Author Archives: Headmistress

Media Memo Fraud?

Some of you may have heard about the alleged GOP Talking Points Memo. I haven’t paid much attention to it, because I don’t really care why somebody gets involved or how admirable they may or may not be, so long as Terri isn’t starved to death. God used a Donkey to confront Balaam, and He […]

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Admitting Mistakes

Remember the Petulance and Pride post? When confronted with the videotaped evidence that Terri was far more responsive than he had ruled she was, Judge Greer’s reaction was to take off his glasses and look away from the monitor. When his church leadership took issue with the drive to kill Terri (*after* Judge Greer himself […]

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A Will, a Woman, and Her Feeding Tube.

Okay, there’s no will. There’s now no feeding tube, and so there will soon be no woman. There’s no will. NO will. A relative of ours wanted to give us some property. He made his wishes known verbally to everybody. He hired a surveyor to survey the land to make sure of the boundaries of […]

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Good Essay to Read

Thomas Sowell is one of our favorite authors around the Common Room. Check out Cruel and Unusual: “If the tragic case of Terri Schiavo shows nothing else, it shows how easily “the right to die” can become the right to kill. It is hard to believe that anyone, regardless of their position on euthanasia, would […]

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Motion Denied

Judge Whittemore, who has previously fined and sentenced to probation men who merely cut down a tree with a Bald Eagle nest in it, didn’t see Terri as valuable as those birds. He has ruled against her parents (and Terri). Terri’s parents are appealing, again. From the Corner, via Blogs for Terri: RE: THIS MORNING’S […]

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