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.
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
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
Shortly after hearing the Senate would stick around a little longer to deal with outstanding legislation I was pleased they would finally deal with Brian Storseth’s Private Member’s Bill C-304 to repeal Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Conservative Senate Leader Marjory LeBreton explained, in a comment to the Ottawa Citizen, that she and her colleagues comprehend the significance of Bill C-304, the bill to repeal Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. “The human rights bill has
Bill C-304 History Brian Storseth introduced his Private Member’s Bill C-304 to repeal Section 13 (and its resultant penalty clause in Section 54) of the Canadian Human Rights Act on September 30, 2011. On June 6, 2012 Parliament Repealed Section
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is under fire (again) for being everything a liberal despises. Saving Toronto taxpayers over a BILLION dollars is meaningless. Ford is a jerk and there is no low too low when it comes to attacking him
There is a very simple reason why “hate speech” laws do not and can not work. You simply cannot “ban” an emotion, any more than gun grabbers can ban stupid people. You cannot legislate away stupidity, nor can you legislate
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has filed an intervention application at the Federal Court of Appeals. They are seeking to rid Canada of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, which is Canada’s shameful Internet censorship legislation. The CCLA
On February 14, 2013, Marc Lemire filed with the Federal Court of Appeals a devastating critique of Canada’s Internet censorship laws and the fanatical corruption of the misnamed Canadian “Human Rights” Commission. These are the legal documents which will (I
I had a long conversation with Marc Lemire on Wednesday evening, December 19, 2012. For those not familiar with his name, Marc Lemire is the one and only man to ever win a case against the Canadian Human