Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter joins Jonathon Van Maren to tell his story. Pinchas lived through the Warsaw Ghetto, witnessed the Warsaw Uprising, and survived five concentration camps.
Conrad Black joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss his book Rise to Greatness: A History of Canada from the Vikings to the Present.
Robert P. George of Princeton University, author of the Manhattan Declaration and many books, has been referred to as the leading Christian scholar of our time by the New York Times. He joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how we can defend religious freedom in the West.
In 1961, a photo of James Zwerg’s battered face went around the world after he was severely beaten when the Freedom Rides arrived in Montgomery, Alabama on their crusade to end segregation. This Civil Rights hero joins Jonathon Van Maren to tell his story.
Carol Everett is a former abortion provider who served as the director of four abortion clinics. She now works to expose the sham of “reproductive rights”–and joins Jonathon to explain how abortion salespeople use sex education to drum up business.
Lynn Johnston, a Canadian cartoonist, is best known for her newspaper comic strip For Better or For Worse. She was the first woman and first Canadian to win the National Cartoonist Society’s Reuben Award, and has been nominated for a Pulitzer. She joined Jonathon to discuss the world of cartooning, writing, and storytelling.
A hilarious writer who started off at age 12 with This Can’t Be Happening At McDonald Hall, Gordon Korman has since branched out to other genres, including his excellent and popular series’ Everest, Dive, and Island. Korman has written over 85 books and sold over 17 million copies. He joined Jonathon to discuss the life…Details
Acclaimed author Kit Pearson joins Jonathon Van Maren on The Bridgehead for the second installment in our Children’s Literature series. Author of novels like A Handful of Time, Awake and Dreaming, and The Sky is Falling, Pearson produces literature of a rare quality. In this interview, she explains how.
For the first in our Christmas season literature series, Jonathon Van Maren chats with award-winning Canadian author Jean Little on children’s literature, writing, and how her life translates into her writing.
Rev. Douglas Wilson joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss the state of free speech, the endgame of the Left, and the insanity of today’s campus culture.