In 1993, while most of his family was away at church, Robert Latimer took his 12-year-old daughter Tracy, disabled by cerebral palsy, out to the barn.
One doctor infamously said he didn’t need palliative care when he had euthanasia.
It rarely fails. I see a news story lauding a suicide-prevention program. But then I check it out.
Powerful forces want to compel doctors to violate their consciences in their professional lives.
This is not only authoritarian — shattering the guarantees of religious liberty in virtually all existing human-rights accords — but could cause a significant brain drain.