Canadian pro-choice activist lied about pro-life harassment–and is now headed to court

By Jonathon Van Maren When the debate over Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s bubble zone legislation first came up last year, I pointed out something that the media will never cover: Pro-life activists are routinely subjected to violent threats, physical intimidation, and assault. In fact, if pro-lifers publicized each instance and the media covered these incidents…

Justin Trudeau has handed the pro-life movement an unprecedented opportunity

By Jonathon Van Maren Earlier this month, Konrad Yakabuski over at the Globe and Mail shared some interesting insights on the cultural social conservatism of many new Canadians—an often-overlooked fact that explains quite a bit about recent political trends in this country: Canada has accepted about five million new immigrants in the past 25 years…

Will the Canada Summer Jobs “abortion attestation” be a factor in Trudeau’s political demise?

By Jonathon Van Maren The Canada Summer Jobs controversy just won’t go away, and those who championed the “abortion attestation” are getting noticeably frustrated that Canadians simply won’t understand that the Liberals understand what “in good conscience” means far better than the ignorant religious Canadians protesting what many consider to be compelled speech. Abortion activists…

The Republicans hand Planned Parenthood $500 million as it prepares to spend $20 million to defeat Republicans

By Jonathon Van Maren The last few months have brought quite a few pro-life victories right across the United States. Iowa passed a fetal heartbeat abortion ban. South Dakota passed a bill requiring abortionists to tell women that abortion kills a human being—which is an undeniable fact. And last week, Mississippi passed a 15-week ban…