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Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb: Episode 13, September 16, 2012: Interview with Ontario Libertarian Party leader, Allen SmallOn the December 22, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I interviewed Ontario Libertarian Party leader, Allen Small. If you support the principles of free enterprise, private property rights and individual freedom, then please consider donating to the OLP, where you can donate up to $400 and receive 75% back as a tax credit when you receiving your 2015 tax refund as early as March or April 2016.

We discussed the following issues:

  • Limited beer sales at licensed Ontario supermarkets since December 16, 2015
  • Premier Kathleen’s Wynne call for marijuana to be sold at LCBO stores once it’s legalized federally
  • High Occupancy Toll Lanes coming to Greater Toronto Area highways
  • Health care reform, including when will Canada join the rest of the world, including France and Sweden, in allowing the private payment for primary health care, in order to reduce wait times and improve service
  • Partial privatization of Ontario Power Generation
  • Charges against two Liberal aides in the gas plants scandal
  • The opportunity to donate and receive a 75% tax credit for your donation up to $400 in the 2015 tax year.

For my past interviews with Allen, see here:

1) March 20, 2014

2) September 16, 2012

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Lenon HonorOn the August 11, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on Truth Frequency Radio, I interviewed Lenon Honor.

Hour 1: Recent developments, including Dr. Sanjay Gupta coming out in favour of medicinal marijuana.

Hour 2: Interview with Lenon Honor on fear-based mind control by alternative media, and his book, The 9/11 Fear-based Mind Control Program. website: lenonhonor.com

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Spy meter

The government illegally searching your home without a warrant

Ontario’s Finance Minister, Dwight Duncan, made a shockingly candid admission on August 18, 2011, as reported by The Toronto Star. He chastised the leader of the Opposition, Tim Hudak, for promising to give Ontarians the choice of whether they want to have a spy meter in their homes to monitor their electricity usage since they were made mandatory everywhere by 2011.

He admitted that they are currently using the meters to spy on homeowners for the purpose of detecting marijuana grow operations.

Finance Minister Dwight Duncan, a former energy minister, said it’s odd that Hudak is fighting grow-ops at the same time as he is leading a crusade against “smart meters” because they help find dope.

“One of the great things about smart meters is they help you shut down grow-ops … these things give very precise measurements of how much power is used,” he said.

“I kind of laughed today. Here’s a guy out berating smart meters.”

It’s my view that Hudak is opposing spy meters purely for partisan gain in the upcoming October 6 election, but I find it revealing how Ontario’s Finance Minister made light of the government spying on its citizens through the use of these spy meters.

Oh sure, it’s about going after the bad guys. It always was and always will be. But how will they determine who is a bad guy? By regularly monitoring your electricity usage, of course.

The Canadian Constitution requires that searches be reasonable, and searches of homes require a warrant, yet here we have the Ontario government openly admitting to effectively searching Ontario homes without a warrant.

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The western front of the United States Capitol...

We do what we want now, the Constitution be damned!

The proof that the interstate commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution doesn’t allow the federal government to ban the manufacture or sale of anything within the several States lies in the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, which was ratified in 1919 and repealed in 1933.

It stated, in part:

1. After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited.

2. The Congress and the several States shall have concurrent power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

If the federal government had the power to ban the manufacture or sale of alcohol within the several States, then why would it require an amendment to the Constitution be passed in order to do so? The answer is that it didn’t have that power prior to the 18th Amendment, and hasn’t since the amendment was repealed in 1933.

It is completely outrageous for the federal government to claim that it has the constitutional authority to ban the manufacture and sale of marijuana, for example, as it has claimed most notably in the case of California’s challenge.

While you were told, and are still told, that it was a bunch of partisan Republican Supreme Court Justices who were representing the wealthy interests in striking down many of President Franklin Roosevelt’s initiatives, the reality is, they were defenders of the Constitution in striking down Social Security and unconstitutional expansions of the interstate commerce clause, until they were ultimately outnumbered, and the unlawful was made lawful.

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