“The closer we get to victory, the more vicious the other side will become.” This is something that host Mark Crutcher has been saying for years. This episode proves he was right. We interview pro-life activist Nicholas Heald who was viciously attacked by pro-choice teenagers outside a Milwaukee high school. Plus, we discuss the abortionist who is brazenly defying the new Texas abortion law, Biden’s commitment to the abortion lobby, and the new proposal allowing the IRS to audit virtually all financial transactions.
Unsurprisingly, the left is still in an uproar about Texas’ ban of abortions after the detection of the child’s heartbeat. Special guest Sheila Crutcher joins the hosts (yet again) to pick up where we left off last week on reactions from the left – including the Department of Justice’s emergency order asking for a halt to the new law. Also, if you were on pins and needles wondering how Portland, Oregon’s vote to ban Texas trade and travel went, we’ve got an update you don’t want to miss.
Despite the attempts of the pro-choice side, the Texas ban on abortion after the detection of fetal heartbeat has gone into effect. Special guest Sheila Crutcher joins the hosts (who are proud Texans) to discuss the reactions from the left…
It’s official. What pro-aborts are calling a “devious” abortion ban is now in effect in Texas. The whole world has reacted and pro-choicers are not handling it well, to say the least.
It seems like everyday, there is more talk about toxic masculinity, more examples of male bashing, and how “cis men” are the problem. We discuss this troubling trend in our culture and how a number of serious problems that males are facing are being completely ignored. This controversial episode leaves you asking, does modern feminism have the solution, or is it part of the problem?
Despite conservatives not having control in the Oval Office and in the Senate, conservatives are not backing down in the fight against abortion. As mentioned in a Huffington Post article, a tidal wave of pro-life bills are being introduced by states. We discuss this and other victories. But as Sarah points out, we must be careful because Republican does not always mean pro-life.