Barbara Kay is a columnist and editor with the National Post who writes often on Canada’s no-holds-barred abortion regime. Although she is pro-choice, she regularly speaks out against pro-choice fanaticism. She joined Jonathon to talk about where pro-lifers and pro-choicers can find common ground.
A well-known Canadian journalist, Paul Wells is an editor at Maclean’s and author of several books. He joined Jonathon to talk about his most recent book on Stephen Harper, The Longer I’m Prime Minister.
Our 21st century cultural landscape is littered with the casualties of the Sexual Revolution, even though if you’ve been listening exclusively to its propaganda arms, the media and academia, you’re probably thinking the whole experiment has gone swimmingly. The No-Man’s land of the resulting Gender Wars is littered with dozens of new sexually transmitted diseases, brains…Details
First published in the Times of Israel on November 13, 2013 (Link: http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/becoming-anne-franks-step-sister/). I first visited the Anne Frank House in 2004. From the outside, it looks just like any of the other tall, narrow Dutch houses of Amsterdam. Inside, behind a bookshelf, is the remnants of a tiny world once inhabited by eight hidden…Details
Peter Hitchens is a renowned journalist, commentator, and author hailing from the United Kingdom. His scathing tomes having taken on everything from left-wing ideology (The Abolition of Britain) to the flamboyant atheism of his brother Christopher (The Rage Against God.) He came on The Bridgehead to discuss the current state of the West—and dig into…Details
Eva Schloss is an author, an Auschwitz survivor, and the step-sister of world-famous diarist Anne Frank. She joined Jonathon on The Bridgehead to talk about surviving Auschwitz, life after the war, and what she remembers of a little girl named Anne Frank.
Stephen Woodworth is a Member of Parliament. He joined Jonathon to discuss abortion politics in the House of Commons and in Canada.
Dr. Margaret Somerville is a professor of law and medicine at McGill University. She joined Jonathon to weigh in on the ethics of abortion and euthanasia, and where Canadian culture is at.