0. Ontario Libertarian Party

 

Explore New Possibilities!

We believe in the right of individuals, families and communities to make their own informed decisions about issues affecting themselves directly.  Join us to help make this a reality.

2. Leader's Message

 

Allen Small

"I believe that the people of Ontario should have greater control of their own lives, including greater economic and personal freedom. I'm confident that will result in greater prosperity for themselves and their families. One way this can be achieved is by reducing the size and scope of government. By supporting the Ontario Libertarian Party, you can help make this happen."

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3. It's time for a better Ontario

 

What do we stand for?

Our VISION is Communities of freedom, harmony, and abundance.
 
Our MISSION is to explore new possibilities through recognition of, respect for, and protection of individual liberty.

Help us repeal the Cap & Trade Tax.

Government is supposed to protect our rights from force and fraud while allowing us to pursue our dreams unimpaired. Instead what we have is a government that is determined to pursue an ideological goal that will harm those people in our province least able to provide the necessities of life for themselves and their families. This will eventually hurt everyone and it is the opposite of what good government should be doing.

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Union strikes as a property rights issue.

  • Posted on: 14 December 2012
  • By: Gene Balfour

One of our Facebook readers was confused about how union strikes as a property rights issue.  Here is how I see it.... 

All successful businesses [aka 'employers']  require, among other things, labour in order to produce the goods and/or services that generate business revenues. To acquire this labour, they create jobs and run employment competitions to find and hire the "best fit" job candidates at free market prices. These jobs are the property of the business owner as is the money from which wages are paid.

The OLP defends the Right to Work for ALL Ontario citizens equally ….

  • Posted on: 13 December 2012
  • By: Gene Balfour

Every citizen should have the right to a safe and equitable workplace where they are free to pursue their own individual interests in alignment with their employers’ and without interference from third parties. This right does not exist in a unionized work place that is not governed by Right to Work legislation.

"Put me in charge . . .."

  • Posted on: 7 December 2012
  • By: Gene Balfour

Has anyone else seen this ???   It was sent to me today by an old friend .  I call it "PUT ME IN CHARGE" and its message can be summarized by the final quote: 

      "The problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a  living."

For me, this message  beautifully addresses the 'entitlement attitude' that seems so common today amongst the electorate and it does so in a very interesting and forthright manner - somewhat blunt, maybe, but still an appropriate message just the same. 

Winter issue of Bulletin is online

  • Posted on: 5 December 2012
  • By: Jim McIntosh
Regular News

Click here to read more. Jeffrey McLarty, our Campaign Director, suggests six ways you can help us prepare for the probable spring election.  At the AGM Allen Small reported on his progress in the last year on the ten promoises he made when he was elected Leader.  The delegates elected four new officers and two members of the Ethics Committee at the AGM.  Rob Brooks, our new Vice-Chair, explains why fundraising is so imprtant to a political party.

The Property Rights View - from a "devil's advocate"

  • Posted on: 14 November 2012
  • By: Gene Balfour

Rick.

Re-read my article again carefully. The rationale for collective bargaining as theft is clearly laid out. 

The options that you are suggesting for the employer are severe - to be forced to shut down his business or to uproot his family, business, etc to go to more 'work-friendly' jurisdictions are hardly realistic options for most business owners. 

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