Bobby Schindler

Posted March 31, 2012

Lately, Americans have been quick to disparage other countries for their approach to life and death issues. In particular, many Americans have been outraged at the Netherlands’ policies regarding euthanasia, assisted suicide, infanticide and the killing of those with mental illnesses.

Posted March 31, 2011

The cases of Baby Joseph and Rachel Nyirahabiyambere are not isolated situations.

Posted November 20, 2010

No major media outlets or political pundits have revisited Terri’s case since her death in 2005.

Posted March 31, 2010

March 31st will mark the five-year anniversary of the needless death of my sister, Terri Schiavo. I wish I could say things have changed for the better since my sister’s death or that people with cognitive disabilities are now better protected in response to the horror she had to endure.

Posted October 23, 2009

With all of the current debate in the United States over President Obama’s proposed health care legislation, people seem to have firmly chosen sides—based on their political leanings and not necessarily the actual content of the bill, HR 3200.

Posted July 31, 2009

Recently in a Washington Times radio interview, RNC Chairman Michael Steele was expressing his concerns regarding health care reform.

Posted June 01, 2009

I spent a lot of time watching news coverage of President Obama’s recent speech at Notre Dame. I couldn’t help but be reminded of my sister Terri’s two-week ordeal that took place at the hospice facility where she was killed in March of 2005.

Posted May 30, 2009

I spent a lot of time watching news coverage of President Obama’s recent speech at Notre Dame. I couldn’t help but be reminded of my sister Terri’s two-week ordeal that took place at the hospice facility where she was killed in March of 2005.

Posted March 31, 2009

Today marks four years since the highly-publicized death of Terri Schiavo—and the passing of my sister remains an ominous marker of the movement of our government and culture on the value of human life.

Posted February 09, 2009

On Friday, February 6, the Italian government passed a temporary decree law drafted to prohibit the removal of food and hydration from vulnerable patients that, in particular, would prevent Eluana Englaro from being dehydrated to death.

Posted December 09, 2008

On November 4 our nation elected a man who many fear is the most pro “culture of death” politician ever to run for president.

Posted August 25, 2008

When Pastor Rick Warren asked Barack Obama about what he considered America’s greatest moral failure at the recent Saddleback “Civil Forum on the Presidency,” Senator Obama answered by saying, “its insufficient help to the disadvantaged.”

Posted June 13, 2008

Recently, yet another situation similar to that of my sister Terri Schiavo has made headlines. In West Palm Beach, Florida, Raymond Weber is asking the court to dehydrate his disabled wife, Karen, to death.

Posted March 31, 2008

Recently, presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama stated that his greatest regret as a Senator was not objecting to a vote that was intended to help save my sister from being dehydrated to death.