blogger
  • 6/03/2013
  • (LifeNews.com) - LifeNews.com, the premier pro-life news outlet and the most-visited pro-life web site on the Internet, is excited to welcome four key pro-life activists as new contributing bloggers.
  • Do No Harm: Doctors Killing Disabled People?
  • 5/31/2013
  • (by Rebekah Maxwell) - Ah, the beauty of our progressive society. It seems like only yesterday we were marveling at the UK politician who openly proclaims that disabled children should be killed "like deformed lambs...smashed against a wall."
  • Newborn Comes Back to Life in Mother's Arms
  • 5/30/2013
  • (Live Action News) - A premature newborn in Australia, born along with his twin sister at just 27 weeks' gestation and weighing in at only two pounds, was pronounced dead by his physician after medical staff tried for twenty minutes to revive him.
  • Philly Family's Fight Over Lung-Donor Rule Spurs National Debate
  • 5/29/2013
  • (Philly.com) - A Philadelphia-area family's fight over the rules that govern lung transplants is getting national attention. Ten-year-old Sarah Murnaghan, of Newtown Square, is dying of cystic fibrosis at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
  • Pushing Assisted Suicide is Likely Driving Up Suicides in General
  • 5/28/2013
  • (LifeNews.com) - One suicide begets another, a study in Canada has demonstrated. From the Ottawa Citizen story: "That suicide is contagious is a widely held-and controversial-theory.
  • Artist Overcomes TBI With Passion for Art
  • 5/24/2013
  • (Connection) - Brian Menish is a Herndon High School alum, a fine arts graduate with degrees from Shepherd University and West Virginia University, and an artist living with a Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Vermont Help Line Launched for Patients Pressured to Take Assisted Suicide Drugs
  • 5/23/2013
  • (LifeNews.com) - Ignoring calls from hundreds of Vermonters imploring him to veto the poorly crafted, dangerous legislation, Governor Peter Shumlin boldly signed the bill into law on Monday, May 20, 2013. He was surrounded by cheering supporters of legalized assisted-suicide.
  • The NHS is Killing Disabled People
  • 5/22/2013
  • (The Guardian) - My daughter was ill at the weekend. Just a heavy cold; but when your child has profound and multiple learning disabilities, even a minor illness can send her life-threatening condition spiralling out of control, so we needed to get some antibiotics.
  • How Legal Euthanasia Changed Belgium For Ever
  • 5/21/2013
  • (By Tom Mortier & Steven Bieseman) - In 2002, Belgium became the second country in the world after its neighbour, The Netherlands, to legalise euthanasia. Over the next decade our country has become a living laboratory for radical social change.