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Nat Post writers talk LSS

Kevin Libin, who wrote the cover-page story about the troubles we’ve run into with “bureaucratic bullies” over my annual Liberty Summer Seminar, mentions our case yesterday.

National Post writers were busy discussing the silliness of various decisions by bylaw enforcement officers to pursue charges when, really, they should have done nothing other than issue a warning. Kevin Libin was reminded of covering our case when he wrote:

I remember this was something that struck me as I was writing earlier this year about the run-in that an annual libertarian barbecue in Ontario was having with regulatory officers. It’s the “gotcha” approach that enforcement officials seem to increasingly have toward the public. In the case of the Jaworskis, the Clarington bylaw officer didn’t seem to consider having a chat with them and warning them that, if they didn’t change their operation, he might have to charge them with running an unlicensed “commercial conference centre” (because they asked visitors to chip in some money for the cost of the event); he just pounced and hit them with a $50,000 fine…

Libin thinks it was silly for bylaw to charge my parents, and concludes:

Rather than serving the public, helping us get along, cases like this suggest the government is increasingly become our nemesis, out to punish us for living our lives outside their perfect control. And the effect, as what happened with whoever reported Mark Tijssen, is that neighbours begin to tattle to officials, using it as weapon with which to hurt each other and revenge petty grievances, instead of working out problems amongst themselves. It’s a great way to unravel a well-functioning civil society.

Read the whole discussion between Kevin Libin, Barbara Kay, and Scott Stinson here.

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