Posts Tagged ‘Naomi Klein’

The Ontario Public Works Protection Act grants the executive branch “unlimited authority to the cabinet” to appoint any with the authority of a local police officer; deem any place in the province a ‘public work’; threaten whatever force is necessary to make any person—irrelevant of probable cause—identify themselves, grant consent to their person and property to a search, and prevent the person without cause from entering property deemed as a ‘public work’.

Paul Cavalluzzo, a Ontario-based constitutional lawyer discussed the Act with Paul Jay at The Real News Network (16:59):

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Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, on how violence borgs voluntaryism and false concepts obscuring real violence. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, on how political, economic, and social concepts kill clarity — and how to bring the truth to any debate. (more…)