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  • Mark Levin Show: Death Panels Will Be A Reality With Obamacare [Youtube video]

    11/23/2011 8:21:54 PM PST · by No One Special · 155 replies
    Youtube ^ | November 22, 2011 | Mark Levin Show via Youtube
    A neurosurgeon, vetted by Levin's staff, calls Mark and talks about what he knows about Obamacare Death Panels. From 11/22/11
  • Terri's Story

    12/03/2006 3:03:26 AM PST · by 8mmMauser · 1,928 replies · 20,116+ views
    Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation ^ | December 3,2006 | Schindler Foundation
    Theresa Marie Schindler was born to Robert and Mary Schindler on December 3, 1963. She was the first of three children the Schindlers would have. Terri was a shy, but comical, child who had an affinity for music, animals and the arts. She kept a small circle of friends and was dear to schoolmates, neighboring families and her own extended family. Following high school, Terri came into her own. She developed a knack for sketching and doodling. She enjoyed outings with her friends. She was an adoptive mother to the family’s dog, Bucky. Terri attended Catholic School while growing up...
  • 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...
  • Schindler Family Seek to Establish National Day of Remembrance

    03/16/2006 4:02:56 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 22 replies · 618+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 17 March 2006
    CLEARWATER, March 16, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The family of Terri Schindler Schiavo are working to establish a national day of remembrance in her name to commemorate the growing number of patients who are being killed in hospitals by removal of food and hydration assistance. Robert Schindler and National Urban Policy Action Council president Kevin Fobbs have joined forces in an effort to help disabled people and other avoid Terri's fate. The goal is to gather a million signatures to petition state officials to establish March 31 as a national day of remembrance, similar to the annual remembrance of the anniversary...
  • Danger Zone - (Haleigh Poutre)

    02/01/2006 7:29:10 AM PST · by Ohioan from Florida · 1,505 replies · 13,389+ views
    National Review ^ | February 01, 2006 | Wesley J, Smith
    In the court (and courts) of life and death, a little 11-year-old Massachusetts girl named Haleigh Poutre could be the next Terri Schiavo. For those who have not heard the tragic story, Haleigh was beaten nearly to death last September, allegedly by her adoptive mother and stepfather. The beating left her unconscious and barely clinging to life. Within a week or so of the beating, her doctors had written her off. They apparently told Haleigh's court-appointed guardian, Harry Spence, that she was "virtually brain dead." Even though he had never visited her, Spence quickly went to court seeking permission to...
  • Frist: Gov't Unwanted in End-Of-Life Cases

    01/29/2006 10:06:22 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 392 replies · 5,059+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 1/29/06 | AP
    WASHINGTON - Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who took a leading role in the Terry Schiavo case, said Sunday it taught him that Americans do not want the government involved in such end-of-life decisions. Frist, considered a presidential hopeful for 2008, defended his call for further examinations of the brain-damaged Florida woman during the last days of a bitter family feud over her treatment. Schiavo was in a persistent vegetative state. The case became a rallying point for right-to-life advocates, an important segment of the Republican Party. It also drew interest from those supporting the right to refuse life-sustaining medical...
  • Storm over, Schiavo to remarry

    01/21/2006 2:03:21 PM PST · by amdgmary · 102 replies · 2,037+ views
    St Petersburg Times ^ | January 21, 2006 | KELLEY BENHAM
    They might have done this years ago, but he already had a wife. Michael Schiavo and Jodi Centonze applied for a marriage license in Pinellas County on Friday. She listed her last marriage as ending in divorce on March 29, 1989. He listed his as ending in death on March 31, 2005. Their relationship has long been a curious sidenote in the national right-to-die case of Michael's first wife, Terri Schiavo, who was in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years. Michael Schiavo, 42, has called Jodi Centonze his fiancee for at least six years, relatives said. They live together...
  • Scott Thomas update: mom's guardianship continued!

    01/03/2006 2:43:26 PM PST · by cyn · 892 replies · 9,721+ views
    Scott's fight website ^ | 1/3/06 | Pamela Patton
    Pamela's guardianship renewed for another six months!  Please see "Scott's News" for more information. (continued at link) http://scottsfight.com/Scott's%20News.htm January 3, 2006 Today was the long-anticipated status hearing on guardianship for Scott.  The hearing took place in judge's chambers with Pamela and her attorneys and Eliza and her attorneys.  Pamela presented the judge with information that she has now filed with the court to have Scott declared "partially capacitated".  This means, at the very least, that he would then be allowed to indicate his preferences for his social environment, such as who is allowed to visit.  He has repeatedly indicated that...
  • Schiavo right-to-die case captured the attention of the world

    12/26/2005 4:49:42 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 84 replies · 1,491+ views
    Gainsville.com ^ | De. 26, 2005 | MITCH STACY
    As the yearslong battle between Michael Schiavo and Bob and Mary Schindler came to a head in March, the case drew in Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, the Vatican and the White House. National TV networks chronicled every twist of the hot-button issue. Michael Schiavo wanted to carry out what he said were his wife's wishes not to be kept alive artificially. The Schindlers disputed their daughter had such end-of-life wishes and had held out hope that she could have improved with therapy. They said she had interacted with them. The dispute nearly created a constitutional crisis. Congress, the president...
  • Schiavo Gives Kiss Of Death To Virginia Democrat

    11/05/2005 7:05:19 AM PST · by new yorker 77 · 116 replies · 2,666+ views
    North Country Gazette ^ | November 4, 2005
    Michael Schiavo is making political endorsements? Does he have some kind of Napoleon complex or narcissistic disorder or is it political retribution to Republicans for their support of his wife's right-to-life and a fair chance in the court system? Other than Jodi Centonze, and even her opinion is questionable, who cares who Michael Schiavo endorses for anything? Why does this individual who campaigned long and hard to kill his wife by judicial decree think that Virginia voters will care who he thinks is the best candidate for Governor and will vote according to his endorsement? What ties does Michael Schiavo...
  • DeLay Pledges Contempt Charge for Terri Judge

    03/18/2005 4:32:07 PM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 1,092 replies · 17,509+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 3/18/05 | Limbacher
    House Majority Leader Tom DeLay pledged Friday to hold Florida state judge George Greer in contempt of Congress for ignoring a congressional subpoena for Terri Schiavo's testimony, saying, "No little judge sitting in a state district court in Florida is going to usurp the authority of Congress." "The Congress will pursue this, if we have to hold him in contempt of Congress," DeLay told radio host Sean Hannity. Pressed on whether he intended to hold Judge Greer in contempt, the top Republican told Hannity: "Absolutely, absolutely." "We will do everything to enforce the power and authority of the Congress and...
  • Woman details her 20-year coma (knew about 9/11 and OKC in the coma!)

    08/04/2005 5:49:22 PM PDT · by rwfromkansas · 74 replies · 5,760+ views
    CBS News ^ | 8/4/05 | CBS
    For 20 years, Sarah Scantlin was seemingly unaware of the world around her after she was hit by a drunk driver in an accident that sent her into a comatose state in September of 1984. Then in February, she shocked her parents and doctors when she began to speak. In her first national television interview, after undergoing surgery on her long-unused limbs and speech therapy to unlock her long-dormant tongue, Scantlin speaks with The Early Show national correspondent Tracy Smith in a two-part interview to be broadcast Thursday and Friday. Smith also speaks with Sarah's parents, Jim and Betsy Scantlin,...
  • Michael Schiavo Supporters on "Hannity & Colmes"

    03/29/2005 6:35:37 PM PST · by ozzymandus · 339 replies · 8,422+ views
    Hannity & Colmes Show | Just Now | Me
    Did anybody catch the 2 Michael Schiavo "supporters" on H&C tonight? They were a couple of typical hippie-hags from the far left, who said they went to Florida to counter-demonstrate against the Terri Schiavo supporters, who they called "religious Nazis". Colmes grovelled and slobbered all over them, but Hannity's first question, directed to one of the hags, was, "What does that say on your shirt?". She replied, "Revolutionary Communist Youth League". Brilliant, Alan, just brilliant.
  • Michael Schiavo Poised To Sue Caregivers

    08/10/2005 10:38:54 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 719 replies · 11,721+ views
    Tampa Bay Online ^ | 8/10/05 | David Sommer
    CLEARWATER - Michael Schiavo has asked a court to waive the two-year statute of limitations on filing a medical malpractice lawsuit against one or more of his deceased wife's caregivers. Terri Schiavo, 41, died March 31 after her feeding tube was removed after a seven-year court battle. Schiavo's attorney in this case, Mark Perenich, said he was not able to discuss the proposed lawsuit behind Tuesday's request for an extension of the two-year statute of limitations. By law, medical malpractice lawsuits must be filed within two years of the alleged misconduct unless an extension is granted. In October 2003, Terri...
  • Terri Schiavo's husband Michael honored

    08/08/2005 9:53:09 AM PDT · by Crackingham · 99 replies · 1,686+ views
    AP ^ | 8/8/05
    The husband of Terri Schiavo was honored by a group that advocates guardianship services for his years-long efforts to get his wife's feeding tube disconnected. Michael Schiavo was given the Guardian of the Year Award by the Florida State Guardianship Association yesterday. Terri Schiavo lived in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years before dying in March. She died after a protracted legal battle between her husband and her parents over her end-of-life wishes. She died from dehydration after her feeding tube was disconnected. A Franciscan friar who serves as the Schindler family spokesman Brother Paul O'Donnell said the award...
  • State guardians laud Schiavo for fulfilling Terri's wish to die

    08/06/2005 3:44:27 AM PDT · by amdgmary · 134 replies · 11,863+ views
    Orlando Sentinel ^ | Aug. 06, 2005 | MAYA BELL
    He's been rebuked by the Vatican, castigated by Congress and slandered on the Internet, but Michael Schiavo was welcomed as a hero Friday by a state organization whose members make end-of-life decisions for people unable to make them for themselves.
  • 'Judicial murder' and Terri Schiavo [by Nat Hentoff]

    07/11/2005 12:27:13 PM PDT · by aculeus · 75 replies · 1,768+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | July 11, 2005 | Nat Hentoff
    While editorials across the nation agreed in chorus that at last, Terri Schiavo will rest in peace, the autopsy report declined such certainty:"It is the policy of this office that no case is ever closed and that all determinations are to be reconsidered upon receipt of credible, new information." Even if no new information surfaces, how Terri Schiavo was put to death is causing many Americans to confront their own death. Pat Anderson, for a long time the attorney for Terri Schiavo's parents, said the day Terri died of dehydration as ordered by the courts and her husband: "Euthanasia in...
  • Terry Schiavo Report of Autopsy, Full Text as Released by Medical Examiner

    06/15/2005 9:51:07 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 218 replies · 3,703+ views
    Cause of Death: Complications of Anoxic Encephalopathy. Manner of Death: Undetermined The persistent vegetative state and minimally conscious state, are clinical diagnoses, not pathologic ones. (these are all statements from the report)
  • Terri Schiavo Autopsy Reveals Nothing To Justify Her Killing

    06/15/2005 9:33:30 PM PDT · by annalex · 21 replies · 1,356+ views
    Terri Schiavo Autopsy Reveals Nothing To Justify Her Killing Pinellas Park, FL - Jun 15, 2005 The autopsy report for Terri Schiavo was released today and revealed no new details that could have morally justified her court-ordered killing by dehydration. Although the autopsy report indicated no signs of strangulation or other abuse, as Terri's parents, Bob and Mary Schindler had suspected, it also found no signs of an eating disorder, as her husband, Michael, had insisted. "Whatever the extent of Terri's disability, she did not deserve the death penalty," said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. Operation Rescue was one of...
  • Schiavo autopsy vindicates husband

    06/15/2005 7:21:37 PM PDT · by familyop · 38 replies · 1,692+ views
    The Guardian ^ | 16JUN05 | Jamie Wilson
    US examiner concludes that brain damage was irreversible An autopsy on Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman whose condition sparked a legal, medical and political battle that divided America, has backed her husband's contention that she was in a persistent vegetative state before her feeding tube was removed. The report, released yesterday by a medical examiner in Florida,found she had massive and irreversible brain damage, and was blind. It found no evidence she had been strangled or that Michael Schiavo, her husband, had abused her, as her parents had claimed. But the cause of her collapse 15 years ago remains...