The National Review is not endorsing a single candidate in this year’s federal election.
But it is making the case that the anti-choice movement is far from alone in its opposition to abortion.
And in a stunning move, the magazine published an editorial Tuesday entitled “It’s Not About the Middle.”
In the article, titled “The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Conservative Party,” National Review senior editor Robert Costa argues that the Canadian Conservative Party has been anti-woman for decades.
“In many ways, the Conservative party has been the party of anti-women from the earliest days,” he writes.
“As the party began to embrace a more socially liberal agenda, its leaders and officials have embraced an ideology that equates women with a biological ‘virus,'” and that their “own bodies are ‘the enemy.'”
And he writes that “the Conservative party’s stance on abortion has evolved into one that favors the interests of the religious right.”
“It is, in other words, a party that has moved from championing women’s rights to anti-Catholic, anti-gay, anti-“Christian,” Costa writes.
Costa also argues that many conservatives, including some who have long been antiabortion, are “misunderstood” by the majority of Canadians. “
When it comes to women’s health, the Conservatives are a party of pro-abortion, pro-abortions,” Costa wrote.
Costa also argues that many conservatives, including some who have long been antiabortion, are “misunderstood” by the majority of Canadians.
“While the antiabortion movement has made headlines for decades, the conservative movement has been on the receiving end of its fair share of ridicule over the years,” Costa said.
“The Conservative Party is a party whose anti-female policies have been a source of constant and ongoing derision. “
They have even given voice to anti-“feminist views in their policies.
“The Conservative Party is a party whose anti-female policies have been a source of constant and ongoing derision.
The truth is, the party is actually the only one in the world that has never actually embraced abortion rights.”
Costa went on to explain that he believes the party has spent decades promoting a false narrative about women’s bodies.
“There are three basic myths that Conservatives have promulgated over the last three decades,” he wrote.
“First, the myth that women are ‘virgins’ and therefore cannot have sex; second, that women have no agency in their own bodies and therefore are powerless to control them; and third, that they are ‘sluts’ who cannot have ‘real’ relationships because their bodies are in the hands of a man.
These myths are central to the conservative anti-choicers’ view of women.”
Costa writes that many conservative leaders are also pro-gay.
“A few examples of how they have supported a pro-homosexual agenda are John Macdonald, John Menard, and now Michael Chong,” he said.
He goes on to say that Conservative leader Andrew Scheer “has repeatedly and loudly stated that he supports same-sex marriage.”
“And this despite his own family’s long history of anti-“gay” attitudes.”
Costa says that “conservative leaders” have also supported “homosexual rights.”
And “their support for homosexual rights is reflected in the way that their party has treated women.”
“The pro-family, pro-“family, and pro-“gay agenda is the heart of conservative ideology,” Costa concludes.
“Conservative politicians are not just anti-sex and anti-“women.
They are also anti-marriage, anti-‘family,’ and anti-‘life.’
“In an email, Scheer spokesperson Lauren Taylor confirmed that the government is “not endorsing any candidate.
“”This is a decision taken by the Canadian Conservatives as a party, not a candidate,” she said.
But, she said, “this does not mean that all of our candidates are anti-equality or anti-“family.”
The Conservative Party’s website contains a section titled “Why is the Canadian Government Supporting an Anti-Family Party?”
The Conservative government recognizes that this right is enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.” “
This includes the right of all Canadians to choose the family that they choose, without discrimination or interference.
The Conservative government recognizes that this right is enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”
The section also states that “a number of Conservative Party leaders have made anti-family statements, including Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and former Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Jason Kenney.”
Kenney, who now serves as the chief of staff to Trudeau, has repeatedly argued that “children are created in God’s image and that it should be up to parents to decide if a child should have a father.”
In 2014, he told a Christian radio show that “there are no parents in this world