May 312018


On May 31, 2018, Tom McConnell (radio 610 CKTB AM / 1290 CJBK AM ) interviewed Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever in the run-up to Ontario’s June 7, 2018 provincial election. Among the questions McKeever was asked (and answered) were: Does FP have a costed platform?; What would you do about electricity in this province?; What about energy conservation programs?; Would you give a discount now and make consumers pay more later?; End the ban on incandescent lightbulbs?; What would your plans be for health care?; Is there anything in your platform re: mental health and addiction?; What would you do about the Beer Store, LCBO, and the proposed Ontario government pot-dealing monopoly?; Is there any agency, board, or commission that you would get rid of?; How many candidates are you running in this election?; Why aren’t you Freedom Party people under the PC banner, trying to effect change from within that party?; Would you re-write the Green Energy Act so that Ontario doesn’t pay more for electricity that Ontario sells it for?; Is the difference between the Freedom Party and the Libertarian party?; What are some of the other things in Freedom Party’s platform that you’d like people to be aware of (McKeever touches on issues such instruction in schools; policing and public safety at university speaking events; due process vs. workplace investigations)?; What is your party’s realistic goal in this election?; Would you be in favour of proportional representation?

NOTE: During the interview, McKeever quotes Ontario Libertarian Party leader Allen Small. Those quotations, together with a link to the source text, is provided here: Continue reading »

May 312018


On the May 31, 2018 episode of Just Right, Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever and Just Right host (and Freedom Party of Ontario president/CFO) Robert Metz discussed the coming, June 7, 2018 Ontario provincial election, and how the Ontario PC Party has essentially consisted of echoing Liberal spending promises, refusing to balance the budget, and refusing to address serious social issues. In other words: they are alienating both fiscal conservatives and social conservatives, hoping that people will vote not for ideas, but for a party with a name that just happens to have the word “conservative” in it.

Regular listeners to Just Right will recognize the voice of Andrew Lawton (in one of the audio clips used in the episode) speaking at a Freedom Party of Ontario dinner in 2013 about his journey from associating with a party devoid of pro-freedom ideas (the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) to a party that has and promotes the right ideas and policies. Lawton praises the courage of those who run for Freedom Party because it takes more courage to do that than to run with a bigger party devoid of pro-freedom ideas. Five years later, Lawton agreed – for the 2018 provincial election – to be the Progressive Conservative Party candidate for the riding of London West. McKeever and Metz discuss integrity.

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Feb 132018

In anticipation of the June 7, 2018 Ontario provincial election, Freedom Party of Ontario released its 2018 Election platform in the early morning of February 13, 2018. In 2011, Freedom Party had released the world’s first-ever election platform audiobook and, for 2018, it again produced an audiobook version of the its platform (released at the same time). In the run-up to the election, the plaform also could be viewed in html format. Continue reading »

May 012013

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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 »

Mar 302013

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This short feature was researched and produced by Paul McKeever to set the context for a video presentation of Freedom Party of Ontario’s December 3, 1994 Gordon Domm dinner, which featured the retired OPP officer and publication ban-breaker Gordon Domm as a speaker, along with speakers Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) and publisher David Helwig. The full video, with the dinner, is available on Freedom Party of Ontario’s youtube channel at:

Watch, and see how radical leftist, feminist ideology was used to characterize Karla Homolka’s criminal activities as the act of a helpless victim of battered wife’s syndrome. Learn how a publication ban helped cover-up radical feminist attorney general Marion Boyd’s so-called “deal with the devil” until after the election of 1995. Continue reading »

Jan 222011


On January 22, 2011, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever was a panelist on “On the Front Line” with host Christine Williams. In this episode, the panelists discuss free speech, multiculturalists, Islam, and students’ efforts to prevent U.S. conservative politico Anne Coulter from speaking at Canadian universities. Continue reading »

May 182010


On May 18, 2010, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever was a panelist on “On the Line” with host Christine Williams) along with Ali Cheaib (President of the Hamilton Council of Canadian Arabs). In this episode, the panel discussed free speech and the meaning of “hate speech”; Graham James, Karla Homolka and proposed changes to rules that would require more time to pass before receiving a pardon; should de-programming of Islamic radicals be supported with tax revenues? Continue reading »

Feb 212002

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On February 21, 2002, Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) was a guest of Rhonda Live. In this episode, Metz discussed with host Rhonda Glenn a call by Jewish, Islamic, and Sikh communities for an investigation into a “skinhead” website for allegedly violating hate laws, and a call by NDP leader Howard Hampton for a tougher approach to hate crimes. Also guests in this episode: Bernie Farber (Canadian Jewish Congress), Mohammad Osman Yassine (Association of London Muslims). Continue reading »

Nov 302001

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On November 30, 2001, Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) was a guest of Rhonda Live. In this episode, Metz discussed with host Rhonda Glenn a decision by Heather Reisman (head of the Chapters and Indigo bookstore chains) no longer to sell Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” in her stores. Also a guest in this episode: Manuel Prutschi (Canadian Jewish Congress). Continue reading »