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History of the Culture of Death

I delivered the following presentation at Concordia University at Seward, Nebraska, on Nov. 20th, 2010.  The event was hosted by Nebraska Lutherans for Life.  I explain what the ‘culture of death’ is and how it got here.  To invite me to present at your organization, you can get more information here.

The Culture of Death: Planned Parenthood, Eugenics, and… Climate Change? from Anthony Horvath on Vimeo.

Pro-life speaker Anthony Horvath recounts the history of the ‘Culture of Death’ from Thomas Malthus to Charles Darwin to Margaret Sanger to Peter Singer, with an array of personalities in between. Horvath … continue reading...

The little gods among us

Courtesy of the Drudge Report today I’m treated to an article about a person who had been diagnosed as being in a coma who actually had been fully conscious for more than 20 years.

The idea that somebody could be misdiagnosed as being in a ‘vegetative state’ takes on significance when we remember that in some corners this is an excuse to kill the person.  Think Terri Schiavo.

In the article, it is hard to blame the doctors for their misdiagnosis as it appears from the article that the technology to verify that Rom Houben was actually conscious has only … continue reading...

Ron Weddington’s Racist, Bigoted, (Malthusian), Evil letter to Bill Clinton after his election

I came across this recently and it took me a bit to track down the original document.  It seems that it may only be available in pdf?  Here is the PDF I found of the original.  So that it might get wider exposure, I asked a trusted ACM volunteer to transcribe it for me.  I think the insight into the mind of certain folks gained from reading it is valuable.  It’s also more evidence that this way of thinking didn’t die with the Nazis.

(Ron Weddington was co-counsel for the pro-abortion camp in the Roe vs. Wade camp)

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The Health Care Slippery Slope and Saul Alinsky

I haven’t chimed in on the health care debate but I don’t suppose my regular readers believe I haven’t any strong feelings on the matter.  Let me represent a line of thinking that I haven’t heard even among the most strident opponents to the legislation being advocated by the current administration.

I was spurred on to post this because events are unfolding which I predicted privately but I won’t get any credit for, and I should like a little.  🙂

Namely, this morning the news reports that Obama is willing to ‘consider’ taking the public option off the table.  Already … continue reading...