Steve Jalsevac

A response to Evangelical calls to disengage from the political fight

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by Rob Schwarzwalder Fri Jun 22 17:03 EST Comments (6)

As explained by my friends Tim Dalrymple and Mark Tooley, it has become fashionable among some young evangelicals to call upon social conservatives to disengage from the political fight. Instead, they urge their peers to serve our neighbors with…

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Tags: faith, persecution, politics

Nagging feeling that Quebec ‘registry of homophobic’ acts is really about another agenda

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by Steve Jalsevac Tue Jun 19 14:14 EST Comments (5)

Quebec’s government-funded ‘registry of homophobic acts’ tempts one to question the very sanity of those who support this extreme, totalitarian measure.

We have gone from, “if you don’t want to have a same-sex ‘marriage’, don’t have one”, and…

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Political conservatives a vanished species in Canada?

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by Steve Jalsevac Thu Jun 14 20:36 EST Comments (2)

Canada continues its accelerating, dangerous social change experiments. One of the main reasons this is happening is that, on the political level, elected officials supposedly representing a conservative alternative for voters have betrayed their…

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Ontario Bill 13’s two shocks Thursday

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by Steve Jalsevac Tue Jun 05 19:09 EST Comments (17)

Today has been a shocker for Ontario parents and pro-family leaders and activists, especially those involved with the province’s huge Catholic school system.

One shock was the passage of the Liberal government’s mad Bill 13. That’s the forced gay…

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Pro-life, pro-family Canadians having a particularly tough time right now

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by Steve Jalsevac Fri Jun 01 20:03 EST Comments (10)

Pro-life, pro-family Canadians are having a particularly tough time right now. At the federal government level they have a “Conservative” Prime Minister who continues to be unreasonably determined to shut down all debate in Parliament that might in…

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Ontario government getting ugly over forcing GSAs and bishops trust the wrong people yet again

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by Steve Jalsevac Fri May 25 20:33 EST Comments (6)

In Canada, the Ontario government’s fierce determination to force all Catholic and other schools to accept anti-Christian, homosexuality normalizing Gay Straight Alliances is now getting ugly.

The Ontario bishops’ organization strategy of…

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Inspiring, energetic youth at Ottawa March For Life; My speech on Parliament Hill

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by Steve Jalsevac Fri May 18 17:04 EST Comments (2)

We put out a lot of coverage of Canada’s National March for Life in Ottawa, but I have to admit it is impossible to convey all the great things that occurred from Wednesday evening through to Friday afternoon. It was the most energizing March for…

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Updated: Ottawa March for Life photos 2: The March

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by Steve Jalsevac Tue May 15 16:48 EST Comments (1)

OTTAWA, May 15, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The weather on May 10 for the Canadian National March for Life in Ottawa was heavily overcast and cool with constant threat of rain. Soon after the march through the streets of downtown Ottawa started, the…

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Tags: abortion, canada, march for life

Ottawa March for Life photos 1: On the Hill

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by Steve Jalsevac Mon May 14 18:29 EST Comments (8)

OTTAWA, May 14, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Last Thursday’s March for life was an inspiring event with its record crowd and enthusiastic participants. Here are 48 photos taken on Parliament Hill before and after the march. These photos will be…

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Tags: abortion, march for life ottawa

Bioethics and the 2012 election: Romney’s surrogate grandsons

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by Michael Cook Sat May 05 14:33 EST Comments (29)

May 5, 2012, (bioedge.org) – Entering national politics is a bit like strip mining the family farm. As soon as you’ve sold your soul, the earthmovers get to work excavating your family’s life story. This week, for instance, two of Barack…

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Tags: ivf, mitt romney, surrogacy

A crucial lesson for pro-life, pro-family and religious leaders

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by Steve Jalsevac Fri May 04 19:47 EST Comments (3)

The reports on the possible release of Chen Guangcheng and then also He Peirong contain a crucial lesson as Reggie Littejohn states:

“Some say that quiet, back door diplomacy is the way to deal with the detention of Chinese human rights defenders. …

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Chen Guangcheng story explosion; fanatical Ontario premier

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by Steve Jalsevac Wed May 02 19:34 EST Comments (2)

The Chen Guangcheng story exploded this week. This heroic blind man has caused an international political crisis by putting a spotlight to be put on both the Chinese and Obama governments for their atrocious negligence regarding China’s vicious…

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Wonderful LSN gala, comments on April 30 News

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by Steve Jalsevac Mon Apr 30 19:11 EST Comments (0)

The LifeSiteNews 15th Anniversary gala in Washington was a wonderful evening enjoyed by a high powered group of 175 enthusiastic pro-life, pro-family leaders, activists and supporters. Everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy the fellowship and listening…

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Gibbons trial to continue on May 4 after legal arguments

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by Tony Gosgnach Fri Apr 27 11:24 EST Comments (32)

Toronto, Ontario, April 27, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The conclusion of Linda Gibbons’s trial on a charge of disobeying a court order was put off to at least May 4 when her defence counsel raised two legal arguments on her behalf as her trial began…

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Tags: abortion, linda gibbons

Critical organ donation warnings and guidance in new pamphlet: “Do not do an Apnea test!”

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by Steve Jalsevac Thu Apr 26 20:36 EST Comments (9)

April 26, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Dr. Paul Byrne has been on a personal mission for many years to warn the public about the alarming facts and dangers of the $20 billion dollar-a-year organ transplant industry.  At the International Conference for…

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Tags: apnea test, brain death, dr. paul byrne, organ donation

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