Euthanasia

'Ethicist' Columnist Chooses Infanticide Advocate to Comment on Dog Dilemma

Peter Singer: "The wrongness of killing a dog is nothing like the wrongness of killing a normal non-infant human being." Notice the exceptions Singer carves out.

The 'Fiercely Principled' Jack Kevorkian Helped 'Spur the Growth of Hospice Care'

A Times obituary for Jack Kevorkian, who practiced ad-hoc euthanasia, gave him credit for principle while eliding much of his creepiness, recounted by a fellow Times reporter: "Kevorkian was ...

'Dying House' to Open in Oregon, ABC Worries About 'Taste'

Network more concerned with tackiness of business than assisted suicide itself.

The Times Explains It All on Obama-Care: Don't Worry, Conservatives

The Times tries to calm conservative fears about abortion coverage and "end of life services," but its defenses of Obama-care fail to settle the matter.

Snyderman, Connolly Declare It Their Duty to 'Raise' Bar on ObamaCare Debate

MSNBC's 'Dr. Nancy' and Washington Post staff writer maintain it is 'incumbent upon' journalists to steer the dialogue of the health care discussion.

TIME Plays TV Doctor: Suggests Vatican Gave Pope John Paul II A Push Into Death

TIME promotes the views of an Italian doctor who did what the magazine condemned Senator Bill Frist for doing: diagnosing a patient from video footage.
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