Dec 052019
 

Generally, when most people object to lying, they think about themselves being lied to – or lied about – and consider lying to be a moral indiscretion. They rarely see themselves as being the liar, nor do they consider how they might even unwittingly or unconsciously be lending credibility to a lie told, whatever its source or intent.

A ‘lie’ is defined as “an untrue statement made with the intent of deceiving; a falsehood; that which creates or is intended to produce a false impression.” (Funk & Wagnalls)

Note that the definition, per se, does not necessarily imply any form of criminal or immoral objective; it merely defines a lie as being a statement that does not represent the reality of a given situation or fact.

Even among the Ten Commandments there is none commanding that “Thou shalt not lie.” However, specific forms of lying are indeed implied in the eighth and ninth commandments, which command that “Thou shalt not steal,” and “Thou shalt not bear false witness.” Continue reading »

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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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 signaling.

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 »

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 Great Cultural Divide – The Danielle Metz Show 077

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Oct 282019
 


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In the current highly divisive political environment have we have lost the commonality we call plain common sense or have the downtown Toronto media, anchored by young progressives, led us to believe that we are so divided?

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss the cultural fractures between the generations, and the cultural divides between our urban and rural communities.


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Oct 042019
 

An open discussion on the erosion of free speech in Canada by People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report, and Dr. David Haskell. Hosted by Frank Vaughan with introductory remarks by Professor Emeritus Dr. Salim Mansur.

The event was attended by approximately 1,000 people, in a theatre which seated 1,049, despite the intimidating threats by protesters.

We end this complete presentation with Just Right Media interviews of Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin, and Dr. Haskell.


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The cost of multiculturalism – Maxime Bernier and Salim Mansur

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Sep 132019
 

Maxime Bernier, Leader of the People’s Party of Canada, was in London, Ontario on September 10th to talk about the cost of Multiculturalism with London North Centre candidate and Just Right contributor Salim Mansur at a rally of about 300 people.

Introductions by Just Right Media’s Robert Vaughan who was wearing his campaign manager’s hat for the event.

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