Cops love vaguely-worded search warrants with a wide-open net. Why they love them is no secret. These kinds of search warrants are fishing expeditions. These search warrants are massive gill nets tossed into the ocean of humanity in search of
If you think you’re crazy because of all the politically-correct nonsense in our world, you’re not. If you think the world is being turned upside down by childish crybabies who cannot comprehend a moral right from a moral wrong, you’re
Professor Jordan Peterson made international headlines last fall for his staunch refusal to kneel at the feet of the Pronoun Police. That infuriated the intolerant ones, all of whom insist there can be only one opinion: theirs. All others must
Dear Mr. Jati Sidhu, MP (Mission — Matsqui — Fraser Canyon) I write to you, my elected representative to Parliament, to urge you to vote against Iqra Khalid’s Motion M-103 “Systemic racism and religious discrimination” this week. My rationale is
Here in North America we take our Right to Freedom of Speech for granted. We criticize our government with abandon and gusto, confident we are safe from retaliation; that there is no price to be paid for speaking our mind.
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised. Bureaucrats are, generally speaking, a cowardly bunch, but the response given to Joseph Hickey, Executive Director of the Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) about Arthur Topham’s Freedom of Speech case is truly pathetic even
The problem with some folks is they can’t accept the fact an opinion exists of which they don’t approve. The problem with politicians is they feel compelled to pander to the people who cannot accept another’s point of view. Combine
It’s a simple, common-sense ruling, and one founded in that most basic right of all, Freedom of Speech. Just like honking your horn as you pass by people holding a sign like “Honk if you Support Our Troops” is legal,
As I’ve written many times before Quesnel, BC, resident Arthur Topham is embroiled in a battle for his Right to Freedom of Speech. Those who dislike what Arthur has to say used both Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights
The Arthur Topham criminal “hate speech” case here in British Columbia continues to leave me scratching my head in amazement that we actually pay Crown Prosecutors good money to act like such idiots. I’m specifically talking about Quesnel Crown Counsel
From the beginning Arthur Topham’s case puzzled me. Charging Mr. Topham with “wilfully promoting hatred” under Section 319(2) of the Criminal Code of Canada seemed excessive given he already faces charges under Section 13(1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Imagine it… a school district, supposedly in charge of educating our children, deems the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to be “inappropriate”. No, I am not making this up. Prince Rupert School District No. 52 recently banned teachers from