Monthly Archives: October 2012

How sad that Justin Trudeau could be our next PM

There is nothing good in the news that the Liberals under Justin Trudeau could win enough seats in an election held today to form a minority government. It certainly speaks to the tenuous hold that the Tories have on their … Continue reading

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Amanda Todd’s Tragic Death

I was in Vancouver and ran across a piece of Women’s Studies groupthink on the sad death of B.C. teen Amanda Todd. Here is a link to her article http://www.the-peak.ca/?s=amanda+todd and here is my response. Katherine Pol’s commentary on Amanda … Continue reading

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Sorry Alan, but abortion is still wrong

Recently Alan Borovoy, former chief counsel for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, got an op ed piece into the National Post explaining why prolifers should go away and die. (or perhaps I’m oversimplifying). I wrote the Post a letter, probably … Continue reading

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Abortion in Cases of Rape and Incest

Choose Life VIctoria’s sponsorship of the 40 Days for Life Vigil recently drew a comment from “Janis” that argued that because men could not be raped, they should stay away from the vigil. Here is my response. Note the link … Continue reading

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We have to stop apologizing for defending unborn babies

So an Indiana senatorial candidate, a Republican, showed his true, pro life colours and is being attacked by Democrats in the hopes he will re-ignite the flagging Obama campaign. Mourdock by name, he dared to say what pro-lifers believe, that … Continue reading

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Why Canadian Pro-Lifers Should Take Hope

I`ve been working on a writing project that requires me to write the history of the Christian churches in the Soviet Union. Unexpectedly I have found reason to be hopeful –as a pro-lifer– in the struggle of Soviet Christians not … Continue reading

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At last: a hymn to the spirit of Vatican II

Now is the time to gather and remember/ Our silent past, in church a voiceless throng/Frozen in time as in a cold December/ until that wondrous shepherd came along. So begins the appalling processional hymn (or opening song, as many … Continue reading

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