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Have you seen this? Activist Mark Dice circulating a petition for "mandatory euthanasia" for senior citizens:
That someone could so easily acquire signatures endorsing such an evil practice from an oblivious public is a very sad commentary on the state of our nation - both morally and intellectually.
It is also proof-positive that the nation is rapidly approaching its final days, for when a people have lost their respect for human life, the end is not long in following.
Here is Anton Chaitkin, speaking on The Affordable Care Act, better known as "Obama Care":
Massachusetts rejected New Jersey accepted fortunately Christie will veto it but the push towards euthanasia is national and the citizens of the US need to wake up and be aware. The sanctity of life is now being challenged at the the end of life instead of the beginning. Obamacare due to its cost is pushing this legislation due to the simple fact of cost. After holding up the nation all of your life once you are out of the work force and in need of extended care the state has determined you are not worth the cost. We are becoming a brutal nation.
Today, we live in a society where human life has been devalued and held hostage to the underlying theme of Me...Me...Me. I come first--I choose who lives or dies, in essence, I am god. If I don't want this child to be born, it will not be born. If I don't want to suffer, I will choose to die. This rebellion against God is responsible for the actions taken by so many against life today.
But the Bible teaches that God is the only one who has power over life or death; no one is born with the right to die. No human has the authority to say, "I choose to die."
Tonight, Walter Martin, the Original Bible Answer Man examines the growing problem of Euthanasia.
This is a great topic and even a greater discussion debate. Euthanasia has been a topic discussed on many levels as well as suicide. We will discuss if a person has a right to die or kill themselves for any reasons including medical, depression, or any of the other. We will also talk about this from a religious perspective. Call in and support this is a great show!
Join Mandy and Todd on Monday for a special, very personal and intimate hour about pet euthanasia. Mandy will share her experience with putting down her two beloved cats last year, and Todd will discuss his trauma / dilemna about a decision he is about to make regarding his own aging cat. This is a "listen only" episode - no call-ins will be taken. Just Mandy and Todd, discussing a particularly emotional topic.
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29-year-old Brittany Maynard had stage four brain cancer and knew she had only months to live. Going to Oregon with its Death by Dignity Law, she made a decision to end her own life, which ignited the right-to-die debate. She officially ended her life on November 1st as the pain became too great for her. The big question that does come to mind: When someone is facing terminal illness and knows he/she doesn't have long to live, should he/she have the right to choose to die by suicide, like when Dr. Jack Kevorkian assisted those who wanted to die back in the 1990s. We'll talk about this very sensitive issue for the whole hour.
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Nosso Lar (Portuguese for “Our Home”) is the name of the spirit colony that Andre Luiz describes in this first book of his collection. In this vibrant narrative, the author offers us his observations and discoveries regarding life in the spirit world, acting as a sort of reporter who records his own experiences. It reveals a pulsating world full of life and activity organized in exemplary fashion, and where discarnate spirits go through steps of recovery and spiritual education supervised by high order spirits. Nosso Lar enables us to see beforehand the spirit world that awaits us when we abandon the corporeal body through physical death."
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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Planned Parenthood pays $2 million after killing a woman who sought an abortion.
* Euthanasia for sick children is authorized in Belgium, letting parents kill their kids.
* An inspirational pro-life commercial from Thailand.
We are going to cover the very sensitive and emotional topic of Euthanasia. This show will be all about Euthanasia. We will discuss everything from when is the right time? How to deal with the loss of your pet: the grieving process. And, the most controversial of all, we will touch on euthanasia in the animal rescue community... Listeners are welcome to call in and chat the hosts. Or, feel free to dial in to speak with our guests. This week we will have Dr. Gerry Buchoff, Holistic DVM - http://www.holisticpetcarenj.com/ And: Joe Dwyer - Author/Dog Trainer/Pet Loss Counselor to discuss and offer their views. http://www.proclaiming-treasures.com/ This is a can't miss show!!
Sean shares the words of a terminally ill seminarian who explains why he hopes Brittany Maynard will reconsider her decision to end her life; Pope Francis calls for an end to capital punishment and life sentences; Sean talks about his family's struggle with addiction and the death of his brother from drug abuse.
LatinoTalk Texas is news, issues and interviews important to Latinos in America. Guest Andy Bravo calls in to discuss the issues today. Today, I discuss the vast differences in the Culture of Life and its nemesis, the Culture of Death also known as the Culture of Anti-Life or the Culture of New Morality of Immorality. I introduce this topic as being important in these days of Lent especially for Latinos who are mostly Catholic. Today, I compare the issues of Abortion, Homosexual marriage and euthanasia as being examples of the new morality of immorality. For example, Homosexuality is clearly immoral but by seeking through the courts under the pretense of "Equal Protection under the Law" to nullify enumerable state laws the set the guidelines for the state to sanction marriages the homosexual community hopes to gain such sanctions and make their relationships "normal" and part of a new morality. In other words they have sought to cast anyone who disagrees with them as a bigot and immoral themselves for defend their own moral standings. Thus, I point out the "New Morality of Immorality" which is not unrelated to other machinations of the culture of death or anti-life which also favors abortion on demand and euthanasia. How many cultures have practiced these horrific and immoral behaviors? Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, America in the days of the Indian Wars and many more. Today, in America, as I read there are expanding efforts to promote euthanasia which my caller, Andy Bravo mistook for End of Life Palliative care. That is why I discuss these issues so that Latinos in America will be well informed.