Conservative MP Steven Fletcher, a paraplegic, has an op-ed in the National Postin which he explains that he supports the idea of euthanasia but that he is voting against Francine Lalonde’s private members euthanasia bill (C-384). The Ottawa Citizen has a story about Fletcher not supporting C-384.

Writing in the Marco Island Eagle, Eugene R. Milhizer, acting president of Ave Maria Law School, responds to the announcement that the Naples, Florida Planned Parenthood clinic was resuming doing abortions, which he ties to mission of the law school, which just this year moved from Michigan to Florida. He says it is an opportunity to reaffirm the sanctity of human life.

Zenit reports that Pope Benedict XVI said a vigorous society is based on the “solidity of the moral values that sustain, ennoble and dignify it.”

George Jonas writes in the National Post about Professor Richard Moon’s attempt to save the human rights commission industry by amputating its most odious element, Section 13 (1), which he calls a cross between “Orwell’s 1984 and a Monty Python skit.”

The Wall Street Journal has an article about how alimony awards are changing.

Gary Bauer, president of American Values and chairman of the Campaign for Working Families, doesn’t believe Barack Obama when the president says he opposes same-sex ‘marriage’. The evidence includes a 1996 questionnaire and his opposition to Prop 8.