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Stealth Euthanasia by Ron Panzer

This is the story of the intentionally “below-the-radar” changes that have been aggressively pursued in our society for decades. Because these changes are not covered by the major media in any coherent, connected way, or at all, the public has difficulty “putting a finger” on what is happening and why. They see changes here and there as situations arise in their lives, especially in health care. They hear stories about what is happening and mistakenly assume they are isolated incidents. Sometimes, they just can’t believe the changes that have already been made. They seem so “foreign” to what American society is all about, and the reason they seem “foreign” is they do not arise from American Constitutional values. Purchase

Imposed Death

Imposed Death exposes common misunderstandings associated with Living Wills and end-of-life decisions. This publication documents society’s progress down the “slippery slope” of assisted suicide and euthanasia to dehumanize the elderly, disabled, and medically vulnerable. This 12-page resource guide is “everything you ever wanted to know about euthanasia, but didn’t know who to ask.” Read

Author Feature
photo of joni tada Joni Eareckson Tada Joni Eareckson Tada is an international advocate for people with disabilities. A diving accident in 1967 left Joni Eareckson, then 17, a quad­riplegic in a wheelchair, without the use of her hands. After two years of rehabilitation, she emerged with new skills and a fresh determination to help others in similar situations. During her rehabilitation, Joni spent long months learning how to paint with a brush between her teeth. Her high-detail fine art paintings and prints are sought-after and collected. photo of joni tada Her best-selling autobiography Joni and the feature film of the same name have been translated into many languages, introducing her to people around the world. Mrs. Tada has also has visited more than 47 countries. Mrs. Tada has served on the National Council on Disability and the Disability Advisory Committee to the U.S State Dept. Learn more at: For more info. on end of life issues, please visit: