In the wake of being unceremoniously “disallowed” to run as a candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada for ostensibly being an “Islamophobe,” the distinguished Professor Salim Mansur talks with Just Right Media host Robert Vaughan about his recent announcement that he will be the People’s Party of Canada’s candidate in the riding of London North Centre.
Mansur explains his decision to move from the CPC, a Party of which he has been a member for over 30 years, to run for the newly-formed PPC under Maxime Bernier.
The CPC “has failed to capture the imagination of the people of Canada who desperately want a change, who desperately want to see Trudeau go and the Liberal Party be defeated.”
Speaking of Andrew Scheer’s leadership of the Conservative Party Salim says, “The Red Tories they never go away. They came back through the back door and have taken over.”
For Leftists, what was once called the ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ has now become the new normal. Continued media criticisms of Trump on the most flimsy and unjustifiable grounds continue unabated.
Consequently, to those who are rarely exposed to real news, Trump’s positive accomplishments go unnoticed and unacknowledged. And of course, truth is displaced, resulting in a level of national ignorance and irrationality rarely witnessed on such a scale.
It’s certainly understandable that Trump’s political opponents should attempt to challenge him. But the pettiness and shallowness of their reactions to the President’s Fourth of July speech, which was a simple review of American history and the people who made America great, reveals a contempt and hatred not just of Trump, but of truth, freedom, and the values represented by America.
Rather than share in the celebration of America’s unprecedented accomplishments, the media of the Left cries out for ‘fact checks’ and highlights every misspoken syllable or word uttered by Trump. All this, while ignoring the truth of his message.Continue reading »
It appears that progressives are more than willing to sacrifice personal relationships for the sake of their “cause.” They are willing to use tragedies to attempt to score points against those who do not necessarily agree with them, even when it makes no contextual sense.
As turnabout is fair play Danielle and Robert deal with certain ad hominem attacks by one listener and personal acquaintance (friend?) of Danielle by giving him a little of his own medicine.
The Left can be cruel but we don’t have to take it.
Former tenured Professor of Psychology at Acadia University, Dr. Rick Mehta uses his personal experience of being fired, ostensibly for his political views, to make the case that Canada’s labour laws offer no protection to academics in matters of academic freedom.
Dr. Mehta was presenting at the Annual General Meeting of the Society For Academic Freedom and Scholarship (SAFS) on May 4th at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.
On the heels of a 2019 Leger Survey measuring Canada’s “Happiness Index,” pollsters revealed that while most Canadians regard themselves as being ‘happy,’ apparently Ontarians are Canada’s most ‘miserable’ people.
There has been much attention given over the years to the whole theme of happiness, how to measure it, and how to assess various national levels of happiness – as if such a measurement has some objective significance, meaning, or application. Does it? Is happiness even a ‘thing’?
In popular usage, it is clear that the word ‘happiness’ is used in differing contexts: from describing a day-to-day mood evaluation to an evaluation of life’s satisfaction.
Most dictionaries define ‘happiness’ in terms related to “the enjoyment of pleasure without pain,” – a very limited focus indeed if used as the sole standard of national ‘happiness’ measurement surveys.Continue reading »
Where did eleven Republican senators from Oregon go?
To Idaho, of course, in order to run out the clock on a punitive cap and trade proposal proposed by the Oregon Democrats who control the House of Representatives, the State Senate, and the Governorship.
They didn’t have the numbers to stop it, but they had enough numbers to prevent a quorum and therefore let it die.
Was this the right move to make? Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss whether principle trumps procedure.