Jan 011999
 

1999-01-xx.draft-election-platform.thumbContents:

Statement of Principle; Where We Stand!: Official Platform – Freedom Party of Ontario – Members Draft – December, 1998; Policy and Platform: Freedom; Aboriginal Issues; Abortion; Academic Freedom; Affirmative Action; Auto Insurance; Balanced Budgets; Business; Calgary Framework; Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC); Censorship; Charter of Rights and Freedoms; Children & Child Care; Constitution; Crown Corporations; Culture; Democracy; Discrimination; Drug Laws; Education; Electoral Reform; Environment; Freedom of Choice; Freedom of Speech; Freedom Party; Free Enterprise; Free Markets; Free Trade; Fundamental Freedoms; Government; Gun Control; Health Care; Health Tax; Housing; Human Rights Commission (Ontario); Individual Rights; Insurance; Interest Rates; Jobs; Justice; Law; Lobby Groups; Majority Rule; Marijuana; Market Value Assessment; Medicare; MPP Salaries & Pensions; Multiculturalism; Official Bilingualism; OHIP; Ontario Hydro; Politics; Political Correctness; Pollution; Poverty; Principles; Property Rights; Property Taxes; Protectionism; Public Transit; Quebec; Racism; Referendums; Rent Controls; Self Defence; Socialism; Sunday Shopping; Taxation; Unemployment; Unions; Universality; Wealth; Welfare; Workers’ Compensation; Workfare.
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Nov 191997
 

1997-xx-x.lrc-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

In this episode of Left, Right, and Center, host Jim Chapman asks the panelists about a U.S. judge overruling a decision made by a jury. The context is the Louise Woodward manslaughter trial.

Listen to the conversation:

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May 011997
 

Contents:
“Second Wind” by Lloyd Walker and Robert Metz
“Drugs Should be Legalized” by Ray Monteith
“The Blessings of Saving Under Free Enterprise” by Mark Callen and Professor Walter Block
“Bottom Rung” by Elizabeth Larson and Professor Walter Block
“The Evils of Rent Control” by Gene McDonough and Professor Walter Block Continue reading »

Mar 011996
 

Contents:
Making Room For Freedom In The ‘Common Sense Revolution’ Pink Influences in the Big Blue Machine; Don’t throw eggs at Premier, throw roses; ‘Impotent union leadership’ criticized, condemned; Metz debates Hargrove, Manners; National Attention focused on counter-protest to union strike; Committee says ‘NO!’ to Freedom Party; Human Rights Commission likened to Gestapo; Vaughan generating controversy; Rent Control, Medicare, Freedom Briefs, and more! Continue reading »

Mar 011994
 

Contents:
“No Such Thing” by William Trench
“Taxation: “Fairness” and Unintended Consequences” by Kenneth H.W. Hilborn
“The Slumlord” by Walter Block
“We Are the Future” by Jack Plant
“The Meaning of a Free Market Economy” by John R. Ferguson
“Identity Crisis” by Danielle Metz

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Dec 011991
 

Contents:
Freedom Party Launches Campaign For Freedom Of Choice In Education; Fp Targets Union Election Tactics; Protection of Rights Key To Constitutional Success, Says Frampton; Freedom Party Advocates Phasing Out Rent Control In Ontario; Bad Intentions Behind Bill 121, Says Metz; Socialism Under Fire; Freedom Party Joins Tax Coalition Battle; Freedom Party Sunday Shopping Views Clash With All-Party Committee; Government Pulls Plug On Private Daycare – Metz Warns Daycare Operators of NDP Agenda; The Gulf War: Protesters Backing A Bully, Says Robert Metz in Newspaper Editorial; Year-End Re-cap, and more…! Continue reading »

Sep 011990
 

1990-09-xx.metz-thumb.2VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

In September of 1990, during Ontario’s general election, Rogers held a televised leaders debate that included all but the three leaders whose parties most recenty held seats in Ontario’s Legislature. Debaters: Robert Metz (then leader, Freedom Party of Ontario), Elizabeth Rowley (Communist Party), Jim Harris (Green Party), James Stock (Libertarian Party), and Louis di Rocco (Family Coalition Party). Hosted by David Schatzky. Questions from callers: How would each party get AIDs medicines to patients without patients having to pay the high cost of those medicines; What would each party do about funding to public schools?; What is the Family Coalition Party’s position on homosexuality?; What would the Green Party do with respect to garbage and energy lost with our waste?; Where do the candidates stand on the issue of Sunday shopping?; What is Freedom Party’s position on the right to recall (i.e., unseat) MPPs when they do not keep their problems?; Is the Libertarian party committed to more funding for police forces to “combat the rampant drug problem in this province”?; What kind of program does the Communist Party have?; What is each party’s position on multiculturalism?; What is each party’s position on rent controls?; What is each party’s position on immigration?; What is each party’s position on abortion?; What is each party’s position on Worker’s Compensation? Continue reading »

Sep 011986
 

Contents:
Enthusiasm: The Emerling Experience; The Great Debate: Communism vs. Freedom (No Debate at All); Largest Petition in London’s History Presented to City Council; “Roll back your pay 4,500 tell aldermen” (newspaper coverage); Letter to Editor (London Free Press): “Petition deserved better than council snub”; Toronto & London FP Supporters Fight Business Improvement Area Taxes; The Future of Rent Control; Meet Lloyd Walker. Continue reading »

Jul 011986
 

Contents:
Openers; Group of Conviction Run By Man With Many Convictions; Action Director Marc Emery Goes to the Polls in London Civic Election; Tax Credit Ceiling Raised; Freedom Party Supporters Help Win a Big Battle for More Freedom for Merv Lavigne and Millions of Canadian Workers; “Teacher wins key case on use of union dues” (newspaper report); Promises, Promises! (socialized medicine); Freedom Party Campus Association Gets Rolling in 1985-1986 Campus Year; “Wage gap blamed on women’s own views” (newspaper coverage); Unemployment – As a Goal in Life; A Four Letter Word Starting With “F” (Censorship Alert campaign). Continue reading »