Feb 012018

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On February 1, 2018, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever testified at the Oshawa hearing of Finance Minister Charles Sousa’s Pre-Budget 2018 Consultations. Before submissions commenced, each of Sousa and Dickson gave opening remarks. The attendees were told that, thereafter, submissions were to be made back-to-back, with no debate in between, so that everyone would be heard. The meeting was scheduled to last only 1.5 hours: from 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM.

The first to make a submission was Adrian Foster, the Mayor of Clarington. Paul McKeever commenced his submissions immediately thereafter, essentially focusing upon 4 ways not to balance a budget. Apparently, McKeever’s submissions landed a blow because, as soon as McKeever finished, the Finance Minister indicated he wanted to make a response to McKeever’s submissions.

This recording includes both McKeever’s oral submissions and the Finance Minister’s response.

Listen to the submission and response:

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May 152013

2013-05-15.mckeeverAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

On May 15, 2013, “Philosophy in Action” podcast creator and host Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever on the topic of “Winning Elections with the Freedom Party of Ontario”. Dr. Hsieh framed the show as follows: “Can a political party based on principles of individual rights win elections? Perhaps so – and Paul McKeever has a strategy for doing so with the Freedom Party of Ontario.Paul McKeever is the Leader of Freedom Party of Ontario. Paul joined Freedom Party in 1992. He first ran as a candidate for Freedom Party in Ontario’s 1999 election. He became a Freedom Party spokesperson that year, and the party leader in 2002.”

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Nov 161992

1992-11-16.metz-uwo-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

On November 16, 1992, Freedom Party president Robert Metz gave a presentation to a group of students of Objectivism (Ayn Rand’s philosophy) at the University of Western Ontario, in London, Ontario. The topic: The relationship between political philosophy and political action.”

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