Obianuju Ekeocha, a Nigerian-born scientist who runs Culture of Life Africa, is a world-renowned pro-life activist. She joined Jonathon Van Maren to talk about her new book, Target Africa: Ideological Neo-colonialism of the Twenty-first Century.
The New Yorker says Chick-Fil-A in NYC is “creepy” because of its “pervasive Christian traditionalism”
By Jonathon Van Maren Every once in awhile, a column surfaces that starkly illustrates the Left’s contempt for those who disagree with them. Last month, it was a New York Times columnist writing that he couldn’t wait for his entire generation to die off so America could finally become the progressive paradise it was meant…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren As Canada’s euthanasia regime takes shape, suicide activists are already pushing to expand the categories of eligibility for killing. Nothing highlights this fact more starkly than a recent essay published in the Globe and Mail titled “Fight to the death: Why Canada’s physician-assisted suicide dying debate has only just begin,” penned…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren On the heels of the FBI’s shutdown of Backpage.com, which has been a huge facilitator of human trafficking for years, President Donald Trump has struck another blow against the sex traffickers, signing an essential piece of legislation on April 11. From the Washington Post: President Trump signed a bill Wednesday that gives federal…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Around the world, abortion activists are on the march, trying with all their might to push feticide as a fundamental right in countries that have long rejected the destruction of pre-born children. In Ireland, of course, pro-life activists are in a race against time before a referendum on May 25, when…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren In Russia, everything seems to have a violent backstory. The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, for example, was built in Moscow in 1883, the largest church in the vast Russian Empire—until Joseph Stalin, in his iconoclastic fervor, blew it up to make way for a proletarian public swimming pool. Accompanied by…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren So the latest politician to get taken down over allegations of sexual misconduct is Michael Harris, a Member of Provincial Parliament in Ontario. Harris, who was promptly turfed as a candidate by the Progressive Conservatives, had apparently been sexting with a young intern. According to the PC caucus chair: The evidence…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren To start your Monday off with some good news, here’s the story that had friends from across the continent messaging me in excitement this weekend. From the New York Post: Sleazy classified site Backpage.com was shut down Friday after the FBI raided the home of its co-founder, according to new reports.…Details
In a chilling new book, Juanita Broaddrick describes how she survived being assaulted by Bill Clinton–and how Hillary Clinton threatened her to cover it up. She joined Jonathon Van Maren to discuss the Clinton crimes, and how the recent attention to her story has impacted her life.
By Jonathon Van Maren If you’ve been wondering how Rachel Notley’s NDP is going to try cling to power and fend off the steamrolling Jason Kenney, here’s your answer, posted to the Alberta’s NDP Facebook page on March 28: One year later, as the UCP prepares for its policy convention, where does Jason Kenney stand?…Details