Silencing the Conscience of Medical Professionals

Can there be any limits on conscience? Professor R. Alta Charo, who teaches law and bioethics at the University of Wisconsin Law and Medical Schools in Madison, writes in the New England Journal of Medicine that there should be, and that the law should require health care professionals to violate their consciences. Professor Charo’s article, though cleverly written, is blatant Culture of Death propaganda, complete with dubious and flatly ideological presuppositions masquerading as presumed facts and conventional medical ethics. Read

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Why We March

After 8 years of pro-abortion policies, political persecution and media denial, we now have an administration, the Senate and the House not only listening to our voices, but supporting what we say and know to be true: Human life is sacred, and the state, by its very nature, bears the great responsibility of protecting the right to life. Read

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