Katie McHugh’s story exposes the anti-Christian underbelly of the alt-right movement

By Jonathon Van Maren Buzzfeed News recently published the fascinating (and still unfolding) story of Katie McHugh, a one-time conservative gadfly who wrote for the Daily Caller and other right-wing publications before becoming so embedded in the alt-right she managed to get canned from Breitbart in 2017. I found it particularly interesting because McHugh went…

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Angry mob of abortion activists at Toronto’s March for Life showed their true colours

By Jonathon Van Maren Across the country yesterday, Canadians marched to mourn fifty years of legal abortion and to renew our collective commitment to fight on. Nearly 10,000 people marched on Parliament Hill, triggering a new round of fervent declarations of support for abortion from Justin Trudeau’s Liberals. Four hundred more rallied at Queen’s Park…

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The Democrats will do anything to defend abortion–even harass teenage girls and repudiate science

By Jonathon Van Maren The actions of Democratic state representative Brian Sims of Pennsylvania, a self-described gay progressive abortion-supporter, have attracted new attention to the virulent abortion extremism of the Democratic Party this week. Sims filmed himself harassing an elderly pro-life woman praying outside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Philadelphia, and then another video was exposed…

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Prince Harry endorses controversial transgender group that pushes transition for children

By Jonathon Van Maren Nowhere has the transgender ideology taken root more swiftly and more firmly than the United Kingdom. Rates of children identifying as transgender are up by 4,000%, triggering a government investigation into why these numbers are spiking so dramatically. Ordinary Brits expressing the belief that biological males and biological females cannot become…

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Lawyers who oppose compelled speech have been elected to the Law Society of Ontario–and progressives are panicking

By Jonathon Van Maren There is a certain irony to the fact that several lawyers with the Law Society of Ontario are raising the alarm—after an organization called StopSOP managed to elect a slate of directors opposed to the Ontario Law Society’s Statement of Principles. This statement of principles would have compelled speech, requiring lawyers…

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