8,000 people died in 2020 by lethal injection in Canada’s euthanasia regime (and other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.

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I was privileged to interview Dr. George Vella, the current president of Malta, on his commitment to resign his office rather than sign a law decriminalizing abortion. You can read it in First Things.

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According to Canada’s 2020 euthanasia report, almost 8,000 people died by lethal injection, 4% of deaths in British Columbia were euthanasia deaths, and 1,412 people died of loneliness.

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According to C-Fam, the Biden Administration (represented by Kamala Harris) has joined other donors by promising billions at a recent U.N. event to the expansion of abortion abroad. This is funded, of course, by the American taxpayer.

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Atheist and humanist groups are suing Mississippi over the state’s license plate slogan “In God We Trust,” claiming that it is unconstitutional.

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Pro-life politicians in Northern Ireland have continued to delay abortion provision after Westminster imposed legal feticide on the nation three years ago. Now, the secretary of state for Northern Ireland has warned them that he will not “wait long” before moving to force it on NI once again.

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Abortion activists (like Robin Marty of the Yellowhammer Fund) have been planning for what happens if Roe falls for some time. In short, they’re planning to provide abortion pills and other feticide methods if states choose to ban it. Politico gives the details.

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Live Action News is reporting that Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has signed a raft of pro-life laws, including the life-saving Abortion Pill Reversal Act. Despite Biden’s pro-abortion policies, 2021 has been a record-breaking year for pro-life legislation on the state level.

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Rod Dreher explains why the Supreme Court’s decision to betray Baronelle Stutzman, the florist who would not make bouquets for a gay occasion, really hurts. After punting on the recent transgender bathroom case, the current conservative SCOTUS is far from a progressive’s worse nightmare. Thus far, they’re happy to deliver wins to the LGBT movement.

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More soon.

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One thought on “8,000 people died in 2020 by lethal injection in Canada’s euthanasia regime (and other stories)

  1. Navi says:

    SCOTUS gets thousands of petitions every term and must turn down the vast majority of them. Inevitably, everyone will be disappointed in some way sooner or later. So I wouldn’t write them off just yet. They’re still set to hear the biggest abortion case in nearly half a century.

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