Mar 092017

Andrew Breitbart

It’s never been news that “fake news” exists. We used to call it “false news.” It has existed since the very concept of “news” itself first emerged. So why is “fake news” news now so newsworthy?

There is a REAL news story here, and it’s not one you will hear from the establishment media – because the real story is about them. Their “fake” story lines start with Donald Trump. They continue with Donald Trump. And they end with Donald Trump. See the pattern?

A team of “researchers” at Western University in London Ontario is about to launch a web site called “Culling Out The Crud.” They claim to have created a piece of software that can filter out “fake news” with an 85% accuracy rate. All very “scientific,” you see.

And if you believe that one, our understanding is that the bridge in Brooklyn is still for sale; care to make us an offer?

Says political scientist/professor Matt Farrell: “Fake news has reinforced the narrative in the Trump ideology…” Continue reading »

Jan 122017

Horatio Nelson


“You are fake news!” declared U.S. president-elect Donald Trump yesterday in reaction to a CNN reporter’s accusations.

Not surprisingly, “fake news” has become a very real post-US election news story itself, and we can expect to hear a lot more of that oxymoronic term in the future since it has become the latest anti-concept of the left.

Of course, “fake news” is no news. “Fake news” is really just the latest popular expression for “propaganda” or “fiction” or “lies”, things that have been a part of news reporting since the beginning of news reporting itself.

The real news is that those objecting to “fake news” the loudest are primarily voices from the very media reporting the fake news. They are using this latest pejorative as their weapon against the real news so as to make it difficult for most people to tell the difference.

To make matters even more confusing, like real news, fake news is often supported by facts. But facts alone are not a story, and facts alone do not reveal any truths. Continue reading »

Dec 012016

Justin Trudeau in the arms of Fidel Castro

With his father Pierre, it was Trudeaumania. With Justin, it’s more like Trudeaumaniac. On the heels of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro‘s death, Canada’s Prime Minister made that extra effort to show the world that he is in serious need of a reality check. Like father, like son?

From the implications of Justin Trudeau’s admiration for dictatorships and dictators, to his penchant for “proportional representation,” these are signals that should alarm any freedom-minded nations and individuals.

Here is the statement by the Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, on the death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro issued from Antananarivo, Madagascar, November 26, 2016:

It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President.

“Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation. Continue reading »

Nov 102016

Standing Alone

WHY HAS FREEDOM BEEN “LEFT-RIGHT” OUT? With Donald Trump now the U.S. president-elect, don’t expect the Trump haters to let up on their hatreds.

Unable to articulate any objective reasons for hating Trump, unwilling to accept defeat with the grace they demanded of Trump, unable to understand the forces that drive political realities, completely ignorant of Trump’s platform and agenda (which we covered in detail on last week’s show) Trump’s critics resort to the use of labels they also do not understand. Ironically, the labels they use apply to themselves: “racist” “sexist” “nazi” “fascist” and the usual array of collectivist words and constant expletives used to attack the messenger in an attempt to hide a truth that they cannot defeat.

The “Trump Derangement Syndrome” as we have called it on previous broadcasts of Just Right, continues unabated as a self-inflicted handicap on the part of its sufferers. Ironically, the hatred generated by the syndrome is not really directed at Donald Trump himself. It is directed at what has been broadly – and mistakenly – called the “right”.

This is a truth we have learned from personal experience and which continues to be demonstrated to us daily. Given that the name of our freedom-oriented weekly radio show is called “Just Right,” that’s pretty much all it takes for us to be irrationally attacked in the very same way as is Donald Trump. Just check out past posts made by such critics on our Facebook page for the abundance of evidence. One thing these critics will never offer is an objective reason for their hatreds. Continue reading »

Oct 202016

Robert Creamer

Could Donald Trump have been Just Right when insisting that the US election was being rigged?

The release this past Monday by Project Veritas Action, chronicling ‘straight-from-the-horse’s-mouth’ testimonies from the very people admitting to rigging the process, would certainly suggest so.

Already seen by millions of people within the first few days of its release on Youtube, the fact that the Democratic Party is indeed rigging the election can no longer be denied. It’s now documented, capable of being seen by any wishing to witness the sordid testimonies.

Yet, it is but one small fact among many. Together with many other known facts (including the Democratic platform itself), the fact of rigging elections supports a much greater and deeply sinister truth. Continue reading »

Oct 132016

Trump Access Hollywood

To say that Donald Trump was treated unfairly, unjustly, and disrespectfully during the second US presidential debate would be a gross understatement. Yet many disagree.

Even though the debate was among the most watched in American history (thanks to the presence of Trump) the vast majority of people nevertheless did not watch it. They are unfortunately relying on what they read and hear in the mainstream media – commentaries and reactions that would suggest that the media itself did not watch the debate.

From Globe and Mail columnist John Doyle’s “douchey” review of Donald Trump’s performance, to the myriad of distracted progressives in the media, journalism’s abandonment of its traditional function and status as the “fourth estate” appears all but over. Today’s mainstream “journalists” are increasingly dedicated to misinformation, disinformation, unbridled emotional frenzy and hatreds, and above all, dedicated to lies disguised as “facts.” That’s why Hillary Clinton loves “fact checking.” She knows that “facts” are the best way to obscure truths.

Like flies that keep banging their heads against the glass they cannot see, progressives of the left and right alike find themselves banging their heads against a force they refuse to see: the forces of reality about to visit their agendas of unreality. In this presidential election, Donald Trump represents that force. Continue reading »