How Islam progressively takes over countries

(source) In Dr. Peter Hammond’s book, “Slavery, Terrorism and Islam,” he documents the way Muslims slowly develop a presence in various countries and as their population numbers build, become more aggressive and assertive about exercising Sharia law. “Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete,... Continue Reading →

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Heartwarming proof that little children are instinctively pro-life

(source) Earlier this week, my wife dropped by our pro-life office over lunchtime with our toddler daughter. As we chatted with coffee, Charlotte began to wander through the office to do some exploring, poking here and there to see what she could find. There wasn’t much that was fragile around that she could break, so I... Continue Reading →

Me, Me, Me narcissism of the trans movement

(source) The intolerance of trans activists stems from our Me, Me, Me culture. ‘Professors bullied into silence as students cry transphobia.’ So ran a headline in The Sunday Times at the weekend. According to the report, more than a dozen academics, including several feminist professors, fear their voices are being silenced by students complaining that they are transphobic. They... Continue Reading →

A professor at Harvard Law and a true SJW (which makes this whole story a lot sweeter) Gets Lesbian Pregnant and Gets Punked by Lesbian’s Trans Lover And Her Boyfriend

Men are stupid. There. I said it. I said it despite being a man. (source) Because as long as a woman meets a minimal floor of aesthetic appeal she can convince a man that he’s incredibly attractive and charming. That floor, of course, is a function of the desperation of the man to feel attractive,... Continue Reading →

Coming Out as Catholic

(source) I have a friend who came out to me recently – as a Catholic.  “I identify as Catholic,” she told me. “I didn’t know there was a name for what I was at first, and I grew up in a community that was constantly mocking Catholics. But deep down, I always knew I was different. And when I found... Continue Reading →

From ‘Bake My Cake’ to ‘Wax My Testicles’

(source) Surely we live in the best of all possible worlds — or at least in the best of all possible Canadas: A B.C. Human Rights Tribunal hearing devolved into repeated outbursts and name-calling this week as it considered a transgender woman’s complaint that a home-based salon discriminated against her by denying her a Brazilian... Continue Reading →

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