Nov 132019
 


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Politics may be downstream from culture but culture gets its notions and ideas from academia. If this is so then we are headed for disaster both culturally and politically.

Join Danielle and Robert as they connect the dots from a raving university debating professor who wins his debates by shouting profanities at his opponents to the latest terrible incarnation of Star Trek to the gong show that is the Democratic presidential nomination debates.

While most political and cultural trend lines today are pointing down, to locate the source, the fountainhead, of this frightening trend look up to the ivory towers… and despair.


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The Motion Picture Association – The Danielle Metz Show 062

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May 252019
 


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Taking a break from the heavy political issues they usually take on, Danielle and Robert talk about some of their all-time favorite movie picks.

From 1979 German cinema, to Japanese anime, to the latest Star Wars installment they give their thumbs up or their raspberries to both the classics and the stinkers.

The feminist myth – The Danielle Metz Show 054

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Mar 262019
 


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In light of “International Women’s Day” are women still the weaker of the two sexes and in need of governmental and societal protection or are those in power using the long-standing myth of the patriarchy in order to keep women in a mental state of victimhood?

Join Danielle and Robert as they “marvel” over the fact that one of the most privileged and protected classes in society today still clings to the oppression card instead of appreciating the greatest amount of freedom they have ever experienced in the history of mankind.

DMS 041 – The special Christmas episode

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Dec 232018
 

What makes this Christmas particularly ‘special’ is that Danielle is able to be here to share the season with us. Last year, as listeners to December 13th’s Just Right discovered, Danielle spent her Christmas hospitalized in an intensive care unit with little expectation of survival. This year, she opens the show with a reminder that “the corpse still has the floor” – citing a line from one of her favorite Christmas movies, The Ref.

Indeed, Christmas is that time of year when Christmas movies and music become a hot topic of discussion as people cite their favorite and least favorite entertainment representatives of the season. Added to the usual disagreements over which songs/movies are the best or worst, has been the inappropriate but inevitable racist/sexist narratives pushed by the social justice warriors who are oblivious to the original Christmas spirit underlying the targets of their criticisms.

From the controversy surrounding the song, ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside,’ to social justice concerns about the ‘bullying’ in Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer, the Christmas season is becoming the silly season.

And on the seasonal matter of giving and receiving, while Robert suggests that to say ‘it is better to give than to receive’ represents a moral inequity, Danielle interprets ‘better’ simply as ‘easier’ – which may itself ‘present’ an inequity of a different kind. Any way you look at it, whether giving or receiving, it’s always best to do so in the spirit that’s Just Right for the Christmas season.

Feb 042018
 

The Last Jedi

Just Right Media is pleased to introduce THE AGE OF OUTRAGE, “a conversational look at selected topics in the news that most anger people,” featuring hosts John Otis and Scott (the Brick Wall) Williams-Oakes.

From the theater release of Star Wars the Last Jedi to the protests in Iran, John and Scott demonstrate that there’s plenty for people to get outraged about.

Calling the latest Star Wars saga “the most polarizing and divisive film” of the Star Wars franchise, Scott cites those who hated the film because the plot does not move in expected directions, which apparently upset a sector of the established fan base. The controversy rages.

Another outrageous circumstance has been the “deafening” Liberal media silence about the implications of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Christmas vacation trip, which now has led to his being found guilty of conflict of interest ethics violations. Continue reading »

519 – Guest: Salim Mansur – The deliberate destruction of history – From Dunkirk to Antifa

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Aug 242017
 

Antifa flag in history

You have to wonder if it’s fake news. The report that an ESPN broadcaster has been removed from the season opener football game in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia because his name is Robert Lee is yet another example of just how fascist those “opposed to fascism” are. ESPN claimed that its decision was “made collectively” which, while ironic, does not speak to the issue at hand.

Assuming the report about ESPN’s Robert Lee is factual, the story is still fake. Why so?

Because the actions taken against Robert Lee (the broadcaster) were not only ridiculous and unjust, but also based on a false (i.e., ‘fake’) narrative about Robert E. Lee’s role in the history of America. Apparently unaware that Robert E. Lee was profoundly opposed to slavery, the true racists and fascists “opposed to racism/slavery” base their intolerance and actions against a historical monument on the juvenile notion that Lee fought “on the wrong side of history.”

Apparently they are also unaware that History has no sides.

Even had Lee supported slavery, the removal of his statue still represents a moral affront to history, and to the freedom that emanated from that history in America. Continue reading »

453 – May Day M’aider Mayday / First science – then fiction

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May 192016
 

I Married A Monster From Outer Space

Topics:
00:03 May Day M’aider Mayday: May Day celebrations of oppression, organized labour is organized violence, business as the organizer of labour, no celebration of the mind, celebration of labour, Les Miserables, sinister heroes of the labour movement, socialist admiration of totalitarian thugs, Karl Marx, socialism’s dismal record,
14:50 Un-mutual society: perpetuating class struggles, creating barriers for socialism, workers vs industrialists, capitalism destroys barriers, false classifications of people, class struggles depend on hatreds, eco-terrorists vs the majority, the struggle against reality, destroying the concept of the individual
22:30 First science – then fiction: the birth of science fiction, science fiction’s status of legitimacy, sci-fi pioneer Hugo Gernsback, 1958 movie recommendation – I Married A Monster From Outer Space
47:33 Science friction with science fiction: lunar landing denials and rebuttals, science fiction movie review selections of the 1950s-1960s: I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958), 12 To The Moon (1960), Cat Women On The Moon (1954), Horrors Of Spider Island (1962), IT – The Terror From Beyond Space (1958), Invaders From Mars (1953), The Thing From Another World (1951), The Wild Wild Planet (1965), Voyage To The Planet Of Pre-Historic Women (1968 / 1962), Visit To A Small Planet (1960) 59:42 END