The Guardian called this “the greatest photograph of the 20th century.” A question: Should we be allowed to kill him?

By Jonathon Van Maren Over at The Guardian, a British newspaper that can be accurately referred to as “pro-abortion,” Charlotte Jansen just published an essay on the famous photographs of pre-born children taken by photojournalist Lennart Nilsson, asking whether the photograph of a baby at 18 weeks gestation is “the greatest photograph of the twentieth…

Parents sue school after their six-year-old daughter was told “girls don’t exist,” conscience legislation passes in Alberta (and other stories)

By Jonathon Van Maren A round-up of important culture war news: *** A pro-life hero most people have never heard of passed away recently. As The College Fix put it: Michael Uhlmann, who passed away last month, may be the most consequential government official you’ve never heard of. His doctoral dissertation helped save the Electoral…

Study reports that 96% of biologists confirm that human life begins at fertilization

By Jonathon Van Maren Earlier this month, Quillette published a fascinating piece by Steve Jacobs titled “I Asked Thousands of Biologists When Life Begins. The Answer Wasn’t Popular.” He writes: Shortly after being awarded my Ph.D. by the University of Chicago’s department of Comparative Human Development this year, I found myself in a minor media…