In its commitment to the sanctity of all human life, the National Center for Life and Liberty recently filed an amicus brief with the Florida Supreme Court, defending a Florida law that requires a 24-hour waiting period before any abortion.
In the wake of Kermit Gosnell’s abortion mill horrors, the state of Texas responsibly passed a 2013 law that requires abortion clinics have the same health standards as surgical centers and that physicians performing abortions have privileges at a nearby hospital to admit patients with complications.
In a deeply disconcerting though not surprising move, in early 2015, Canada joined five states in the US* in legalizing so-called “assisted dying,” allowing doctors nationwide to take the life of a suffering patient when the patient has a “grievous and irremediable” illness.
As most everyone knows by now, on Saturday May 28th, a 4-year-old boy visiting the Cincinnati Zoo fell into the enclosure of a 400-pound gorilla named Harambe. After a harrowing few minutes, the zoo’s dangerous animal response unit decided the boy was in “a life-threatening situation” and made the wise decision to protect his life by putting the gorilla down.