By Jonathon Van Maren Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve written a few columns on the dangerous ideologies of the alt-right, culminating with a rather long one over at LifeSiteNews on Friday. Several of the alt-righters have been very irritated by this, and a fellow calling himself “Hunter Wallace”—his real name is Bradley Griffin—wrote…Details
Progressives are outraged that Mike Pence protects his marriage from the sexual culture they created
By Jonathon Van Maren Media figures, pundits, and commentators spend a decent portion of their time these days enthusiastically advocating for all sorts of new sexual lifestyles—their championing of gay marriage has quickly moved on to discussions surrounding the benefits of polyamory, the consensus they insist exists on transgenderism, and the rising trend of “open…Details
Rod Dreher, author of The Little Way of Ruthie Leming, How Dante Saved My Life, and now The Benedict Option, joined Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how Christians are to respond to a post-Christian age. Dreher blogs daily over at the American Conservative, discussing the challenges Christians face in a secular age.
JJ McCullough is an editorial cartoonist and columnist, writing regularly for Loonie Politics and the Washington Post, as well as publishing recent essays in publications such as the National Review. He joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss the future of conservatism in North America.
By Jonathon Van Maren A couple of weeks ago, I attended a public lecture by Dr. Jordan Peterson at the University of Western Ontario. For those of you who don’t know, Dr. Peterson has found himself the target of transgender activists, some of whom actually claim that his refusal to use recently-invented “transgender pronouns” constituted…Details
A Reminder during the Gorsuch Hearings: Al Franken once said he was happy that a gay man got murdered
By Jonathon Van Maren One of the most tiresome things about being a social conservative is the constant, sanctimonious lecturing by those who are now loud and proud advocates for gay marriage. Most of these people, of course, hopped on the rainbow bandwagon rather late in the game—Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton included, to name…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren For those of you wondering why I’m writing another column about the alt-right, the reason is simple: Every time I do, people comment to explain why I’m wrong. Those people, some of whom I used to know, are starting to buy what the alt-right is peddling. Some of them are brazen…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Yesterday, braying protestors at McMaster University managed to shut down an event titled “Drawing the Line: Political Correctness and Free Speech,” featuring apparently controversial University of Toronto psychologist Dr. Jordan B. Peterson. The disrupters screamed slurs, blocked exits, blew air horns, threw glitter at Dr. Peterson’s face, and actually assaulted one…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Gavin McInnes is not a Holocaust-denier, and he is not a neo-Nazi. It’s necessary to make clarifying statements like that due to a video released a couple of days ago, which rapidly attracted the attention and approval of alt-right neo-Nazis such as David Duke and Richard Spencer, which resulted in McInnes…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren The last time CNN’s Reza Aslan stirred up controversy, it was because he wrote a terribly-researched book on Jesus Christ. Now, hosting a series called Believer with Reza Aslan, focusing on religious beliefs from around the world, he’s back in the spotlight—this time for meeting with a tiny Hindu sect called…Details