The National Center for Life and Liberty has learned that a conscious, forty-six-year-old man is in a Texas hospital fighting for his life. He and his family are working with Texas Right to Life against hospital officials who want to “pull the plug” and hasten his death.
In recent years, the Internal Revenue Service was called on the carpet for targeting Tea Party groups and their applications for nonprofit status. Now the IRS has proposed a new regulation requiring you, as a donor, to disclose your Social Security number for any gift you make in excess of $250 to a nonprofit.
We have experienced a larger than usual response to our NCLL article on Terri Schiavo’s death in 2005. One of the questions readers have asked is: What evidence did you have that Terri was aware of what was going on around her? So, we thought everyone might like to know our answer to that question. Many Americans saw the TV video where Terri was following a balloon while being examined by one of the doctors who determined that she was not in a persistent vegetative state and that she could very likely be helped to improve with therapy. In addition to the video, Atty. Gibbs III and Atty. Barbara Weller, who assisted with the case, witnessed or heard about the following interactions with Terri:
Recently, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson characterized the controversy over Terri Schiavo's 2005 euthanasia case in Florida as "much ado about nothing." Attorney David C. Gibbs III, founder and chief general counsel of the National Center for Life and Liberty (NCLL), takes great exception to Dr. Carson’s comment. Gibbs was the attorney who represented Terri’s family in their efforts to save the life of their beloved but severely disabled daughter and sister.