In the provincial election, I participated in 9 All-Candidates' meetings, as welll as several TV and radio interviews. That first minute was all-important, and this was the message: "Our proposals cost little or nothing, can be implemented quickly, can be added to any candidate's platform, and will give results immediately -results that can be measured."
The following article "Ending supply management" has been copied from the National Post · Nov. 15, 2011 | Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2011 3:09 AM ET
As the 'anti-monopoly' party of Ontario, I cannot think of a better cause around which to rally as a political party that holds our principles.
During the 2011 Ontario Libertarian Party Convention, we were pleased to welcome Gerry Nicholls of Freedom Forum to speak to us about the 2011 Ontario General election. Mr Nicholls gave an excellent break down of the strategies employed by the Progressive Conservative and Liberal parties, where they were and were not successful, and gave suggestions for how the Libertarian Party can position itself in future elections.
The gods of liberty are conferring in the heavens as we speak. If you listen carefully, you can hear them – voices of reason wafting over a humanity for whom reason has all but been drowned out by the cries of millions of chattering class believers in their own claims for entitlement (“Entites” ) at the expense of our nation’s prosperity producers (“Prospertites”).