Dec 011995
 

Contents:
“Kids First!” by Cheryl Stewart & Sandra Evans
“Our Most Serious Consideration” by Gordon Domm
“How Children Develop Passive Minds (Part 1 of 3): Why it happens and what we can do about it” by R.N. Whitehead, Ph.D.
“Is the Federal Income Tax Act Unconstitutional?” by Paul McKeever Continue reading »

Sep 301995
 

1995-09-30.armstrong-thumbVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

On September 30, 1995, Freedom Party of Ontario held a dinner featuring, as its guest speaker, Joe Armstrong, author of “Farewell the Peaceful Kingdom). In his talk, given just weeks before the Quebec referendum on secession, he asserted that “Canada is not breaking up: it’s breaking down”. In particular, he argued, identifying oneself as a member of an allegedly victimized collective has become an all-too-common and growing means for the seizing of wealth and power…and the government is playing along. Continue reading »

Sep 281995
 

1996-xx-xx.fp-logo-media-release-thumbOn September 28, 1995, Freedom Party of Ontario notified the media that, at its September 30, 1995 dinner, Freedom Party of Ontario’s guest speaker would be author Joe C.W. Armstrong, who would speak on the subject of “Racism Rampant in a Victim Culture”. Click here to read the release.
 

 

 

 

 

Document Details:

Document: Media Release
Document Dated: September 28, 1995
Publisher: Freedom Party of Ontario
Author: Robert Metz
Document Type: Media Release
Number of Pages: 2
Page dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″
Color/BW: Full colour

Archive format: .pdf (searchable exact); size: 3.5 MB; URL: http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/archive/documents/dinners/1995-09-30.joe-armstrong-dinner/1995-09-28.joe-armstrong-dinner-media-release.pdf

Sep 071995
 

1995-09-07.mailer-thumbDESCRIPTION:
Two-page hardcopy letter from Robert Metz to members and supporters of Freedom Party of Ontario, inviting them to Freedom Party’s September 30, 1995 dinner, featuring guest speaker Joe C.W. Armstrong, who would speak on the topic of “Racism Rampant in a Victim Culture”. Mailed to members and supporters via Canada Post. Enclosures include: promotional poster (8.5″x11″) and a response form. Continue reading »

Sep 011995
 

Contents:
“Body of Knowledge” by Cathy Frampton
“Drawing the Line: Property Rights and the Aboriginal Question” by Robert Metz
“In Defence of Discomfort” by Doreen Kimura
“Multiculturalism Undermines Values” by Dick Field
“Cannadabis: A History of Cannabis Prohibition in Canada” by Dana Larsen & Marc Emery
“The Second Carrot” by Murray Hopper Continue reading »

Jul 011995
 

Contents:
Freedom Party In Election ’95. Top ten reasons to support Freedom Party in Election ’95; Freedom Party fields dozen candidates; Media bias hampers campaign effectiveness; Credible election platform insulted with ‘fringe’ label; Candidate and campaign highlights and media coverage; FP election results at a glance; and more Freedom Briefs! Continue reading »

Jun 011995
 

VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:
During the Ontario general election of 1995, CFPL-TV, in London, Ontario, interviewed the leaders of Ontario’s registered political parties. At that time, Freedom Party of Ontario’s leader was Jack Plant. In this fast-paced interview, Plant is asked about the party’s 1995 election platform, including its position on voting, Freedom Party’s proposal for a Taxpayer Protection Act, “social assistance”, health care, Ontario’s Human Rights Commission, and choice in education. Continue reading »

Jun 011995
 

1995-xx-xx.metzVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:
Aired: 1995 (Lindsays Community TV). With host Jim McKee, and panelists Robert Metz (president, Freedom Party of Ontario), David St. John (Chairman, Victoria County Coalition for Social Justice), Rick Danier (President of the Lindsay District Labour Council), and Don Pennell (leader of the Family Coalition Party). Continue reading »

May 311995
 

1995-walker-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:
On May 31, 1995, Rogers Community TV (channel 13) in London, Ontario, and Radio 98 (AM980, London, Ontario) co-hosted a one-hour televised/radio-broadcasted candidates debate for candidates in the riding of London Centre, including Freedom Party candidate Lloyd Walker, and the PC, NDP, and Liberal candidates.

[NOTE: The first 4.5 minutes of this recording contain hiss]

Listen to the entire debate:

 

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