It's been two years to the month since the previous episode of the Right Minds Podcast. Guest-host Origen now joins me as my co-host and we begin discussing the Royal Commission Report into the Christchurch massacre.
Civil disobedience by a church done correctly in the age of COVID. In Canada, many parts of the country have been under some form of lockdown for an entire year. Predictably, the economic and social costs have been devastating.
In the early days of this incarnation of cancel culture (c. 2016-2018) it was wise to oppose it, but few did. Now we're well past the point of no return. The tide is coming in, and only a fool would dare to oppose it.
Ultimately all the equality and anti-separatism fighting comes from good intent, but it's a trap. It will always be framed by the evil journalist class as inverted. So as a 2021 New Year's Resolution, why don't we just stop doing it?
Based in Canada, Choice42 is one of the few pro-life groups who openly call abortion out for what it is: murder and child sacrifice. The uncompromising visuals are what makes this short video a powerful work of art.
While New Zealand has experienced another mystery COVID case, Australia is planning a normal Christmas with the virus almost eliminated. But according to our leaders, we must "rinse and repeat" all measures and controls until there's a vaccine.
I've always loved American politics, even if purely for the entertainment factor. On November 3rd, President Trump won the legal vote by a huge margin and the Republican party made historic gains down ballot.
There will be no livestream tonight, or next Friday, as Trad Tasman Talk is taking a break. I believe that Tim will be doing Friday episodes of Wilms Front instead if you'd like to follow some Australian politics.
Imam Mohammed Tawhidi seeks reformation. It's a word that I am always cautious about, as a genuine religious reformation should lead to conservative and fundamentalist theology. A Christian fundamentalist is harmless, but a Muslim fundamentalist can be quite an explosive figure. Imam Tawhidi ...
I received an email from a reader who has just discovered Right Minds and has been reading some of my older content. Two years ago, almost to the day, I wrote "remember M. Arnoud Beltrame, because the French won't."