Category: Assisted Suicide

Not So Subtle Coercion

The Guardian newspaper recently published an extensive and informative article on euthanasia and assisted suicide, Death on demand: has euthanasia gone too far? I have written about how coercion is a subtle yet powerful thing–here and now in the United States. This vignette from…

Witness For Life and Changes to the PAS Bill

Public testimony provided by Kris Correira, PA-C addressed an issue changed in the legislation filed in 2019. It eliminated the attack on religious freedom. In both 2017 and 2018, I publicly testified before the legislature regarding the dangers of the assisted suicide bill. In…

Unmasking in the Assisted Suicide Debate

“It was not what you did that damned you; it was what you were.” Peter Baehr wrote an interesting article at Mercatornet about his research into unmasking. He begins by musing, “Whatever happened to principled disagreement?” Unmasking is a technique that undermines this. “When…