Wednesday, March 23, 2005

"Having to choose between a legal travesty on the one hand and human tragedy on the other."

That's what Charles Krauthammer makes of the current status of the Schiavo case. I tend to agree with him. I still do not excuse the federal judiciary for the manner in which it has approached this matter.

Meanwhile, Tony Blankley offers perhaps the simplest, most articulate expression I have seen of the moral and legal dimensions of Terri's (and our) predicament.

And Jonathan Turley writes of the Constitutional issues while also movingly describing a personal trial very close to the one my siblings and I underwent four years ago.


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