641 – Freedom Forward – Philosophy’s indispensable role in determining the Right Direction

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Feb 132020
 


There is a widespread belief – particularly among advocates of freedom and capitalism – that individual freedom and individual rights will spontaneously emerge if nations gradually adopt various forms of capitalism, freer markets, and/or more private economic initiatives. Yet, many socialist, fascist and communist jurisdictions have done exactly this, but nevertheless remained socialist, fascist or communist. While their economies may have become more ‘efficient,’ their people still do not enjoy individual rights, having ironically been turned into ‘slaves’ of a state-directed economic ‘efficiency.’

Additionally, there is a certain ‘literalism’ on the philosophic front, with many freedom advocates rejecting the best political alternative on the basis of some kind of philosophical impurity or inconsistency on the part of a given politician or party.

This is dangerous thinking, and can lead to unwarranted feelings of futility, frustration, and cynicism regarding political action in general. It is an affliction that most affects those on the Right, and is in part responsible for the continuing ascendancy of the Left and the erosion of our freedoms. Continue reading »

The sweet spot of liberty | Bruce Pardy and Salim Mansur

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Jan 062020
 

Politics has become a war of shifting definitions with both the Conservatives and the Liberals becoming ‘progressives’ and ‘collectivists’ yet continuing to call themselves something they clearly are not.

Professor Bruce Pardy of Queen’s University, Professor Emeritus Salim Mansur of Western University and Robert Vaughan of Just Right Media try to make some sense of the confusing labels.

Rounding out the discussion is why the People’s Party of Canada failed to capture the support of Canadians in the last federal election even though they lie squarely in that “sweet spot of liberty” reserved for the individualistic, classical liberals.


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Dec 312019
 

In Part 3 of our “Rethinking Canada” series Professor Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan discuss the People’s Party of Canada option for voters looking to unite the country.

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


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Rethinking Canada—Conservative Party mediocrity

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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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The Conservative Party is Canada’s political “spare wheel” | Salim Mansur

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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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Laura Lynn Thompson – People’s Party Candidate for Red Deer-Lacombe

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Aug 242019
 

Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson is the People’s Party of Canada candidate for the Alberta riding of Red Deer-Lacombe. She is a Christian blogger, author, and former cohost of the TV show The 700 Club Canada.

She has been an opponent of the sexual orientation and gender identity resources for British Columbia schools, and has attracted attention recently for a proposed Bill, should she be elected, which would restrict late-term abortions.

We spoke with Laura Lynn in Gatineau, Quebec at the PPC national convention.


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Benjamin Dichter – Choosing Country Over Party

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Aug 232019
 

Benjamin Dichter, a founder of LGBTory, gives an impassioned speech to the first People’s Party of Canada National Conference held in Gatineau, Quebec on the topic of choosing your country over your party.

Dichter, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada, has distanced himself from the leadership of that party over their policies on Islamism, globalism, and immigration. These are the provocative hot-button issues which members of the PPC and its leader Maxime Bernier are not afraid to openly discuss.


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