Jun 262019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

In any election, by the time you vote, most of the decisions regarding who will form the government have already been made – and not by you. So what can we do to more fully participate in our cherished democracies?

With over 60 years of political involvement between them, Danielle and Robert entreat fellow freedom-loving people to be as involved in politics to the same degree and intensity as those who would take our freedoms away. While voting is the last action we take to determine the way we are governed it is by no means the only action afforded to us.

Join Danielle and Robert as they go through a list of the many ways we can influence the decision-making process and pave the path to freedom.

Jun 192019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

Tuberculosis, typhoid fever, bubonic plague, rampant homelessness, lack of sanitation, exploding rat population – third-world hell hole? Nope, that’s insulting to third-world hell holes. This isn’t Venezuela, it is Los Angeles, in the United States of America, the most prosperous country in the world.

Leftist policies breed poverty and despair no matter where they are tried, whether it be Caracas or San Francisco.

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss how best to deal with the damage done by socialism.

Jun 122019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

With so much of our personal lives being recorded, judged and put on display, we’ve lost the very thing that defines civilization: privacy. With real life implications to virtual actions, via punitive regimes such as the Chinese Social Credit System, the Common Identity Repository, and Silicon Valley itself, how can we protect ourselves from being de-personed?

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss the implications of Big Brother in both its political and corporate forms.

Jun 062019
 

Miley Cyrus

Canada has had no abortion laws for some 31 years now. When U.S. vice president Mike Pence visited Canada last week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a point of raising the abortion issue with him by expressing his concern over women’s access to abortion in certain U.S. states. Many observers thought this inappropriate, given that the purpose of Pence’s visit was to promote the new trade deal between the two countries.

With recent changes to abortion laws in some American jurisdictions, a debate long thought settled is clearly not so. What has become clear after years of abortion’s availability is that it has not cured the social ills it was expected to solve.

A relatively unique characteristic of the abortion debate is that, while the issue has its extremely polarized opponents (who favor a total prohibition of abortion) and proponents (who want free abortions on demand), most people do not find themselves in either of these two camps. For most people, the availability of abortion is acceptable under certain conditions and not acceptable under other conditions.

Where one draws the line on abortion can be an extremely complicated consideration, taking into account many factors beyond the procedure itself. Continue reading »

Jun 052019
 


Audio as heard on WBCQ

Is veganism a creed subject to protection under the Human Rights Commission of Ontario? We may soon find out as a firefighter has filed a complaint against his employer on the grounds that his diet was not sufficiently accommodated whilst fighting a massive forest fire in B.C.. He self-identifies as an “ethical vegan” which he claims is a creed and therefore must be catered to by his employer.

What exactly is a creed and what obligations do employers have to accommodate the personal preferences of their employees?

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss so-called “human rights” versus personal choices.

Jun 052019
 

Guilt by association is a smear tactic used by Justin Trudeau, his Liberal Party of Canada, and his loyal Canadian media. The latest attack is against Conservative Party Leader, Andrew Scheer in the June issue of MacLean’s which tried to associate him with supposed “white supremacists.”

If one were to examine Trudeau and his Liberals and use the same guilt by association attack one would find more than alleged “white supremacists.” One would find terrorists, convicted attempted assassins, and yes, even white supremacists – real Nazis.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University and Just Right Media contributor, suggests that Canada deserves better than such low-handed mud slinging and demonstrates that people who live in glass houses should not throw stones.

Transcript

 

Jun 052019
 

“Our students are going mad. We’ve brought them into a place where we systematically expose them to the terrors of existence,” so says Professor Rachel Fulton Brown of the University of Chicago in this public presentation which took place in London, Ontario on May 3rd, 2019.

Professor Fulton Brown makes the claim that many students do not fully comprehend that the purpose of a University is not to provide a ‘safe space’ for them to hide away from any idea which might make them feel offended but to provide a ‘sacred’ place for them to ponder the more substantive questions in life – a place to answer not just the questions of What and How but the more important question of Why.

This is the first Chris and John Furedy Lecture sponsored by the Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship. Just Right was there to exclusively record the event.