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Colmes Mocks Santorum’s Dead Child

This absolutely sickens me. It is the lowest of the low. Liberal Alan Colmes mocks Rick Santorum for treating his dead son with dignity. Colmes was suggesting that voters would shun Santorum once they “get a load of some of… Continue Reading →

Romney Stinks on End of Life Issues Too?

First we had the Michelle Bachmann fade and now we may be seeing Rick Perry fade. The one constant has been Mitt Romney. And that’s scaring me. A lot. I’m really starting to wonder if Mitt is actually going to… Continue Reading →

Refusing to Suffer is Refusing to Live

Chelsea Zimmerman wrote what I consider a must read of the day about how suffering must be accepted as part of life. A refusal to accept suffering has disastrous consequences. If you don’t know her, she’s a Catholic pro-life activist/blogger… Continue Reading →

Baby Abandoned in Alley Saved

I don’t know whether to call this a horrible or wonderful story. I’ll focus on the positive and say it’s wonderful because in the end a few people reacted with humanity towards a tiny baby who’d been abandoned and tossed… Continue Reading →

The Death Fetish in Hospitals

Anyone who’s had a loved one seriously ill in the hospital can tell you that if the medical community doesn’t see a good prognosis they will often do everything they can to hasten death. When my father had a heart… Continue Reading →

The Most Callous Thing You’ll Read Today

This is likely the most callous thing you’ll read today. The Gothamist: The 18-year-old who was allegedly high on Oxycontin and Xanax when she drove a passenger van into a Hempstead, Long Island home, fatally striking the home’s owner, was… Continue Reading →

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