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US 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of the State of Florida and Law-Abiding Gun Owners Over Activist Doctors and the Gun Control Lobby
The United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit has ruled that doctors do not have the right to ask patients if they own a firearm when unnecessary to a patient’s care. This ruling is a significant defeat for the gun control lobby and its allies. The Florida chapters of the American Academies of Pediatrics and American College of Physicians…
Twitchy » US Politics
Back in February British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said he would investigate allegations by a retired doctor that sick children were being euthanized. That charge by Michael Irwin came literally hours after the Belgian legislature voted to make the country became the first nation in the world to legalize euthanizing children. (The King subsequen…
Last week I highlighted the fact that a faculty of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is barring doctors with pro-life views from receiving its degrees and diplomas. The story has been picked up by the Telegraph today. Doctors and nurses who have a moral objection to prescribing those ‘contraceptives’ which can act […
Abortion. The very word stirs up controversy- thoughts of clashing protesters, emotional decisions, and political conflict. Everyone has heard the slogans and sound bites. Some people have strong beliefs about whether abortion should be available on demand. Others feel caught between the warring factions of “right to life” and “a woman’…
“So they ran all these tests, and they meet with me yesterday…”
A one-pound baby shocked doctors, who didn’t think the premature infant would survive. But God had other plans for little Ezekiel Cal Lugo. here is his story. As his parents Rudy and Nellie tell it (video follows): On September 1st, 2011 our son Ezekiel Cal Lugo was born 4 months too early. He was born […]…
This is a good example why people are losing trust in the health care system. Over at CNN, medical producer Stephanie Smith writes a story arguing that we should do away with second opinions in determining brain death. From, “Repeat Exams for Brain Death Bad for Organ Donation:” For brain dead patients, a second examination to declare death …
Chicago has become the murder capital of America for the large number of shootings and murder victims it produces and, tragically, Christmas day was no exception. Young Eva Casara told her grandmother she was leaving the house and asked when dinner was ready. Sadly, the pregnant teenager never made it back home. The only silver […]…
A newborn baby doctors declared dead in China was found to be alive two days after he was thought to be dead and sent to a funeral home to be cremated. The case resulted in authorities revoking the license of the doctor who mistakenly declared the newborn boy dead, according to an AP report. The […]…
Pro-choice activists are up in arms over the new law in Texas that requires abortionists to have admitting privileges at local hospitals. Because so few abortionists in Texas are able to get these admitting privileges, abortion clinics are suspending operations.
One pro-choice website said the following:
“An admitting privileges law is a TRAP (Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers) law. The main intent of TRAP laws is to stop abortion through legislation that doesn’t outright make abortion illegal—because that would be unconstitutional and unenforceable—but instead through forcing clinics to close. TRAP laws tend to place unnecessary burdens and stigmas on abortion providers.”
Former Governor Sarah Palin, whether it was intentional or not, certainly began the discussion on end of life issues when she referred to “death panels” in a 2009 debate about federal health care legislation to cover the uninsured in the US.
Governor Palin was referring to death panels in the context of government officials making life and death decisions if/when the government took over our health care system.
Years ago, I received a serious death threat directed against the personnel at a specifically named hospital. My correspondent was convinced that a beloved baby had been killed instead of provided expensive care, and in his grief, told me he was plotting revenge. (I called the FBI which diffused the situation. But it was very worrying.)
I was reminded of that upsetting episode by a USA Today story about a wave of violence against hospital workers in China. From the story:
A new report out today suggests Pope John Paul II’s mother rejected an abortion when pregnant with him.
Under the headline “Blessed John Paul II was in danger of not being born,” the Vatican Insider web site says the information was revealed by Milena Kindziuk in the book just came out.