Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Death as a Salesman: What's Wrong with Assisted Suicide TV Broadcast

The people of Hawaii are currently facing the threat of legalized assisted suicide from four bills in the state house and senate. This deadly legislation puts lives at risk, especially for vulnerable people including the sick, elderly, and disabled.

The arguments surrounding this emotionally charged issue are varied and complex. Cutting through the rhetoric and euphemisms brings clarity to this issue both from an ethical and moral perspective. It is with this in mind that Hawaii Right to Life has partnered with KALO-TV, channel 38 (cable 25) to broadcast Death as a Salesman: what's wrong with assisted suicide this week.
  • Thursday, Feb. 17th @ 11:30am & 8:00pm
  • Friday, Feb. 18th @ 2:30pm & 11:00pm
Filmed throughout the world and based on the book of the same title, this dynamic documentary explores the reasons why all people should oppose the legalization of assisted suicide.

"Eye-opening and undeniably important." --Michael Medved, nationally syndicated radio show host, film critic, and social commentator

Hawaii Right to Life and KALO-TV thank Death as a Salesman author Brian Johnston and DVD producer New Regency Communications for their partnership in making this important program available to O'ahu viewers.

If you appreciate having excellent pro-life broadcasting, we encourage you to support both Hawaii Right to Life and non-profit station KALO-TV!

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