Conservative Member of Parliament Cathay Wagantall joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss her new private member’s bill, Cassie and Molly’s Law. Cassie and Molly were brutally murdered in Windsor, Ontario. Cathay Wagantall plans to bring their case to the floor of the House of Commons.
By Jonathon Van Maren Finally, finally someone is addressing the perpetual nonsense about Donald Trump channelling “legitimate anger” and how we should “respect” the dumpster fire that is the Trump campaign. From the always-brilliant David French over at the National Review: For generations, conservatives have rightly railed against deterministic progressive notions that put human choices…Details
In this week’s episode of The Bridgehead, Jonathon Van Maren talks to Astrid Gutierrez about how to run a crisis pregnancy centre–and how to dissuade women from having abortions.
By Jonathon Van Maren Yuval was probably around sixty, but moved like someone much older. His facial expressions were either entirely impassive or wildly unimpressed. At the moment, he was also irritated. His white van had been idling at the curb of our Eilat hostel for a full thirty-seven seconds, and one of my three…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren In case you needed another reason to oppose the porn industry, The Independent is reporting that women are “regularly” forced into pornography in Japan. Women in Japan are being exploited by the country’s multi-million-pound pornography industry, it has been alleged. More than 130 cases have come to light over the last…Details
In the months since the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal broke, the abortion giant has struck back hard with lawsuits and indictments. Troy Newman joins Jonathon Van Maren to update him on what’s happening now.
By Jonathon Van Maren As the culture wars heat up and assaults on religious liberty increase, Christians are increasingly beginning to wonder who their friends are. After some thought, I’ve come up with a helpful litmus test: If a someone identifies as a Christian (and people can identify as anything these days) but spends more…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Times seem dark for American conservatism. With the Republican Party engaging in a bloody, full-fledged civil war, the House of Clinton slowly rising once again, and the potential of Barack Obama stacking the Supreme Court with progressive justices for a generation, politicians constantly conjure up the smiling, sunny face of Ronald…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren The big story this week is the ongoing discussion surrounding euthanasia in Canada—but there’s been other developments, as well. My weekly culture update: **** Euthanasia has many victims, but it seems that the first one the suicide cheerleaders are attempting to claim is freedom of conscience, with a Canadian parliamentary panel…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren If there’s one thing that many conservatives have traditionally hated doing, it’s recognizing that the left has conquered virtually every aspect of mainstream culture: Hollywood, the mainstream media, the music industry. Left-wing politicians have a horde of attractive movie stars and musicians to headline their rallies—conservatives have had virtually none. When…Details