|DVD ||8 ||Prayer Breakfast ||Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide |
Wesley J. Smith on Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide.
|VHS ||80 ||ADVOCATES FOR BETTER CARE THE QUESTION OF NUTRITION & HYDRATION ||Euthanasia |
This video addresses the withdrawal of food and water from non-dying patients, illustrating how this practice advances the pro-euthanasia agenda. It also contains personal interviews of recovering coma patients and their families. 23 min.
|VHS ||83 ||THE RIGHT TO KILL ||Euthanasia |
"Mercy Killing" - the growing trend toward assisted suicide or euthanasia is explored by host/narrator William F. Buckley, Jr. It features a real-life dramatization of a euthanasia case done by lethal injection. Also includes interviews with experts and specialists promoting both sides of the issue. 58 min.
|VHS ||84 ||EUTHANASIA IN THE 90'S ||Euthanasia |
This film challenges the most common arguments that support a person's "Right to Die" demonstrating the serious flaw in each argument. You won't forget the profound insights about an unethical legal situation which threatens the elderly, sick and infirm and even allows unconscious patients to be starved to death. 40 min.
|VHS ||85 ||DR. JOSEPH R. STANTON DISCUSSES ETHICAL QUESTIONS POSED BY WITHHOLDING NUTRITION AND HYDRATION: M.D. ASSISTED SUICIDE: EUTHANASIA ||Euthanasia |
Dr. Joseph Stanton, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine for 26 years, and Visiting Physician for 35 years at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Brighton, MA, has authored over 30 papers in Medical Literature. He is featured at a conference held at the University of Scranton in 1991. In this video, he reviews the history of euthanasia and the Hippocratic Oath. He sites cases where care was withheld by physicians, where suicide was encouraged, and where drugs were administered to deliberately kill. "Mercy killing" in Nazi Germany is discussed. Dr. Stanton tells how we are being desensitized today by the terminology used by promoters of euthanasia. He reveals the agenda of the Right to Die movement, the concept of living wills, and consequences of clamping off feeding tubes. 90 min.
|VHS ||86 ||LIGHTING THE WAY: LIVING WILLS ||Euthanasia |
Dr. Joseph Stanton (a pro-life physician), Bishop DiLorenzo, and Attorney Glenn Yanuk (a pro-life attorney) discuss the issues of euthanasia with host Dan Gallagher. They show how we are being lead to accept language that leads to the acceptance of euthanasia. The topic of living wills is also covered and the concern for the wording of legislative bills dealing with this subject. 28 min.
|VHS ||120 ||BURKE BALCH HEALTH CARE RATIONING SPEECH ||Euthanasia |
Burke Balch exposes the concept of "hidden rationing" due to cost squeezing which would become effective if the Clinton Health Plan were to pass the legislature. He reviews how other countries are instituting involuntary euthanasia on elderly patients as well as newborn children with medical problems. Also, he gives cases where involuntary euthanasia is happening in America now even before the Clinton Health Plan is in effect. 56 min.
|VHS ||122 ||THE CLINTON PLAN: A CLOSER LOOK ||Euthanasia |
This video discloses the Clinton Health Plan as it affects the issues of abortion and euthanasia. This plan would eventually touch every family in the United States. The plan promotes paid abortion on demand as a method of birth control, and euthanasia through health care rationing by denying treatment to certain people under the quality of life criteria.
|VHS ||129 ||EUTHANASIA: FALSE LIGHT ||Euthanasia |
Narrated by Joseph Campanella. Robin Bernhoft, MD, notes that it is a lot easier to push people out of the picture than to actually get involved with them. He calls on physicians to care for and about their patients as individuals, and he points out the tragic experience of legalized euthanasia in Holland. 14 min.
|VHS ||149 ||EUTHANASIA FORUM: ATTY. RICHARD CONNELL, BONNIE CAROLAN, R.N. ||Euthanasia |
Atty. Richard Connell is the coauthor of the Pennsylvania Medical Treatment Decision Act. He discusses the contents of the act in relation to determining the course of treatment when death is eminent. He brings out the factors that have permeated our society to make the concept of euthanasia acceptable in our culture. He states reasons why Pennsylvania needs this bill. Euthanasia is prohibited under this law. The second part of the video is a forum led by Bonnie Carolan, R.N., a Hospice nurse, who presents the option of rendering care to a dying person as an alternative to euthanasia. She points out that euthanasia is an act where dying is a process. Euthanasia interrupts this process. She addresses many of the basic issues of dying including pain control, isolation, family interaction, honest talk with the patient, fears, and anticipator grief. Spirituals issues are also presented. 60 min.