Euthanasia Part 1 – Straight Talk on Life Issues


Euthanasia is becoming an increasingly dangerous threat to life around the world. This week Brad and Victor are joined by Alex Schadenberg, Bobby Schindler, Tyler Dunlop as they share their stories and expertise. Tyler nearly had the Canadian government kill him through their “MAID” program and he shares his powerful story. Together our guests shine an important light on the truth of euthanasia. 


Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

The global euthanasia movement is agitating to overturn centuries of legal protection for people with chronic, disabling, and terminal illnesses. Euthanasia campaigners insist that Belgium and the Netherlands have perfected their euthanasia laws. This book shows that euthanasia has not been “made safe” for vulnerable people in those countries.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition USA

A national network of groups and individuals that oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide, supporting positive measures to improve the quality of life of people and their families.

Euthanasia is the deliberate killing of someone by action or omission, with or without that person’s consent, for what are claimed to be compassionate reasons.

Assisted suicide is counseling, abetting, or an act of aiding someone to kill him or herself.


Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network

The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network upholds human dignity through service to the medically vulnerable.

We express this mission through public advocacy of essential qualities of human dignity—which include the right to food and water, the presumption of the will to live, due process against denial of care, protection from euthanasia as a form of medicine, and access to rehabilitative care—as well as through 24/7 Crisis Lifeline service to at-risk patients and families.


Therefore Choose Life: My Journey from Hopelessness to Hope

The incredible true story of the “Homeless, hopeless Orillia man” whose desire to seek MAID (Medical Assistance In Dying) went viral.


Alex Schadenberg has been the Executive Director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) since July 1999 and Chairperson for EPC-International since November 2007.  

He has authored articles published in newspapers world-wide and maintains the world’s most widely-read blog on issues related to assisted death: The EPC blog has published more than 5200 articles and has had almost 8 million viewers. 

Alex has also published the book, Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, re-printed by Connor Publishing in Australia. 

Bobby Schindler is President of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network, a Paige Comstock Cunningham Senior Fellow at Americans United for Life, and an Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Bobby advocates for the medically vulnerable in honor of Terri Schiavo, his sister. Bobby is a regular contributor to His writings have also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, TIME, The Linacre Quarterly, National Review, Human Life Review,, The Federalist, The Daily Caller, The Washington Times, and others. 

Tyler Dunlop after struggling for years with mental illness, trauma, alcoholism, and chronic homelessness and being unable to find the support he needed, decided to seek Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). A story about this decision went viral. However, with a little help from his friends, Tyler changed his mind about MAID. This past November, he penned a book entitled Therefore Choose Life—My Journey from Hopelessness to Hope. The book is a #1 Amazon best seller.  

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  1. Thank you for the work you’re doing to bring awareness of this problem to the public.
    A doctor murdered my husband in November 2020. I know this because I saw her do it and tried to stop her. He had Stage 4 cancer but was expected to live for months.. He was only in the hospital for a minor procedure that he had to have frequently. Afterwards, I did some research and spoke to Right to Life, inc., CEO, who told me that they get more phone calls every week regarding involuntary euthanasia than they do abortion. That stunned me.
    I also spoke to the County District Attorney who agreed that the hospital had kidnapped and murdered my husband because they refused to allow me to bring him home and then they killed him. However, the DA told me that the Sheriff would never give him a warrant, so he couldn’t do anything about it.
    I also tried to sue the hospital, but its difficult to find an attorney who will do so.
    I have had to accept that this happened and no one cares. Most people feel that older people, or sick people are a burden and should just hurry up and die already. They try to tell you that they’ll ” be in a better place.” As if that makes their loss easier for loved ones to handle. They act as if a person who is sick, old or dying should want to hurry the process up. Its disgusting. Apparently, they’ve never had this happen to someone they love, or I assure you, they’d have a different opinion of it. When your loved one is told that they only have a short time left to live, every minute becomes very precious, so much so that to lose even a minute of your time with them is devastating.
    Euthanasia is something that should have no place in our world. It is not humane. In fact, it is the opposite of it; stealing precious time from loved ones and their families.
    My husband’s murder robbed not only us of time together, it robbed him of seeing our daughter and 2 small granddaughters again, and of them seeing him one last time. They live in California and we hadn’t seen them in a few years. His last wish was to see his “girls” one last time, but the Hospitalist and Hospital stole that from him. It was one of the most evil acts a human being could do and I pray for the Grace to forgive them someday.