Most progressives claim to be science-based, but in their opposition to Motion 312, science ironically proves they’re not.
Unless a party somewhere has Newton’s Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica as their platform, no political organization is science-based. If any Liberal or New Democrat wants to be part of an institution with a scientific foundation they . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Science Shows Progressives Aren’t Science-Based
If a pregnant woman with a 38 week old fetus is violently attacked and survives but the fetus dies there is no charge of murder. Is that just?
Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth proposed Motion 312 ostensibly to update the archaic definition of when life begins in the Canadian legal code, but more realistically his . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: M-312 Aborted, Questions Live On
When people don’t talk about an issue because of fear, society becomes ignorant. Abortion is one such topic where ignorance abounds, and not just on one side of the debate either. The polarization of the issue has all but eliminated reasonable discussion, leaving most Canadians less than informed, and facing the sensationalistic extremes on either . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: How Abortion Is Making You Dumb
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