Jonathon talks to Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation about #BlackLivesMatter, racism, the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement, and abortion.
In the fifth installment of our series on Operation Rescue, Jonathon Van Maren speaks with two Rescue veterans, Jeff White and Cheryl Conrad.
In 2005, Terri Schiavo’s tube was removed by court order in Florida after a long legal battle between her husband Michael and her family. Over the next two weeks, she starved to death slowly in a gruesome fashion. Bobby Schindler, Terri’s brother, joins Jonathon to talk about his sister’s story–and how to protect others like…
An interview with John Hof regarding the Canadian rescue movement efforts opposing the opening of abortion clinics in British Columbia and how that unfolded in the 1980s.
In the third installment in our History of the Rescue Movement, Jonathon discusses the rise of Rescue with Lynn Mills, an activist famous for shutting down abortion clinics–and even Dr. Jack Kevorkian, better know as “Dr. Death.”
In the second installment in our History of the Rescue Movement, veteran pro-life activist Bill Calvin joins Jonathon to talk about the Rescue Movement from the late 1980s to its final days.
In the first installment in our History of the Rescue Movement series, Jonathon talks to Rev. Patrick Mahoney. Rev. Mahoney was one of the leaders of Operation Rescue, and shares stories and insights from behind the scenes and on the streets.
As the abortion industry increasingly kills children outside the womb as well as inside the womb, Jonathon looks at the rampant cases of infanticide here in Canada. Jill Stanek, a popular pro-life blogger, activist, and former nurse joins him to discuss her experience discovering babies that were born alive and left to die in the…
In one sweeping, brutal decision, Canada’s Supreme Court has tossed out all laws restricting euthanasia and assisted suicide. Alex Schadenberg of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition joined Jonathon to talk about what it all means.
Ruby Bridges was one of the first African-American children to attend a newly integrated school in the Deep South at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Facing down a daily gauntlet of angry racists, protected by federal marshals, Ruby experienced school like few others ever have. She joined Jonathon to share her story.