One sign that a country is in trouble is when the top court’s opinion is deemed controversial.
Canada doesn’t have to worry about that, not because its Supreme Court is so respected, but because of how little Canadians know about its rulings, in particular that our highest court believes abortion should be restricted.
It was . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Canada’s Supreme Court Wants To Restrict Abortions
… someone I couldn’t care less about is having a baby… In other breaking news, the world is ending in a few weeks. You choose which of these is more irrelevant. (3) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: In breaking news…
Paying to use a woman’s body for sex is legal in Canada, while paying to use a woman’s body to give birth isn’t. There is no law in this northern nation that makes prostitution illegal but strangely enough there is one that bans paying surrogate mothers to help those who can’t have children.
Regardless of . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Surrogacy & Prostitution, or Neither
The abortion debate will be polarized no matter what, and if the politicians like Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth don’t ensure that, the media will.
On March 14 Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth talked with reporters about his private members’ motion asking for a public discussion on when life begins. Though his comparison between unborn persons . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Why The Abortion Debate Is Polarized