Just Right

Just Right is a weekly radio show broadcasting on shortwave from WBCQ 5.130 MHz Monticello, Maine. Hosts, Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan analyze issues from a viewpoint of individual rights, freedom, and capitalism.

Dec 262019
 

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Danielle and Robert reminisce about the Christmas of their respective childhoods. From trees to toys, from glad tidings to one of the most stressful times of the year they look back with relative fondness at the most anticipated holiday for children – not so much for adults.


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Dec 222019
 

In Part 2 of our “Rethinking Canada” series Professor Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan discuss the history of the Conservative Party in Canada in all its reincarnations from Confederation to today and how it continually failed to implement a supposed conservative agenda and address the alienation of the Western provinces.

Part 1 – The Alienation of The West
Part 2 – Conservative Party Mediocrity
Part 3 – The People’s Party Option


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Dec 222019
 

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There are a number of YouTube creators who, because of their love our culture, find themselves in the sad position of coming to realize that PC cancel culture is coming for all the intellectual properties that they hold dear. So says Danielle Metz in this episode of The Danielle Metz Show.

From Razorfist to the MauLer she fills us in on some of her favorite creators who critically comment on the deteriorating state of Hollywood franchises which once held a special place in the hearts of people who grew up before this revisionist mindset took hold.

In the second half of the show Robert covers some of his favorite creators – creators whose material has stood the test of time and the onslaught of PC criticism and cancel culture because of the particular medium within which their works were immortalized… the printed word.


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Salim Mansur – The Conservative Party is Canada’s Political ‘Spare Wheel’

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Dec 182019
 

While Andrew Scheer’s announcement that he will step down as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada may give his Party an opportunity to install a leader who might have a greater chance to unseat Justin Trudeau’s Liberals Salim Mansur is of the view that no matter who the Conservative’s choose as their new leader the chances of the Conservatives ever getting another majority in Parliament is slim at best.

Calling the CPC a “spare wheel” in the trunk of the car of Canada’s Laurentian Elite Salim describes the Conservatives as being historically an ineffective political party suited to doing nothing more than keeping the seat warm for the next Liberal government.


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Rethinking Canada – The Alienation of The West

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Dec 172019
 

In the first of a 3-part series Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, speaks with Robert Vaughan of Just Right Media, and Salim’s Campaign Manager in the 2019 election, about the failings of Canada’s system of government.

The Western provinces and rural Canadians are once again ignored in Parliament as the Liberals under Justin Trudeau have been reelected primarily with the support of the urban voters of Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa.

Regardless of the part in power the dominance of the Laurentian elite in Canadian politics is something which dates back to the founding of our nation and has been a constant irritant to many Canadians outside of Ontario and Quebec who wish to be treated as equal partners in what is supposed to be a Federation of equal provinces.

In Part 1 Salim suggests that the debate on a triple-E Senate needs to be revisited to once and for all address the inequities built into our Westminster-style system of government.

Part 1 – The Alienation of The West
Part 2 – Conservative Party Mediocrity
Part 3 – The People’s Party Option


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The UK 2019 Election and What it Means for Canada – Salim Mansur

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Dec 142019
 

While Boris Johnson may not be properly grouped into that class of populist leaders like a Trump, Orbán, or Farage his recent reelection and resultant resounding majority in Parliament has captured the resentment most voters in that nation have towards the elites who have denied them the break from the EU they demanded in 2016.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, joins Robert Vaughan to discuss the election and how it might portend a bright future for Canada’s own populist People’s Party.


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Nov 302019
 


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Peer pressure may be partly what is behind the firing of Don Cherry from Sportsnet’s Coach’s Corner.

The current cultural hegemony of the left prohibits any dissent or disagreement and even television executives, it seems, are not immune to its destructive force.

They either lack the inner strength to resist the societal tide or they lack the intellectual vocabulary to defend what is right.

Of course, there is always the other option and that is that they actually share the prevailing philosophy of ‘cancelling’ any objection to the order of things.

Whatever their reason for taking Grapes off the air, these people are poltroons and Cherry’s term “cuckaloos,” fits them to a T.


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