Sunday, March 19, 2006

An explanation and a march

A little behind, but worth pointing out anyway. Ezra explains the publication of the cartoons in the Western Standard at a Fraser Institute event I wish I could have gone to. He also published this Standard cover story entitled What were we thinking?, well worth the read.

Meanwhile, on the 13th, about 100 marchers--including Peter Kent--stood up for freedom of speech. Coverage from the CBC, as well as the Chronicle-Herald.

Of course, this story is still not dead, as the Human Rights complaint is still being decided. I suspect that they will throw this frivolous complaint out, just as they did the criminal charge, but I'm no lawyer, and the Human Rights tribunal operates under very different rules of evidence and procedure...


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