Monthly Archives: August 2023

And Then There Was This, July August 2023

By J.M. Glover: Imposing abortion globally Western countries, like Canada and the U.S., provide assistance to developing countries to help combat medical emergencies like HIV/AIDS, poverty and weather-related catastrophes. However, there is an important catch. The funding is often attached with strings that abortion must be promoted and performed. Leading African business, religious and political leaders have asked members of the U.S. [...]

Late-term abortions

Rory Leishman: Dr. Warren Hern is a cold-hearted killer—the moral equivalent of a hired assassin—who has no compunction about aborting even the healthy baby of a healthy mother during the last stages of a pregnancy simply because the mother has decided that she no longer wants her child to live. In this respect, Hern stands virtually alone. Only a tiny minority of [...]

2023-08-11T09:15:01-04:00August 11, 2023|Rory Leishman|

Authors examine ideological assault on children

Angelica Vecchiato, Review: Stolen Youth: How Radicals are Erasing Innocence and Indoctrinating a Generation by Bethany Mandel and Karol Markowicz (Daily Wire, $37.99, 347 pages) In a world of progressive evangelists proselytising the gospel of woke, children are not safe. Bethany Mandel and Karol Markowicz’s Stolen Youth is a biting exposé of the leftist indoctrination that has subtly seeped its way in [...]

2023-08-10T09:22:20-04:00August 10, 2023|Marriage and Family, Society & Culture|

Preserving individual rights and freedom is the only way to prevent genocide

John Carpay: I recently had the privilege of meeting Holocaust survivor and human rights advocate Vera Sharav and listening to her speak at an event in Hamilton, Ont. in June. Vera Sharav has been a thorn in the side of big pharma since her son died suddenly and unexpectedly from side effects caused by an antidepressant medication that he was taking in [...]

2023-08-10T09:11:27-04:00August 10, 2023|John Carpay|

Tragic Flaw: Robert Kaplan’s mea culpa

Interim writer, Rick McGinnis, Amusements It might be easier to be optimistic about the future if we published more mea culpas – books like Robert D. Kaplan’s recent The Tragic Mind: Fear, Fate and the Burden of Power, in which the author confesses to a heavy conscience in the wake of what he considers two errors of judgment that ended [...]

2023-08-01T08:15:47-04:00August 1, 2023|Reviews, Rick McGinnis|
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