Month: April 2000

Wendland Update

Dana Cody [The following is a summary of the 71-page decision of the California Third District Court of Appeals written by Justice Sims, concurred by Justices Morrison and Scotland, Presiding Justice, in the matter of The Conservatorship of Robert Wendland. The trial court (San Joaquin County Superior Court) prevented Rose Wendland (Robert’s wife and conservator) …

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What a Coincidence!

In a nationally published news story for American Lawyer Media, journalist Tony Mauro reported January 19 that the U.S. Supreme Court appeared ready to strike down a Colorado state law—a “bubble zone” law designed to restrict demonstrations or protests (read sidewalk counseling) at “health care facilities.” In the article Mauro ventured “if the law goes …

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Suicide Pays

Wesley J Smith It is the unfortunate nature of man that financial imperatives often supersede important moral and ethical principles. We often tolerate or even celebrate inherently unethical and immoral actions as long as they make a buck. Simply put, mammon has the power to distort moral intuitions. Take the issue of assisted suicide. Opponents …

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LLDF 1999 Fall Banquet

With spirit and enthusiasm, the keynote speaker at Life Legal’s Fall banquet (Nov. 11, 1999, Oakland, Calif.) used common sense, philosophy and theology to encourage his audience to keep fighting for the right to life. The Rev. Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, exhorted the attentive audience of more than 200 people to …

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