White House Divided: How social conservatives gained a foothold in the Trump Administration

By Jonathon Van Maren As Year One of the Trump Administration draws to a close, the predictable report cards are coming in. Progressives are predicting he’ll implode or be impeached and paint his first year as an unmitigated disaster, maintaining the shrill tone they inaugurated during his candidacy. Most conservatives see his presidency so far…

The feminist Liberals just told a female MP that she isn’t a good enough woman

By Jonathon Van Maren Pam Damoff, the Liberal Member of Parliament for Oakville North-Burlington, has an interesting and illuminating voting record. For example, in 2016 she voted against an amendment to her party’s euthanasia legalization bill that would “protect freedom of conscience for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and healthcare institutions to refuse to participate in euthanasia.”…

Abortion activists fear that Trump’s presidency could end abortion in America

By Jonathon Van Maren Abortion activists are afraid that Donald Trump’s presidency could end legal abortion in America. That’s a sentence I never thought I’d write, and to be honest, I think that abortion activists are perhaps overstating the case. For starters, they need to overstate their case—it’s true that pro-lifers are pressing their advantage…