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  • Terri Schiavo Archives: A Permanent Place at Ave Maria University for Learning Terri Schiavo's...

    01/19/2017 7:35:40 AM PST · by Morgana · 20 replies
    christiannewswire ^ | January 18, 2017 | staff
    FULL TITLE: Terri Schiavo Archives: A Permanent Place at Ave Maria University for Learning Terri Schiavo's Historic Story PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 18, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- Terri Schiavo's 2005 death by starvation and dehydration marked the start of America's slide toward treating euthanasia generally, and assisted suicide specifically, as if they were forms of medicine. Knowing the true story of Terri's fight is important for understanding the roots of America's culture of death. Since Terri Schiavo's death, her parents and siblings—Mary and Robert Schindler, and siblings Bobby and Suzanne—have envisioned a supportive, permanent home for the public records that tell the...
  • Still Waiting

    02/02/2007 3:49:53 AM PST · by 8mmMauser · 1,706 replies · 16,697+ views
    Dakota Voice ^ | 1/29/2007 | Carrie K. Hutchens
    I don't know about anyone else, but I am still waiting for Michael Schiavo to make a correction on his blog about what "actually" took place in Colorado when he went there (to the debate) to supposedly ask Congresswoman Musgrave one question and she and her staff supposedly tried to have him removed. He called it, "My unreal night in Colorado - with radio link" (Thu Oct 26, 2006 at 08:05:14 PM PST). I'll say (from what I read) that it was his "unreal night". As I said before in "Standing up and Admitting a Mistake: Not Schiavo's Style?",  if...
  • Terri's Day and nation's independence protects life culture

    05/30/2006 11:14:37 AM PDT · by KevinNuPac · 1,830 replies · 15,479+ views
    Renew America ^ | May 29, 2006 | Kevin Fobbs
    Terri's Day and nation's independence protects life culture Kevin Fobbs May 29, 2006 America's Culture of Life is truly the legacy of one woman whose death forever changed our nation because of actions that were not in her hands but in those of her husband and his lawyers. Yet for millions of Americans we will forever link our own celebration of our nation's independence to the courage of the Schindler family to go forward past the tragedy, past the personal sorrow, past the searing anguish to help America draw a distinct line in the sand, to issue a clarion call...
  • What if it had been your child to suffer as Terri Schiavo did?

    04/10/2006 9:51:17 AM PDT · by KevinNuPac · 209 replies · 4,133+ views
    Renew America ^ | April 10, 2006 | Kevin Fobbs
    What if it had been your child to suffer as Terri Schiavo did? Kevin Fobbs April 10, 2006 Should America just simply move on if it was your child who suddenly was incapacitated and went through Terri Schiavo's experience? It is an interesting question, because there are those in the media and even probably in your office, your neighborhood or even your family who have said well just let the "poor woman" rest. Well I don't think America can do that because it could have been said about any innocent person who was taken to a crucifixion, or lynched from...
  • Constitutional amendment would have protected Terri Schiavo from starvation death

    04/04/2006 9:51:17 AM PDT · by KevinNuPac · 18 replies · 751+ views
    Renew America ^ | April 3, 2006 | Kevin Fobbs
    Constitutional amendment would have protected Terri Schiavo from starvation death Kevin Fobbs April 3, 2006 Terri Schiavo would be alive today if the Founding Fathers had only thought to add to the Constitution "Food and Water" to the basic inalienable rights of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. There would be no need of an official Terri's Day. The Founding Fathers did not consider hydration and nutrition because it appeared no civilized nation at the time had deprived their citizens, not even their convicted criminals of that basic right, so therefore the thinking had to be, why include the obvious?...
  • A Sad Anniversary

    03/27/2006 8:47:18 PM PST · by TBP · 6 replies · 527+ views
    Freedom News ^ | March 22, 2006 | Tim
    The end of this month marks the anniversary of the judicially-ordered killing of Terri Schiavo, age 41, carried out at the behest of her husband who was living with another woman and his Scientologist lawyer. She was not brain-dead. She could breathe on her own. Yet despite the best efforts of Terri's family and the pro-life and disability-rights communities, the courts ordered Terri Schiavo to be killed by dehydration. Rush Limbaugh described the day as "the day our country hit rock bottom." One year later, it is still an apt description. Terri Schiavo left no written instructions nor a living...
  • Michael Schiavo's statements make best case for Terri's Day movement

    03/27/2006 1:07:31 PM PST · by KevinNuPac · 4 replies · 539+ views
    Renew America ^ | March 27,2006 | Kevin Fobbs
    Michael Schiavo's statements make best case for Terri's Day movement Kevin Fobbs March 27, 2006 Michael Schiavo attempted to appear pious as he answered NBC Matt Lauer's question on what was Terri's wishes on end of life on Dateline Sunday evening. It was pure theater but what many viewers may have missed was the essence of Michael Schiavo's answer when he claimed Terri did not want to be a "burden" to anyone. Being a burden is why the court allowed her to be killed. Being a burden is now a mortal crime punishable by death. Didn't America hear the argument...
  • Terri Schiavo became victim of Michigan's Dr. Death

    03/22/2006 10:38:49 AM PST · by KevinNuPac · 49 replies · 1,744+ views
    Renew America ^ | March 21, 2006 | Kevin Fobbs
    Terri Schiavo became victim of Michigan's Dr. Death Kevin Fobbs March 21, 2006 He was an author of the macabre — an artist who relished in morbid artwork. A failed movie producer who perfected a machine in 1989 called "the Thanatron" — meaning "death machine" in Greek — which he used the very next year to usher in an era — a new era labeled for his moniker, "Dr. Death" inextricably tied to a new culture of death. Approximately 130 people became victims of his death machine — including one 27 year-old Floridian woman. Her name: Terri Schindler Schiavo who...
  • Defying the Death Culture (Stoke Victim Nearly Suffered the fate of Terri Schiavo)

    06/11/2005 5:33:06 PM PDT · by Coleus · 10 replies · 1,897+ views
    The New American ^ | 05.16.05 | Ann V. Shibler
    New Zealand-born Kate Adamson-Klugman experienced a double brainstem stroke in 1995 at the age of 33. She was helpless and completely paralyzed, suffering from "locked-in syn­drome." Kate thought she was clear in her own mind about what she would want if she ever experienced a catastrophic injury or illness. She knew she would face death bravely; she wanted no heroics. But as she lay in an intensive care unit, listening to the doctors talk about her own impending death and their plans not to treat her, her ideas of medical aid toward incapacitated persons drastically changed. Her own will to...
  • Schiavo autopsy does not alter church's pro-life stand, official says

    06/18/2005 6:34:47 PM PDT · by Coleus · 15 replies · 668+ views
    Catholic News Service ^ | 06.17.05 | Nancy Frazier O'Brien
    Schiavo autopsy does not alter church's pro-life stand, official says WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The autopsy results on Terri Schindler Schiavo are irrelevant to the church's stand in support of her human dignity and against removal of her feeding tube in March, a Catholic pro-life official said June 16. "Our position was not based on predictions about her likelihood of recovery," said Richard M. Doerflinger, deputy director of the U.S. bishops' Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, in a telephone interview from Chicago. "It was based on her dignity as a human person." Schiavo, 41, died March 31, nearly two weeks after her...
  • Teaching Euthanasia (in American Catholic universities)

    06/10/2005 9:56:36 PM PDT · by Coleus · 44 replies · 5,187+ views
    Crisis ^ | June 2005 | Patrick J.Reilly
    Teaching EuthanasiaBy Patrick J.Reilly The intense battle to prevent Terri Schiavo's husband from removing her feeding tube was horrible enough. To think that some American Catholic universities—and their ethics, theology, law, and medical professors—bear some responsibility for Schiavo's  slow death is almost too much to imagine. Yet prior to Schiavo's death, professors from top Catholic universities helped convince the courts and the public that removing her feeding tube was acceptable and consistent with Catholic teaching—even while the Vatican said it was euthanasia. Several professors sought to publicly undermine Pope John Paul II's clear statements on the moral obligation to feed and hydrate...
  • Buffalo Firefighter Awakens from 10 Year Coma

    05/02/2005 12:02:37 PM PDT · by bolingbroke · 49 replies · 3,496+ views
    WBEN Radio, Buffalo, NY ^ | May 2, 2005 | Paul Szelgowski
    In what family members are calling a miracle, a Buffalo firefighter is talking again after nearly a decade in a brain-damaged state. Donald Herbert suffered severe injuries when a roof collapsed on him while he was fighting a fire in December 1995. The injury left him brain damaged and unable to speak.
  • Judge: We're not Germany or Russia * Thompson orders children's custody hearing open to public

    04/21/2005 12:38:25 PM PDT · by Woodstock · 7 replies · 1,242+ views
    www.cecilwhig.com ^ | Thursday, April 21, 2005 8:48 AM EDT | Mike Spector
    Cecil Circuit Court Judge Dexter M. Thompson Jr. decried lawyers' arguments that a child custody hearing should be closed to the public Wednesday, saying such a move would be akin to creating atmospheres similar to historically totalitarian states. The heated exchange came at the start of a hearing in which the county's social services department attempted to retain custody of John Joseph Dougherty's three daughters. Dougherty, 53, faces a second-degree murder charge after police found his brain-damaged wife dead on a mattress, surrounded by moldy food and her own excrement. "Maybe we should be more like Germany or Russia," the...
  • Murder alleged in homemade prison case * Grand jury levels new charge following autopsy evidence

    04/21/2005 12:32:09 PM PDT · by Woodstock · 23 replies · 1,035+ views
    Cecil Whig ^ | Wednesday, April 20, 2005 | Mike Spector
    A grand jury has indicted an Elkton man on a murder charge, six weeks after police found his emaciated wife dead in a bedroom amidst squalid conditions. John Joseph Dougherty, 53, faces a second-degree murder charge in the indictment, handed up last week after the grand jury heard new evidence against him. Dougherty already faced manslaughter and abuse charges in an indictment handed up March 17. The new indictment, unsealed yesterday, included those charges and added the murder charge. Dougherty is accused of causing his wife's death by keeping her locked in a bedroom for six years without access to...
  • Judge returns children to accused killer

    04/21/2005 11:13:31 AM PDT · by Woodstock · 9 replies · 951+ views
    Cecil whig ^ | Thursday, April 21, 2005 8:48 AM EDT | Mike Spector
    An Elkton man accused of murdering his brain-damaged wife by keeping her locked in a bedroom regained custody of his three daughters Wednesday. Judge Dexter M. Thompson Jr. returned the children to John Joseph Dougherty, 53, after a hearing that lasted all afternoon in circuit court. The county's social services department took custody of the children Feb. 25, after police found their mother dead on a mattress amidst squalid conditions in their Chestnut Drive home.
  • Man accused of locking up woman faces murder count

    04/21/2005 6:31:17 AM PDT · by maica · 17 replies · 968+ views
    The Baltimore Sun ^ | 21 April 2005 | Associated Press
    ELKTON - New evidence against an Elkton man accused of locking up the mother of his children for six years until her death has prompted a Cecil County grand jury to increase the charges against him from manslaughter to second-degree murder. John Joseph Dougherty, 53, told authorities that he started keeping Mary Elizabeth Kilrain, 46, in a bedroom in 1999 after she suffered an aneurysm and became verbally aggressive toward their daughters, according to police. He told authorities that he wanted to keep her from wandering around the house. Kilrain did not have access to food, water and hygiene, prosecutors...
  • You're Either Dead Right Or Dead Wrong

    04/01/2005 2:28:21 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 29 replies · 992+ views
    Tampa Tribune ^ | April 1, 2005 | STEVE OTTO
    Thank God this part of the story is over. None of us - especially those of us who live in the Tampa Bay area - have come out of these two weeks untouched. Part of it, of course, is because we couldn't avoid it. Although the story of Terri Schiavo has attracted interest around the world, it has been happening here. This hasn't been an event played out in some Third World country where there is no rule of law. It wasn't in some bizarre culture where life is treated as incidental. It has been right here - questioning our...
  • Judge George Greer: Tyrant on the Bench

    04/01/2005 4:37:11 AM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 42 replies · 1,721+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | Mar 29, 2005 | Phyllis Schlafly
    Florida Probate Judge George Greer has taken judicial supremacy to new abuses in ordering the starvation of an innocent woman against the will of her parents, her brother, her church, thousands of volunteers, and, as far as we know, herself. We wouldn't permit anyone to treat a dog this way. Judge Greer not only ordered the cruel withholding of food and water from defenseless Terri Schiavo, he also set in motion the arrests of many Good Samaritans attempting to bring her sustenance. The television pictures of armed police barring people from attempting to take her food or water were shocking....
  • Circuit Judge George Greer biography

    04/02/2005 9:24:40 PM PST · by Bigfitz · 2 replies · 494+ views
    renewamerica.us ^ | March 25, 2005 | Declaration Alliance legal counsel
    Greer became well-known as a County Commissioner with close relations to powerful developers in Pinellas County during his eight years as a County Commissioner from the beginning of 1985 when he took office (he was elected unopposed to the Commission in 1988) until he left the Commission for his current judgeship in early 1993. His first reported embarrassment as a Commissioner was the infamous Coopers Point scandal, which has plagued Pinellas County taxpayers for almost twenty years
  • A call for Moderation

    03/20/2005 12:21:10 PM PST · by pickrell · 21 replies · 1,063+ views
    20-March-2005 | Ron Pickrell
    The current heat surrounding the case of Terri Schindler-Schaivo underscores the need for moderation. Rather than continue to hold the national will captive to the extremists on either side, the majority in the middle need to step up to the plate and assert themselves. What we are saying is that there aren't only two choices in this matter. It is reactionary to assume that a husband must either decide to kill the wife, or not decide to kill the wife. All that many people are asking for is that each husband be allowed to decide on his own whether or...