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.
Dr. Clenora Hudson-Weems’ book Emmett Till: The Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement fundamentally changed the way we think about how the Civil Rights Movement began. She joined Jonathon to talk about her most recent book on the murder of Emmett Till and the Civil Rights Movement.
When the genocide began in Rwanda in 1994, most foreigners fled the country. Missionary Carl Wilkens was the only American who refused to leave the country, remaining in Rwanda for the entire duration of the genocide. He joined Jonathon to talk about what he saw.
Jeannie Smith is a Holocaust lecturer and daughter of the Holocaust Rescuer Irene Opdyke. She joined Jonathon to discuss her mother’s life and legacy.
Barbara Winton is the daughter of Holocaust Rescuer Sir Nicholas Winton author of the book “It’s Not Impossible: The Life of Sir Nicholas Winton.” She joined Jonathon to discuss her father’s life and legacy.
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.
David Kupelian is a well-known journalist, commentator, and author of the classic best-seller “The Marketing of Evil.” He joins Jonathon to discuss how the Secular Left has sold our culture on lies like abortion, the Sexual Revolution, and pornography.
Rebecca Kiessling is an international pro-life speaker and attorney, who travels around the world to share her story of being conceived in rape. She joins Jonathon to tell her story, and advocate for the 1% of pre-born children in the womb that many seem content to sacrifice.
Joe Scheidler is known as the “Godfather of the Pro-Life Movement.” Prior to Roe vs. Wade, he was also involved in the Civil Rights Movement, fighting against segregation in the Deep South. He joined Jonathon to talk about the early days of the pro-life movment and the Civil Rights Movement.
Dr. Jacqueline Harvey is a statistician who fights for the rights of the disabled, the elderly, and the pre-born. She often testifies on behalf of pro-life laws around the country, and has been cited by the Supreme Court of the United States. She joined Jonathon to talk about how to find the truth amid all…Details