If you don't read anything else today, you can call it a good and important day just by reading this article. (Available on p. 2 below.) As you probably know, assisted suicide propagandists latch on to mantras such as "death with dignity," "the right to die," and "self-determination" and in turn receive only limited effective pushback from opponents of euthanasia. But then along comes Liz Carr, a person who suffers from a genetic disorder that prevents her from extending her muscles, who crafts a musical which has performed in the U.K. to rave reviews.
I can only say, "Bravo!" and again, "Bravo!" A musical (!) is an extraordinary-- and entertaining -- way to engage in cultural debate and offers an important supplement to debates, speeches, documentaries, and interviews. My hope is that other creative people hearing of this musical will be inspired to give reign to their own creative juices and produce similar musicals or other inventive creations that relate to contemporary debates. I note that Dinesh D'Souza in a recent speech said he would be moving from documentaries to producing full length dramas in order to reach more people.
Here is a brief introduction to Ms. Carr's "Assisted Suicide: The Musical":