Vermont doctors defeat campaign to mandate suicide counseling

Doctors across Vermont are celebrating after a pro-suicide organization dropped its appeal of a ruling that physicians are not required to counsel patients for suicide or refer them for assisted suicide. “Vermont health care workers just want to act consistently with their reasonable and time-honored convictions without fear of government punishment,” said Senior Counsel Steven H […] …

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This day in WND history: Illegals making U.S. a leper colony?

Illegals making U.S. a leper colony? May 22, 2005: Leprosy, the contagious skin disease evoking thoughts of biblical and medieval times, was making its mark in the United States, and many believed the influx of illegal aliens was a main factor. “Americans should be told that diseases long eradicated in this country – tuberculosis, leprosy, polio, […] …

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‘The Marketing Of Evil’ and the battle for truth

America is in moral chaos. Perversion is so commonplace it’s become banal. Upholding decency is dangerous. Gender is meaningless. And every value has become inverted. But one man saw it coming. It’s been a little more than a decade since WND Managing Editor David Kupelian’s widely acclaimed book “The Marketing Of Evil,” which both predicted […] …

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Marines bring life-saving medical tech to front lines

Emphasizing that the successful treatment of war-time injuries mostly depends on “timely diagnosis and intervention,” the Marine Corps is bringing new potentially life-saving technology to the front lines, according to a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The Marine Corps Systems Command says the tool, an Infrascanner, is a portable, medical diagnostic device that […] …

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Minnesota retreats from ban on female genital mutilation

In Minnesota, the state’s Democratic leaders are perplexed by whether to advance a bill banning the barbaric, Third-World practice of female genital mutilation. After first passing the bill unanimously in the state House last week, lawmakers are now having “second thoughts” about whether to continue pushing the bill through to the governor’s desk, according to […] …

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