Victory for the Liberty Summer Seminar

Jonathan McLeod

February 16, 2011 | 5 Comments

I’ve been meaning to get to this, and I’ve been suitably prompted by Peter Jaworski. In case you don’t remember Peter, he blogs at The Volunteer and is involved with the Liberty Summer Seminar. It was the LSS that landed his parents (who were hosting the event  for the 10th straight year) in hot water. [...]

Further Thoughts on the Liberty Summer Seminar Fines

Jonathan McLeod

August 30, 2010 | No Comments

The other day, I linked to Balbulican’s post on the threats of fines levied against Marta and Lech Jaworski for allowing their son, Peter Jaworski, to host the Liberty Summer Seminar – as they have done for the past decade (background can be found here or here).  As I had linked to the story rather [...]

A Different Opinion on the Liberty Summer Seminar Fines

Jonathan McLeod

August 28, 2010 | 2 Comments

At Stageleft, blogger Balbulican has a different opinion on the municipal citations received by Marta and Lech Jaworski (which I have noted here and here) for hosting their son’s Liberty Summer Seminar.  He writes, in part: In a surprising turn of events this week…Dr. Dawg and Kathy Shaidle agreed on something. The subject of this [...]

An Update on the Shakedown of the Liberty Summer Seminar

Jonathan McLeod

August 26, 2010 | No Comments

Last week, I noted the troubles that Marta and Lech Jaworski have found themselves in as a result of allowing their son, blogger and scholar Peter M. Jaworksi, to host the Liberty Summer Seminar at their home in Clarington.  Apparently, a municipal worker (perhaps “municipal storm trooper” would be more apt) decided that this presented [...]

The Price of Liberty? $50 000.

Jonathan McLeod

August 17, 2010 | 2 Comments

This seems like a bad parody, but, sadly, it’s not: Orono, ON: Due to an anonymous zoning complaint filed with the local municipality, husband and wife bed-and-breakfast proprietors Marta & Lech Jaworski may be forced to pay as much as $50,000 in fines for permitting their son, Peter, to use his family’s property to host the [...]

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