Apr 282022
 


“Essentially, thousands of people have been killed by the direct actions taken by their governments. And we go out of that straight into this conflict in Ukraine, (but) who are the ‘good guys’ now? Who are any of us – as nations – to stand up and call out tyranny anymore? We’ve all embraced tyranny!”

Powerful words – from a cartoonist whose images invoke even greater power. That’s why our guest, British cartoonist Bob Moran, is now part of the ‘independent media’ where he has been freed to express his view of the truth.

As a former cartoonist with The Telegraph, the power and influence of Moran’s work was demonstrated by that paper’s dismissing him for expressing opinions inconsistent with the paper’s tyrannical narrative. Now through the Democracy Fund, Moran has dedicated himself to making his cartoons available for free in an effort to broaden awareness of the true political, moral, and social crisis in which we find ourselves.

As to the power of art itself, Ayn Rand once described its source this way:

“Metaphysics – that science that deals with the fundamental nature of reality – involves man’s widest abstractions. It includes every concrete he has ever perceived, it involves such a vast sum of knowledge and such a long chain of concepts that no man could hold it all in the focus of his immediate conscious awareness. Yet he needs that sum and that awareness to guide him – he needs the power to summon them into full, conscious focus. That power is given to him by art.” (Ayn Rand, Art and Sense of Life)

Thus the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” proves Just Right since images have the power to accelerate an awareness of the truth in a way that words alone cannot.

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Apr 222022
 

In an era of massive violations of individual rights by tyrannical governments around the world British cartoonist, Bob Moran’s work has become iconic for the freedom movement. His artwork both pokes fun at the political elites while revealing their true nature as despots.

He has recently teamed up with The Democracy Fund, a Canadian charity promoting the cause of individual rights and freedom.

Robert Vaughan spoke with Mr. Moran about The Democracy Fund, his political motivations, and his influence on a culture in decline and in desperate need of positive imagery and inspirational humour.

This video is also available on Rumble here.

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Apr 072022
 

Mark Pellegrino is not only a successful actor (Supernatural, The Tomorrow People) he is also an Objectivist and co-founder of the American Capitalist Party.

In conversation with Robert Vaughan, he discusses how Ayn Rand’s philosophy for living has benefitted his life and career and formed the basis for the policies and platform of the American Capitalist Party.

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738 – Just music that’s Just Right—singing in the reign (of tyranny)

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Dec 232021
 


On the heels of yet another Christmas season restriction on public ‘singing’ and ‘caroling’, it is only fitting that some actual voices singing – against the reign of tyranny – should be heard.

If it’s true that politics is ‘downstream from culture,’ then there’s a positive cultural development for freedom in the field of music. Many artists are musically voicing their opposition to the tyranny that has been imposed on the pretense of avoiding a dangerous virus.

From freedom of speech to ‘vaccines’ to the tyranny itself, our musical selection today features some of these artists and performers. It is encouraging to discover how so many are awake and aware of what is actually happening in this political pandemic.

That’s why everyone should be singing in the reign (of tyranny)! How? By featuring just the music that’s Just Right.

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There’s No Such Thing as a Palestinian | Paul Lambert & Salim Mansur

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Nov 132020
 

Amid the Arab/Israeli conflict lies the false narrative that those people living in the West Bank and Gaza are indigenous to that area and are under occupation by Israel. Our guest, Paul Lambert, AKA P.L. Edwardsson, takes issue with this perception in his book “There’s No Such Thing as a Palestinian.”

Joining Robert Vaughan to discuss Paul’s book is Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Western University.

Paul’s book is available at Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.

Nov 302019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

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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632 – Cherry pickin’ – Top picks about the Don Cherry controversy

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Nov 212019
 

Don Cherry

It’s remarkable what such an innocuous phrase as ‘you people‘ can tell us about we people.

The termination of Don Cherry‘s career over his concern – and the way he expressed it – about how so few people in Canada today wear poppies on Remembrance Day was less a story about Cherry than about the growing intolerant mindset of Canadians.

This intolerance is particularly applicable to those obsessed with race, open border immigration, and virtue signalling.

The associative train of thought, along with a complete abandonment of context that was necessary to condemn Cherry as a racist and a xenophobe is both outrageous and irrational. According to the logic, ‘you people’ = ‘immigrant’ = ‘people of color’ = ‘racism and xenophobia’ – and whatever else one may subjectively wish it to mean. Continue reading »