Ending Futile Care Dehydrations in Texas
It has been a frustrating experience to witness the difficulties in repealing Texas’s oppressive futile care law that permits bioethics committees to order patients off wanted life-sustaining treatment based on “quality of life” (read money).
Opponents have been divided ...
Kill or Get Out of Medicine!
Medical martyrdom is coming, a term I coined to describe doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other such professionals being forced (soon) to choose between their callings and participating in the intentional taking of human life.
That is already the law of ...
1/3 Dutch GPs Would Kill Mentally Ill!
Whoa! Don’t tell me that euthanasia doesn’t lead off a vertical moral cliff: A recent survey of Netherlander MD general practitioners found that very high percentages would kill cancer patients, and 1/3 would be willing to euthanize the mentally ...
Animal Rightists Insult Holocaust Remembrance Day
April 16 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
And what do animal rights activists do? Declare a despicable and inexcusable moral equivalency between animal agriculture and eating meat with the torture and murder of 6 million Jews and others in the Nazi death ...
Animal Rights Opposes Successful Cancer Test
Dogs are amazing animals, intelligently designed by exceptional humans to serve us in so many ways. And in the course of that history, they became our best friends, giving and receiving so much love and joy.
Dogs can detect cancer, ...
Technocrats Again Attack Annual Physical
For years we have been told to get an annual physical. Catch diseases early, we were urged. It could save your life!
Now, with universal health care, the message has changed to, “wait until you have symptoms,” as the yearly ...
Mammoth Cloning: Paving Way for Human Cloning
Scientists are coming closer to being potentially able to resurrect extinct wholly mammoths through cloning (using mammoth DNA in elephant eggs) and–to keep animal rights activists off their backs–gestation in artificial wombs instead of female elephants. From the ...
Peter Singer's Ethics Should Not Be Applauded
In a world in which someone who makes a politically incorrect utterance can be ruined, Peter Singer should be anathema, given his truly awful beliefs.
Instead, he is looked to as a respected ethicist, for example, an article in the ...
Jack Kevorkian Professorships in Canadian Medical Schools
Now that the Canadian Supreme Court has imposed a nationwide euthanasia regime, doctors are going to have to learn to kill.
That’s not so easy. Some of the killed will be physically healthy since the new Charter right compels ...
Carnegie Council Pushes "Nature Rights"
Too few people comprehend how profoundly, if subtly, Big Bucks foundations impact our society and culture–and often not for the better. When the Foundations are pushing a meme, it needs to be taken very seriously.
The push for “nature ...
Why I Support IN's Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Much is being made about Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), particularly as to whether it could allow a florist a legal defense against discrimination litigation for refusing on religious grounds to arrange flowers for a same sex ...
Kevorkian's True Goal was Human Vivisection
The revisionism about Jack Kevorkian and his purposes will not stop–and it can’t be allowed to stand. The truth about K and what he was really after–his true motives–is too important, because it not only shows ...
Killing for Organs Push in The Atlantic
I have repeatedly warned about articles published in medical and bioethics journals advocating killing the profoundly disabled or dying for their organs.
The assault on the “dead donor rule” has now filtered down to the popular media. The Atlantic has ...
TED Talk Hears Chimps are "Slaves"
The personalization of some animals continues apace, and most people either don’t see, believe–or perhaps, care–that it is happening.
The prestigious TED Talk heard recently from Steven Wise, the attorney who leads the NonHuman Rights Project. Wise ...
World Down Syndrome Day Abortion Dereliction
March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day, a time for us to honor our brothers and sisters with Down and to stand tall for the value of their lives. From the Website:
21 March 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of World Down Syndrome ...
Lying NV Suicide Bill Lights Doctors' Pants on Fire
Assisted suicide is best done in the darkness.
How else explain the new trend in legalization schemes to force assisted suicide death doctors to lie on death certificates–thereby eradicating any and all transparency.
Now Nevada. From SB 336:
The person ...
Montana House Passes Assisted Suicide Ban
Assisted suicide is often pushed these days as inevitable, an agenda that can’t be stopped.
Never mind that theocratic Massachusetts voters said no to assisted suicide in 2012. Oops.
Now, in the wake of a muddled Supreme Court case stating ...
Dems to Kill Trafficking Bill Over Abortion
A human trafficking bill is set to be defeated by Democrats because a fund it establishes won’t pay for abortion. From the Politico story:
The aim of the bill, sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), is simple. It would ...
Bill to End Texas Death Panels
Texas has death panels.
It’s “medical futility” law, what I call Futile Care Theory, permits hospital bioethics committees to order patients off wanted life-sustaining treatment based on committee/doctors’ belief in the value of the patient’s life and ...
Restrict Means to Prevent Impulsive Suicide!
What a bizarre time in which to live.
On one hand, assisted suicide promotion is ubiquitous, in which prescribing a lethal overdose is pushed as “death with dignity.”
On the other, suicide prevention is beginning to focus on restricting the ...
Jahi Malpractice vs "She's Not Dead" Cases
To no one’s surprise, the family of Jahi McMath has sued Children’s Hospital of Oakland for medical malpractice. From the NJ.Com story:
The family of Jahi McMath — a teenager now living in the Somerset section of Franklin ...
Canadian Doctors Don't Want to Kill? TOUGH!
Until recently, physicians who did not want to participate in these human life-ending practices–abortion, euthanasia, assisted suicide–were allowed space to practice Hippocratic medicine regardless of the legal status of these killing procedures.
But that right of medical conscience ...
End Baby "Incompatible with Life" Bigotry
I am sure everyone agrees that the language we use to describe human beings is important. For example, we loathe the N-word because its very purpose is to denigrate, dehumanize, de-equalize, and degrade.
Ditto, my campaign to make the V-word ...
AI Computers Would Just be Machines
Every once in a while, when the world is too much with me, I turn to transhumanist advocacy for a little entertainment.
The would-be immoralist crowd’s latest craze concerns whether artificial intelligent computers–those supposedly able to “think” independently–...
Vermont Bill to Own Your Organs
I know my headline is a bit provocative, but there is a point.
A bill has been filed in Vermont for presumed consent to organ donation, and it would grant an explicit ownership interest in the organs of all dead ...
Human Exceptionalism Key to Human Equality
The morality of the 21st century will depend on how we respond to this simple but profound question: Does every human life have equal moral value simply and merely because it is human?
Answer yes to that question and it ...
MD Wrong to Refuse Lesbians' Baby Care
A pediatrician in Michigan refused to take a baby as a patient because the child’s parents are a married lesbian couple. From the USAToday story:
But as Jami and Krista Contreras sat in the exam room, waiting to be ...
"Morally Smarter" or Morally Myopic?
I am always amused when secularists present advances in contemporary morality as somehow due to SCIENCE.
Michael Shermer’s column in Reason exemplifies the presumption. He notes that IQ scores have been rising and correlates this with a higher morality–...
Thou Shalt Abort--and LIKE IT!
My First Things column this week warns against the coming ”medical martyrdom,” by which I mean that the minions of the culture of death intend to require doctors, nurses, and facilities to either kill (abortion, assisted suicide, etc.) or get ...
Special Order Baby Eugenics
The “choice” culture is so self-centered. We presume the right and ability to control everything. As a consequence, unconditional love is eroding as we think of ourselves as so special.
These trends are particularly evident in the baby-making industry. The ...
ISIS may be harvesting organs from its victims. From the CBSNews story:
Iraq’s ambassador to the United Nations asked the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday to look at allegations that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) ...
Julia Roberts Promotes "Sub-Humanism"
The new-greens are anti human.
Even conservation groups–a noble cause–now seethe with an unhealthy anti-humanism that is both nihilistic and destructive to the cause of better environmental practices. I mean, who is going to follow a flag proclaiming ...
Green County:"Nature Rights" or Secession!
I have been pounding the drum for several years now warning about the “nature rights” movement that would obliterate human exceptionalism and shatter our economies.
My good friend Joseph Bottum came upon the latest such lunacy in New Mexico, and ...
"Aid in Dying" IS Assisted Suicide
Sophistry, redefintion of terms, blurring vital distinctions, postmodern deconstruction of words–such are the weapons wielded by assisted suicide ideologues as they work unceasingly to undermine Hippocratic medical values and promote suicide as a “medical treatment.”
Here in California, the ...
The war on humans continues as attacks against human exceptionalism from the environmental movement keep on coming.
A recent column in High Country News pushes the meme that Mother Nature should have standing to bring lawsuits in court. From, “Should ...
"Starve Alzheimer's Patients" Pushed Again
The principle that all patients must always receive humane care is under pronounced assault in bioethics, Indeed, some bioethicists now argue that nursing homes should be required to starve Alzheimer’s patients to death–even if they willingly eat, and ...
Canadian Docs OK Putting Patients Down
In the wake of Canada’s Supreme Court ordering full-tilt Belgium euthanasia yesterday, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association now says it is just fine for doctors to put patients down. (Hey, if the docs are going to embrace veterinarian-style ethics, ...
Compassion and Choices Hearts Canada Euthanasia
Compassion and Choices has been running a scam for many years. Here’s the baloney pile: It support assisted suicide only for the terminally ill when nothing else can be done to alleviate suffering.
The Canadian Supreme Court just forced ...
Hospice's Flaccid Defense Against Hemlock
Technically, the hospice movement is part of the diverse coalition opposing assisted suicide.
But people would be excused for being unaware of the hospice position since the organized movement has generally gone silent on the issue–in my view, abdicating ...
Anything Goes UK OKs Three-Parent Babies
We live in an anything goes culture in which preventing suffering or using medicine to achieve every life desire rules all.
The UK Parliament voted to approve the creation of three-parent embryos. From the BBC story:
The UK is now ...
Cousins Commit Joint Suicide at Swiss Clinic
Two elderly cousins, who worried about being separated, have flown to Switzerland where they were made dead while holding hands. From the Telegraph story:
Stuart Henderson, 86, and Phyllis McConachie, 89, took their lives together in a Swiss clinic in November last ...
Pro Virus Anti Human Vaccine Hater
This is so potentially destructive of human life that it has to be considered part of the “war on humans.”
Dr. Jack Wolfson believes we should leave the poor viruses that kill us alone by stopping vaccinations. After all, they ...
Dutch "Better Killed than Disabled" Bigotry
I have been reporting on the non-voluntary euthanasia deaths in the Netherlands for more than 20 years, the infanticide, euthanasia of the elderly “tired of life,” psychiatrists killing the mentally ill.
Often people hear this truth and yawn, “Oh, hum–but ...
My Bioethics Predictions for 2015
Each year, the Center for Bioethics and Culture asks me to predict the coming 12 months in bioethics. I have a very good record. For example, last year I made his prediction about Jahi McMath that some would have considered reckless, ...
UK Female Genital Mutilation Epidemic
This is awful and barbaric: The Independent reports that nearly 500 cases of female genital mutilation were discovered in just 1 month! From the story:
Almost 500 newly identified cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) were reported by hospitals across England in one ...
Culture "Debate" Not Possible in America
I have been in the trenches of fighting against assisted suicide, health care rationing, radical animal rights, anti-human environmentalism, etc. ad nauseam, for more than 20 years.
About five years ago it hit me like a punch: We can no longer ...
Big Step Toward Human Fetal Farming!
I have warned for some time that we may one day use aborted human fetuses as sources of organs.
Now, scientists have transplanted human kidneys from killed fetuses and grown them in rats. From the LiveScience story:
Researchers say they ...
Dutch Eutanasia for Tinnitus!
Euthanasia is a voracious beast, its hunger never assuaged.
Now, in the Netherlands, a woman was lethally injected because of severe tinnitus. From the DutchNews.nl story:
A special clinic in The Hague, set up to help people whose doctors ...
PBS's Nonjudgmentalism on Belgian Euthanasia
Well, at least they reported accurately that Belgium doctors euthanize mentally ill people.
But the utterly non-judgmental tone of this PBS story is truly chilling. From, “The Right to Die in Beligium:”
MEGAN THOMPSON: As she opens the door to ...
Humanists Support Robin Williams' Suicide?
The Humanist has an article out promoting assisted suicide as a “choice.” issue that should be available for anyone with more than a transitory desire to die.
The issue of death-on-demand–which lies at the heart of the euthanasia movement–...
Madness: Chimps Granted Habeas Corpus
I have been warning for several years about how all it will only take is one judge to break the species barriers. That judge was found by animal rights fanatics at the NonHuman Rights Project granting a writ of habeas ...
Father Should Have Equal Rights to IVF Embryos
What a mess some of the new reproductive technologies are making. Example, two celebrities (showing my age, I haven’t a clue who they are) apparently are in a legal dispute about whether their frozen embryos have to be preserved. ...
Softening Ground for "Rational" Elder Suicide
The assisted suicide movement is pushing society in a pro-suicide direction. You see, it isn’t about terminal illness at all. It is an ideology that sees suicide as an acceptable–perhaps desirable–way to end suffering.
Accepting that premise ...
Machines Always Things, Never "Persons"
In light of the transhumanist advocacy for “machine rights,” should artificial intelligence (AI) ever be invented, I decided to weigh in over at First Things on the craziness of it all.
First, I write, machines will always be things, not “...
Lauren Hill Should be "Extraordinary Person"
Brittany Maynard was lauded internationally–at A-list movie star decibels–because she committed suicide rather than face the difficulties of terminal brain cancer.
But 19-year-old Lauren Hill–also with terminal brain cancer–received far more subdued coverage.
You see, Hill ...
Why Not Increase Suicide Eligibilty to 1 Year?
The suicide pushers always point to Oregon as supposed proof that assisted suicide can be managed and controlled with out abuse. It’s all Kabuki Theater.
Now, a proposal has been filed to expand eligibility to receive doctor-prescribed death from ...
Love as the Heart of Human Exceptionalism
In my last post, I discussed ethics associated with Singer that would include infanticide, broad abortion, euthanasia, permission for bestiality, and doing medical experiments on the disabled.
Today, let’s look at an example of HE ethics and to where ...
Now It's a Wrongful Conception Lawsuit
When eugenics goes bad.
Ten years ago a lesbian couple purchased an artificial insemination, thinking that their sperm seller was a brilliant scientist. They found out he is a mentally ill criminal.
Naturally, a lawsuit ensued. From the Atlanta Journal ...
AP's Pro Animal Rights Style Bias
Animal rights and animal welfare are two different concepts.
The former is an ideology that creates an explicit moral equivalence or equality between animals and humans. In this view, what is done to an animal must be judged in the ...
The Cruelty of Terri Schiavo's Death
During the Terri Schiavo debacle, I would often debate bioethicists and others who claimed that Terri’s death would be gentle.
These advocates either intentionally or ignorantly conflated two different circumstances.
1. The first, taking food and water from someone whose ...
Don't "Earth Hour:" Celebrate Electricity!
Electricity has done more good for humanity than, perhaps, any other technological advance. Water is purified. Homes are lit and heated. Industry hums. Hospital technology saves lives.
But today is Earth Hour, an annual event that treats our electrified world ...
Good Grief: More Pushing for "Machine Rights"
As if the world isn’t already mad enough: The futurists are at it again, assuming that machines programmed to the level of artificial intelligence (AI)–in other words, to self program independently without human input or control–should be ...
Changed Mind About Euthanasia? Oh Hum.
The media love hastened death!
When someone wants illegal euthanasia it makes headlines around the world!
Brittany Maynard was named one of the most extraordinary people of 2014 by CNN because she committed suicide rather than dying naturally of cancer. People ...
Shrinks Treat Suicide Wish with Euthanasia
“It will never happen,” I used to hear from supporters of assisted suicide when I warned that once killing is accepted as an answer to human suffering, it would metastasize from the terminally ill through the mentally ill.
Now that ...
Canada to Couple Euthanasia and Organ Harvesting?
In my very first anti-euthanasia article, published by Newsweek in 1993, I warned that legalizing assisted suicide would lead to “organ harvesting as a plum to society.”
That dark prophesy has come true in Netherlands and Belgium, aimed specifically at people ...
Belgium: 18% Doctors-Patient Kill Rate
Belgium has surpassed the Netherlands as the hastened death capital of the world.
A study out of Flanders, published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that 18% of patients deaths come either from lethal injection/assisted suicide or from ...
Compassion and Choices Takes Over NY Times
To no one’s surprise, the New York Times has editorialized in favor of assisted suicide.
It is telling about the current state of the elite media how closely the Times’ lackeys editorialists hew to the Hemlock Society Compassion and ...
Rational Suicide = "The New Jim Crow"
I am updating my 2001 book, Culture of Death: The Assault on Medical Ethics in America, for a new edition to come out next year. It was first published in 2001, and so much has happened since!
In going over my files, ...
Brisk Business at Swiss Suicide Clinics
Suicide is trending these days, as the international media glamorizes assisted suicide and euthanasia. It’s become so IN dahling!
As a result, business is brisk at Exit,one of Switzerland’s two main suicide organizations that also run suicide ...
An awful person poisoned “Jagger,” a prize wining Irish setter. The killing was a terrible cruelty and a serious crime of animal abuse. I hope the criminal is caught and suitably punished.
But it wasn’t “murder.”
Only human beings ...
UK Greens Want Human Rights for Flies
The UK Green Party has joined the war on humans. The Party’s election platform calls for expanding the UN’s Declaration on Human Rights to all sentient life forms. From the Telegraph story:
Article Five of the UN Declaration ...
Terri Schiavo has Become an Icon
Over at First Things, I reflect on the powerful societal divisions that our reactions to Terri Schiavo reveal. From, “The Great Terri Schiavo Divide:”
At the end of this month, Terri Schiavo will be ten years dead. But she is ...
Forced Starvation Attempt Appeal Dismissed
Good news: The case that sought to force a nursing home to starve an Alzheimer’s patient to death–even though she willingly took nourishment–has been dismissed. From the Advocate Daily story:
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has ...
Suicide Advocacy Hurts the Sick
The herd media always present assisted suicide as compassionate and caring. To the contrary, it is ultimately abandoning and promotes invidious discrimination against the sick and disabled, seen broadly as unworthy of protecting from suicide.
Over the years, people struggling ...
Suicide Prevention Facebook Style
Facebook has decided to try and prevent suicides. From the San Francisco Chronicle story:
When people write about harming themselves on Facebook, their friends can ask Facebook to review the post because it’s “hurtful, threatening or suicidal.”
A team ...
Of the Death Penalty & the Hippocratic Oath
We live in a topsy-turvy world. On one hand, advocates of abortion and assisted suicide have shattered the Hippocratic Oath so that doctors can be free to take human life and still be considered professionals.
At the same time that ...
MDs Can't Control Pain, Can Kill
Brilliant! The same Canadian doctors who are apparently very poorly trained in palliative care, have been given a license to kill by the recent radical ruing of the country’s Supreme Court.
This medical and potentially humanitarian mess is sorted ...
Columnist: Euthanasia = "Natural Death"
Sometimes, all I can do is I scratch my head. A Guardian columnist named Tim Lott supports the willingness of Dutch doctors to kill patients “tired of life,” as proof they believe in natural death. From, “We’ll All Die ...
Assisted Suicide Explored on Dead Reckoning
Dead Reckoning is an interesting Christian interview program, hosted by Brian Matson and Jay Friesen, that touches on a lot of contemporary social and cultural issues. They aim their show at a younger demographic (than me), but despite my fogeyhood, ...
Forcing Doctors to Lie About Assisted Suicide
California’s assisted suicide bill would–like Washington’s law–require doctors to lie about the cause of death in assisted suicide. From SB 128:
443.7. (a) Unless otherwise prohibited by law, the attending physician may sign the qualified individual’s death ...
At Least 1000 Californians Would Commit Legal Assisted Suicide Each Year
The bogus Oregon death with dignity assisted suicide statistics are out, and the numbers are up again.
According to the report–based on physician self-reporting–in 2014, 105 people overdosed themselves with drugs obtained via a doctor’s prescription (usually, facilitated in ...
Rescind Jahi Death Certificate Request Coming
According to a media report out of New Jersey, a third doctor–the others are Shewmon and Calixto–has signed a declaration stating Jahi McMath is not brain dead. The family attorney Chris Dolan says he will petition the California ...
The Netherlander Euthanasia Contagion
Newsweek has a long article–in which I briefly appear–exploring how and why the euthanasia monster broke its fetters to turn the Netherlands into ground zero for the culture of death (now seriously challenged by the even more death-enthusiastic ...
We live in very unethical times. The human cloning fraudster, Hwang Woo-suk, has hit it big with a new stem cell startup. From the AAAS story:
The scientist who once fraudulently claimed to have created embryonic stem cells matched to ...
Murderer Latimer Supports Canadian Euthanasia
One Sunday, Robert Latimer carried his 12-year-old daughter to the family pickup truck parked in the barn. He placed the girl, disabled by cerebral palsy, in the vehicle and started the engine. He closed the doors and asphyxiated Tracy to ...
Canada Euthanasia: Remediable = Irremediable
I have now fully digested the Canada Supreme Court’s absurd ruling lethally injecting euthanasia into the Maple Leaf vein. My stomach hurts.
Why do I use the word, “absurd?” Because words, definitions, meanings, common sense meant nothing in the ...
Colorado Committee Rejects Assisted Suicide
We never say die!
A bipartisan vote rejected assisted suicide–hopefully killing it for the session. From the Denver Post story:
A bill that would have legalized assisted suicide in Colorado failed in a legislative committee on an 8-5 bipartisan ...
Euthanasia: Supremes Turn Canada Into Belgium!
The Canadian Supreme Court just unleashed the evils of Belgium euthanasia on all of Canada in a unanimous vote. From the Reuters story:
The Supreme Court of Canada overturned a ban on physician-assisted suicide on Friday, unanimously reversing a decision ...
Doctors Want to Force Doctors to Kill
The culture of death brooks no dissent.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan has published a draft ethics policy that would force doctors to perform abortions on demand–and presumably assisted suicide, if the Canadian Supreme Court ...
Boo Hoo, Poor Michael Schiavo
Ever since Jeb Bush made noises about running for president, Michael Schiavo–who won a court ruling having his wife dehydrated to death–has been bashing Bush for trying to save Terri’s life.
Now, in Politico, a totally one-sided ...
France Animals "Living Beings Gifted Sentience"
France has changed the law regarding pets and domesticated animals. They are no longer “movable property” under the law but “living being gifted sentience.” From the The Speaker story:
Animals are now considered to be “living beings gifted sentience.” In ...
Of the "Death Test" and Death Panels
When the NHS adopted the “Liverpool Care Pathway” to guarantee quality palliative care, it led to bureaucratic checklist medicine, back door euthanasia, and the terminal sedation dehydration deaths of non-terminally ill patients. It became such a scandal that the LCP ...
David Suzuki's Anti-Human "Blue Dot" Campaign
The Canadian environmental radical, David Suzuki, is at it again. Not content with denigrating humans as “maggots” that go around defecating on the environment, he now wants to add a “right” in the Canadian Charter to “a clean environment.” As ...
Humans "Worse Than Alien Invasion" Debunked
The animal rights movement accuses those of us who believe in human exceptionalism of having no empathy for animals. In actuality, animal welfare and anti-cruelty laws demonstrate the opposite. It’s just that those of us who reject animal rights ...
With assisted suicide, abortion, and starving Alzheimer’s patients to death on the bioethics agenda, the acute question is raised, whether doctors can be forced to kill–or be complicit in the killing–of human fetuses and born people.
A Right to "Personal Recreationism?"
Forgetting the maxim, “Where fools rush in where angels fear to tread,” over at First Things, I weigh in on the “T” of GLBT, and what creating rights around that issue might portend.
I describe some of the latest developments ...
Let's Force Doctors to Starve Alzheimer's Patients!
Immoral bioethical policies and practices advance toward implementation through discourse–first in professional journals, and then in elite popular media columns.
That process is now gearing up regarding what I call “VSED-by-Proxy.”
VSED stands for “voluntary stopping eating and drinking”–...
Again with "Anti-Born Kids" Anti-Pro-Life Slur
Before I got into anti-assisted suicide work in 1993, I never hung out with pro-lifers. I only knew a few and didn’t engage the issues in which they were interested.
That changed fast once I joined the euthanasia fray, as ...
Sperm Donor as Human Stud Bull
Isn’t it amazing how often “progressive” human fertility industry practices mimic methods of animal husbandry?
Latest example: The Hollywood Reporter cheerily reports about “23 Hollywood moms” who had children by the same sperm donor.
When Violet was a toddler, Fain ...
Media Fails to Connect PVS Dehydration Dots
Count on the media to miss the obvious angle when it comes to the culture of death.
The story of Martin Pistorius–believed falsely to have been unconscious for 12 years–is all over the mainstream media. NPR is typical: