To my knowledge, not a single person in the U.S. has died of COVID due to lack of capacity of the healthcare system.
The increasing outsourcing of health-care policy to medical bureaucrats during the COVID-19 crisis illustrates a dangerous temptation.
In a world of bioethicists who primarily eschew the sanctity/equality of life ethic, Fordham University’s Charles Camosy is a refreshing ethicist worthy of the title.
The man is thoroughly reprehensible. No wonder the mainstream media is attracted to him like a magnet to metal.
My mother died of Alzheimer’s in my home last year. My uncle died of it several years ago. Believe me, I know what Alzheimer’s is like.