Complaining about Insufficient Complaints
by Mark Steyn
July 31, 2014
In my SteynPost on Michael Mann's Clime Syndicate and the latest beneficiary of their offers you can't refuse, I mentioned my previous legal battles with Canada's "human rights" regime over Section 13. Brian Storseth's private member's bill took an eternity to crawl through Parliament all the way through to Royal Assent, but it got there in the end and Section 13 formally bit the dust just last month. By then, I wasn't in the mood for celebrating, but I'm glad to see someone's been popping the champagne corks at this belated but significant victory.
In 2008, when Ezra Levant and Maclean's and I found ourselves caught in the cross-hairs of Canada's "human rights" commissions, we had the great good fortune to be ensnared at the same time as Marc Lemire. …
“Instead, Lemire pushed back hard, and became, from their point of view, the defendant from hell.”
See the entire posting by Mark Steyn at: http://www.steynonline.com/6495/complaining-about-insufficient-complaints