This country is traveling down a slippery slope. A culture of death has developed over the last 40 years. In the 1960s, the birth control pill was released. The next step was the legalization of abortion in 1973. In the 1980s came the push for euthanasia. And the 1990s brought us the harvesting of human embryos for stem-cell research.
Throughout these four decades, we have suffered through thousands of acts of physical and sexual abuses and horrific murders. Now we have a court order to remove the feeding tube from a woman who is neither brain dead nor on a respirator.
But what can we expect when the Academy Awards' winning film of 2005 ends with an act of euthanasia?