What is needed, it seems to me, is a seriously rude, arrogant, and well-educated class of journalists, who would lend each other support in ridiculing the pretensions of the censors. — Roger Scruton via the Politic
For a government bureaucrat to call any publisher or anyone else to an interrogation to be quizzed about his political or religious expression is a violation of 800 years of common law, a Universal Declaration of Rights, a Bill of Rights and a Charter of Rights. This commission is applying Saudi values, not Canadian values...Inspiring defiance. A rare inside view of the Human Rights process.
Saturday, January 12, 2008
Posted by Mike on Saturday, January 12, 2008