Who are we to decide? A race which counts the number of self-inflicted murders by the tens of millions last century alone? My Faith teaches me to support the least of our Brothers. Not to support letting the Innocent suffer and die. La Shawn Barber points out that the best Florida’s judicial system can come [...]
Archive for February, 2005
Carolyn put her Sunday Bonnet on, and. . . Oh, she is indeed my Sweetie Pie.
Roger Simon reminds that she will be making the TV rounds with a Thursday ABC Prime Time appearance, but more importantly, that I have yet to read any of her books. Her Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior appears to be a must read. Ordered this and Emergence: Labeled [...]
If we do not protect the weak? Anchor Rising provides an excellent and detailed review of the many questions that have not been answered regarding Terri Schiavo. My questions are primarily two: First, why would a loving husband not want to seek therapy for his wife? Second, why would a loving husband fight so hard [...]
Here is a Plea to call President Bush. University of Florida students, speaking as a Student Body, have wisdom beyond their years. Testimonies from those formerly in a Persistent Vegetative State here and here. Primers on Terri’s history here and here.
This is a very helpful way to stay on top of this fast-moving story. Michelle Malkin also points out two other useful blogs at Pro-Life Blogs and BlogsforTerri.
Isn’t this headline a bit backwards: Fla. Right-To-Die Case Goes Back to Court Why, AP, do you insist on this? Isn’t this really, after all, a Right-To-Live case? CLEARWATER, Fla. – Terry Schiavo’s parents and husband square off in court today over whether he is fit to be her guardian. Of course not. More disgustingly: [...]
Sierra-at-Tahoe is only minutes away from home for Carolyn. Carolyn is in the foreground listening intently as her instructor Fernanda says “And, you don’t want to do this!” “Down the hill, pretend you’re flying like an eagle!” My daughter will soon be skiing better than I — OK, she probably already does. . . .