May 152013

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On May 15, 2013, “Philosophy in Action” podcast creator and host Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever on the topic of “Winning Elections with the Freedom Party of Ontario”. Dr. Hsieh framed the show as follows: “Can a political party based on principles of individual rights win elections? Perhaps so – and Paul McKeever has a strategy for doing so with the Freedom Party of Ontario.Paul McKeever is the Leader of Freedom Party of Ontario. Paul joined Freedom Party in 1992. He first ran as a candidate for Freedom Party in Ontario’s 1999 election. He became a Freedom Party spokesperson that year, and the party leader in 2002.”

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May 062013

2013-05-06.brookVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

May 6, 2014, Freedom Party of Ontario and the Toronto Objectivist Committee hosted a presentation by Dr. Yaron Brook (executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute) on the subject of the Morality of Capitalism. The presentation was made at the Medical Sciences Building at the University of Toronto (St. George Campus), 1 King’s College Circle, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A8. Continue reading »

May 012013

2013-05-01.menzoid-mckeever-thumbVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

On May 1, 2013, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever appeared on David Menzies’ program “Menzoid Mornings” (Sun News Network, mornings 6 AM to 8 AM). The topic: a ten minute short historical “tutorial” about the “deal with the devil” made in 1993 by the office of Ontario’s then Attorney General – militant feminist Marion Boyd – and sex slaying manslaughter convict Karla Homolka.

The video was produced by McKeever to provide context for Freedom Party of Ontario’s 1994 Gordon Domm Dinner (Domm, a retired OPP officer, violated a court publication ban in the Homolka case by sharing US and British news stories with Canadians…the news reports suggested Homolka played an active part, and was an eager participant, in the sexual abuse and deaths of Kristen French, Leslie Mahaffy, and her own sister Tammy Lyn Homolka), in connection with Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2013 archival release of the video from that dinner (it appears in the Gordon Domm video, available at: However, for those not interested in seeing the Gordon Domm dinner footage, McKeever released his historical video as a stand-alone video titled “Helpless Homolka: How Justice was Battered by Feminist Censorship”, available here: Continue reading »