Charles Adler holds social conservatives in contempt. They should return the favor.

By Jonathon Van Maren For days, the only story that progressives have wanted to talk about regarding the provincial election in Alberta is the “explosive” interview between radio host Charles Adler and United Conservative Party leader (and former Harper cabinet minister) Jason Kenney. The Canadian commentariat seems to be of a single mind on the…

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The pro-life movement in Romania is exploding–and one medical student explains why

By Jonathon Van Maren Earlier this week, LifeSiteNews reported on the “Babies Go To European Parliament” initiative, launched by a Romanian pro-life group, and noted that anti-abortion activism seems to be exploding there. This year’s March for Life, for example, is their ninth national march, and each year the numbers continue to grow. In 2013, 23 cities…

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How the media covers up the crimes of the abortion industry

By Jonathon Van Maren We have not seen this much discussion about abortion in the United States since the Center for Medical Progress broke the news that Planned Parenthood sells baby body parts back in 2015. The Democratic Party’s insistence on supporting abortion right up until birth—and their refusal to condemn the practice of killing abortion survivors—is…

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Hundreds of pro-life laws being pushed in monumental effort across America

By Jonathon Van Maren No wonder American abortion activists have been panicking: According to a recent report from Planned Parenthood and the Guttmacher Institute, more than 250 bills restricting abortion have been filed in 41 states since the beginning of 2019. More than 400 pro-life laws have passed in state legislatures since 2011, but the avalanche of…

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British rapper breaks women’s weight-lifting records while identifying as female to prove a point

If you needed more evidence that we live in one of the dumbest eras, peruse this news item from the Daily Mail: In a scientific first, researchers claim to have found that differences between men’s and women’s brains start in the womb. The conclusion is likely to be controversial, with some experts claiming social influences are…

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