Reason, Faith, Consensus & Government Decision-making Pt. 1





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Published on Aug 27, 2007

On August 16, 2007, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever was the guest of "Just Right", with Robert Metz, on radio CHRW (FM 94.9 FM, London, Ontario). The one hour interview was on the topic " How should government make decisions". The discussion concerned 3 common ways in which a person might come to believe something: reason, faith, and consensus.

The nature and definition of reason, faith, consensus, belief and knowledge are discussed. Along the way, McKeever and Metz address actual examples of government decision-making based on Faith or Consensus, such as government's response to a belief in a man-made, CO2-driven, global warming catastrophe, and a recent Progressive Conservative election promise to fund private religious schools - but not non-religious ones - with taxpayer dollars.

The interview has here been broken into 3 parts to control file-size and download times. This is Part 1 of 3.


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