Jonathon discusses the current social and political climate regarding abortion in Canada.
Rev. Gerard Wilberforce is a priest from the United Kingdom—and great-great grandson of the abolitionist William Wilberforce. He joined Jonathon to discuss the legacy of his ancestor—and what William Wilberforce would be doing today if he were alive.
Joel C. Rosenberg is a New York Times best-selling fiction and non-fiction author. He joined Jonathon to talk about the persecution of Christians overseas as well as the duty of Christians to defend the defenceless here at home.
Maurice Vellacott is a Member of Parliament. He joined Jonathon to talk about political strategies of moving the abortion debate forward.
Rev. Douglas Wilson is pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is an author, speaker, and debator—most notably featured in the documentary Collision when he went on a debating tour with the late Christopher Hitchens.
Dr. Clenora-Hudson Weems is the author of the ground-breaking book Emmett Till: The Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement. She joined Jonathon to talk about the impact of imagery on the Civil Rights movement—and what we can learn from the story of Emmett Till.
Gavin McInnes is a Scottish-Canadian writer, creative director, actor, and co-founder of Vice Magazine. He used to be a liberal pro-choice celebrity. Now, he’s pro-life. He came on The Bridgehead to tell us why.
Peter Hitchens is a renowned journalist, commentator, and author hailing from the United Kingdom. His scathing tomes having taken on everything from left-wing ideology (The Abolition of Britain) to the flamboyant atheism of his brother Christopher (The Rage Against God.) He came on The Bridgehead to discuss the current state of the West—and dig into…
Stephen Woodworth is a Member of Parliament. He joined Jonathon to discuss abortion politics in the House of Commons and in Canada.
Dr. Margaret Somerville is a professor of law and medicine at McGill University. She joined Jonathon to weigh in on the ethics of abortion and euthanasia, and where Canadian culture is at.