Bobby Schindler's Columns

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The Daily Caller, Can President-Elect Trump Save Our Health Care, December 8, 2016

National Review Online, What Terri Schiavo Still Can Teach Us, March 31, 2016

The Wall Street Journal, Jeb Bush Was Right to Try to Save Terri Schiavo, February 25, 2015

The Washington Times, My Sister Terri Schiavo Was Alive Like Jahi McMath, January 16, 2014

TIME, Remember The Humanity of Jahi McMath, January 14, 2014

World Net Daily, Terri Schiavo: Her Death Marked a Beginning, March 31, 2013, Drinking the Pro-Death Kool Aid, March 31, 2012

World Net Daily, A Diagnosis that Kills, December 15, 2011, Hospital Limits Merely the Beginning of Obamacare, October 31, 2011, Killing More Than Just the Patient, March 31, 2011, From Unthinkable to Ordinary, November 20, 2010, Remembering Terri Schiavo: A Five-Year Anniversary Marked By Cruel Bigotry, March 31, 2010, New Research Cast Increasing Doubt on Schiavo's Death, February 17, 2010, Kill the Diagnosis, Not the Patient, October 23, 2009, The Presidents Torturous Dilemma, May 30, 2009, The Canary is Donning Her Gas Mask, March 31, 2009, Eluana Englaro, The Terri Schiavo of Italy, February 9, 2009, What Future for the Cause of Life?, December 9, 2008, The Audacity of Hypocrisy, August 25, 2008, Competent Enough to Live, June 13, 2008, My Sister's Regret, March 31, 2008

The Washington Times, False Compassion, February 18, 2008

Dakota Voice, Please Don't Confuse This Story with Terri Schiavo, July 11, 2007

World Net Daily, Killing as a Career Choice, June 9, 2007

Chicago Tribune, Since When Does Pro-Life Mean Killing the Disabled?, May 20, 2007

World Net Daily, The Dehydration Death of a Nation, March 30, 2007

World Net Daily, Politicians Still Wrong on Terri's Case, March 21, 2007


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