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  • Beating Traumatic Brain Injury
  • 4/10/2013
  • (BeauregardDailyNews) - It was Superbowl Sunday of 2007, and Karen Cadle of Jackson, Miss., was lighting a stack of firewood in her fireplace to stay warm on a chilly winter night.
  • Suicide Shouldn't Be Easy to Accomplish
  • 4/09/2013
  • (NRO) - Switzerland is Jack Kevorkian (pictured) as a country. Just as suicidal people used to fly to Michigan to be made dead by him, they now fly to Switzerland to be made dead at Swiss suicide clinics. Some say that this is a reason to legalize assisted suicide.
  • Palin Keynotes Terri Schiavo Gala: All Life Has 'Worth That's Immeasurable'
  • 4/08/2013
  • (Breitbart) - On Friday night in Philadelphia, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin keynoted an event designed to honor Terri Schiavo and defend life, delivering a heartfelt speech at the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network's Award Gala in front of a packed ballroom of supporters in which she declared that nothing was more "important than defending the right to life."
  • The Execution of an Innocent in Florida
  • 4/05/2013
  • (American Thinker) - In this instant media age even the most horrific tragedies and the lessons they teach us can quickly disappear. Some events, especially those that scream injustice and discrimination, deserve to never be forgotten.
  • Foundation Inspired By Terri Schiavo Case Has Local Ties
  • 4/03/2013
  • (Main Line Media News) - In the early 2000s, America was gripped by the very public legal battle over care for a profoundly brain-damaged young Florida woman.
  • Does America Need Its Own Schindler's List?
  • 4/02/2013
  • (Pat Donahue/Fox News) - Every age needs courageous individuals to stand up for those who have no voice. Steven Spielberg's movie, "Schindler's List," made the world aware of the heroic efforts of a German businessman, Oskar Schindler, who saved more than 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust.
  • Terri Schiavo: Her Death Marked a Beginning
  • 4/01/2013
  • (By Bobby Schindler/WND) - For members of any family, an order of execution issued by a judge for a loved one is devastating news - it's catastrophic to learn that someone you have known all your life is going to be killed by the state.
  • Anniversary of an Execution
  • 3/19/2013
  • (NCG) - Eight years ago today, on Friday, March 18, 2005, less than an hour after Sixth Circuit Court Judge George W. Greer had defied subpoenas issued by a Congressional committee for Terri Schindler Schiavo to appear as a federal witness in a Congressional investigation, attorneys for Terri's parents, Mary and Bob Schindler, visited their daughter to tell her that the death order was going to be executed, that she would die.
  • Donald Berwick Gets His Dream Job at NHS
  • 3/15/2013
  • (NRO) - The NHS is a disaster, squared-caused by socialized systems, rationing, and centralized control. Over the years, I have reported here on women giving birth in hospital hallways, people being kept waiting in ambulances before entering ERs in order to permit hospitals to comply with waiting time directives from on high, and myriad other horrors.
  • Remembering Terri Schiavo: Governor Palin to Headline National Terri's Day
  • 3/14/2013
  • (Press Release) - Highlights include Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network Award Gala/Dinner featuring Governor Palin and memorial mass with Archbishop Chaput