Sanctity of Life
Biden Nominates Pro-Abortion Lawyer to State Department Legal Post.
“Ms. Cleveland believes that an international expert should have final say in determining America’s policies regulating abortions – not U.S. courts,” a seasoned UN expert told the Friday Fax. “If she was ever called upon to advise about the UN system and asked whether the U.S. has the right to legislate on abortion, she would say no because the UN Human Rights Committee said abortion is an international right.”
Under General Comment 36, abortion on demand is one such “right” recognized by the UN Human Rights Council but not the U.S. government. If international human rights mechanism were permitted to dictate U.S. policy, then not only would the U.S. be obligated to allow abortion on demand up until birth, but it would be required to fund these abortions because it has ratified the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Read more
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Wants to Pay Off Student Loans for People Who Kill Babies in Abortions.
It is no secret that the abortion industry struggles to find workers. Most doctors and nurses go into the medical profession to heal patients, not kill them. So, to prop up the abortion industry, pro-abortion politicians have passed laws to allow nurses and midwives to abort unborn babies. California did in 2013 and several other states have followed, including New Jersey just this week.
But the abortion industry still is struggling to find workers, and now, with the possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court may overturn Roe v. Wade this year, Newsom wants to do more. Read more
Some New Zealanders with Cov** could be eligible for assisted dying.
The New Zealand government declared “in some circumstances a person with Cov**-19 may be eligible for assisted dying.”
The rationale for this decision was the Ministry’s definition concerning the statutory criteria that to be eligible for assisted dying, “a person must have a terminal illness that is likely to end their life within six months.” Such determination is made by the “attending medical practitioner and the independent medical practitioner.”
How often are such determinations correct? A major problem when physicians “play G-d” and make life or death decisions is the unpredictable and often inexplicable reality of recovery. Read more