Tuesday, July 26, 2005

A little economics, assisted suicide

Cal Thomas on the deficit and government waste.

Plus, Herman Cain on the economic situation and what needs to be done.

And here's something from NRO back during the Schiavo battle. Professor Robert George talks about end-of-life decisions and specifically the Schiavo case.

The key principle upon which everything turns:
"What we must avoid, always and everywhere, is yielding to the temptation to regard some human lives, or the lives of human beings in certain conditions, as lebensunwerten Lebens, lives unworthy of life."

What do we do? "We rescue, we care. We affirm the inherent value of the life of every human being. Our governing principle should be always to care, never to kill."

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