Tidings of great consternation

And so it came to pass - in my 41st year, an angel appeared and said, ‘Yes, you are pregnant' And so it came to pass - in my 41st year, an angel appeared and said, "Yes, you are pregnant." It wasn't an angel in the conventional sense of the word; rather, it was a home pregnancy test kit from Shoppers Drug [...]

2010-07-19T12:03:31-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Desperately seeking saints to vote for

I finally have figured out who I'm going to vote for in the forthcoming Ontario provincial election. Right now, it's downright dangerous for taxpayers walking by Queen's Park because they're liable to be knocked down by the bags of money being thrown out the doors to pay for pre-election propaganda masquerading as informational ads. If I can't find a Family Coalition Party [...]

2010-07-30T10:26:14-04:00May 19, 1999|Frank Kennedy|

Crushing dissent via ‘human rights’

One of the most terrifying aspects of Canadian politics for social conservatives - at least this should be the case - is the nation's so-called "human rights" commissions and tribunals. These kangaroo courts, where historical, Judaeo-Christian principles of jurisprudence are tossed out the window, have established themselves in almost every part of Canada as the primary tool by which leftists seek to [...]

2010-07-30T10:26:35-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Abortionists exposed

The Death Peddlers: War on the Unborn, by Rev. Paul Marx, O.S.B. (Human Life International Canada, 1998, 208 pages, $12.45 postpaid.) In 1971 Fr. Marx attended a special pro-abortion symposium in California. Calling himself simply "Doctor," since he had a doctorate in sociology, he applied to attend, and got permission to tape the proceedings. He wrote this book in 1971 based on [...]

2010-07-30T10:26:50-04:00May 19, 1999|Abortion, Book Review|

Romance versus love

By Love Refined: Letters to a Young Bride, by Dr. Alice von Hildebrand (Sophia Institute Press). Perhaps it's just me, but I once had a tendency to think of marriage in terms of romance. I had often been told that even the best marriages must weather rough times - but I was sure that mine wouldn't. As far as I was concerned, [...]

2010-07-19T12:27:49-04:00May 19, 1999|Book Review|

The truth about rock

Truth About Rock: Shattering the Myth of Harmless Music, by Steve Peters and Mark Littleton (Bethany House Publishers, 1998, 205 pages, $14.50 CAD).Reviewed by Paul Tuns The Interim Many if not most people would say that rock music is just another option on the entertainment smorgasbord; that going to a rock concert is no different from attending the theatre, and the Beatles [...]

2010-07-30T10:27:09-04:00May 19, 1999|Book Review|

Voting pro-life: It really is the very least we can do

With a provincial election only weeks away in Ontario, and fast approaching in several other provinces, we would all do well to remember the basic principle of pro-life voting: being pro-abortion (or "pro-choice") disqualifies a person for public office. This includes those who claim to be "personally opposed" to abortion, but are unwilling to do anything to stop it.The right to life [...]

2010-07-30T10:27:28-04:00May 19, 1999|Editorials, Pro-Life|

Onward Christian Soldiers

In the wake of the Clinton impeachment debacle, some moral conservatives are asking whether the culture war has been lost. Others say now is definitely not the time to disengage Following the February vote by the United States Senate to not remove President Bill Clinton from office, conservative activist Paul Weyrich said that perhaps the best course of action for moral conservatives [...]

2010-07-19T12:20:06-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Ontario attorney-general retires from politics

Ontario Attorney-General Charles Harnick has announced he will not be a candidate in the provincial election, a move that is being applauded by pro-lifers. Harnick was first elected MPP for Willowdale in 1990, and was re-elected in the landslide Tory victory of June 1995. Premier Mike Harris appointed him attorney-general on June 26, a position he has held ever since. Just three [...]

2010-07-19T12:19:20-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Ontario NDP has abandoned ‘the little guy’

Pro-lifers say the party aggressively promotes abortion, while claiming to be ‘family-friendly' The Ontario NDP released its election agenda in late February and despite claims that the party is "family friendly," it contained nary a word about abortion or gay rights. The much-heralded, yet quite empty, "Six Commitments" party platform seeks to undo much of the Tory government's spending cuts. It will [...]

2010-07-30T10:28:06-04:00May 19, 1999|Politics|

Show the Truth Tour gearing up to visit Ottawa, Maritimes

Group reiterates its commitment to prayerful, peaceful witness The Show the Truth tour is coming to the Ottawa valley July 5-9 and to the east coast of Canada August 1-15. The tour, which features signs showing graphically what abortion does to preborn babies, has been the subject of some controversy after negative press coverage, especially a CBC feature earlier this year. The [...]

2010-07-30T10:28:26-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Kevorkian sentenced, backs down on threat of hunger strike

On April 13, Oakland County Circuit Judge Jessica Cooper sentenced Jack Kevorkian to 10-25 years in prison for second-degree murder, scolding him for defying the laws of Michigan in his campaign for doctor-assisted suicide. The sentence is the latest chapter in a story that gained international attention after Kevorkian released a video tape to 60 Minutes showing him administering a lethal injection into [...]

2010-07-30T10:28:39-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Pro-life, even when it hurts

Being pro-life got personal when Eileen Schuller discovered fetal tissue was being used to treat the disease that is slowly weakening her mind and body Eileen Schuller couldn't believe her ears. Like other members of her group - who call themselves Parkinsonians - she had eagerly anticipated hearing the guest speaker, a medical doctor who come to share the latest trends in [...]

2010-07-30T10:29:08-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

REAL Women puts powerful feminist judge on the hot seat

Earlier this year, REAL Women of Canada launched a complaint with the Canadian Judicial Council to have Supreme Court Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dubé thrown off the bench for judicial misconduct. The judge denied REAL Women's allegations when they were submitted to her by the CJC. But, seeing significant misrepresentations of fact in L'Heureux-Dubé's response, REAL Women president Jeannine Lebel fired off another letter [...]

2010-07-30T10:29:29-04:00May 19, 1999|Issues|

Lament for a Son

Lament for a Son by Nicholas Wolterstorf. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1987. $14.50 (Cdn) Wolterstorff, a Christian philosopher, lost his 25-year-old son in a mountaineering accident. His cri du coeur is so poignant it has consoled a generation of grieving parents in a way that no self-help book by a professional expert ever could. Lament for a Son [...]

2010-07-30T10:29:49-04:00May 19, 1999|Book Review|
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