Monthly Archives: January 2021

Assisted Suicide’s Slippery Slope in Action: Washington State May Drop “Safeguards” Against Abuse

Richard Doerflinger, M.A.  

Opponents of physician-assisted suicide (PAS) have long warned that there is a “slippery slope” from initially limited acceptance of the practice to a broader “right” to take the lives of the sick and elderly. PAS supporters have generally dismissed this claim as alarmist. In my home state of Washington, however, supporters are now embracing the claim, and urging lawmakers to ski down the slope.

Abortion Reporting: North Carolina (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

North Carolina’s 2019 abortion statistics were published in November 2020. Abortions in the Tar Heel State increased from the previous year. Changes in North Carolina Abortions, 2018-2019 *The change in total abortions and chemical abortions reflects abortions performed on North Carolina residents. The change in the abortion rate reflects all abortions reported in North Carolina, […]

Cell Lines Used for Viral Vaccine Production

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Vaccines Licensed for Use in the United States by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)   Current FDA list accessed 4 January 2021   View this chart as a PDF here   Use of Cell Lines for Vaccine Production  🟩 No fetal cells  🔺 fetal cells —  no cell lines – bacteria grow independently Vaccine […]