Friday, June 20, 2008

Kangaroo Courts: How Canadian "human rights commissions" are clamping down on religious dissent over homosexuality

The conservative writer Mark Steyn has been hauled before a Canadian "human rights commission" for criticizing Islam, but, says John Leo, negative remarks about homosexuality are even more likely to get you hauled before a Canadian kangaroo court. Fortunately, the United States has the First Amendment, which prevents the increasingly intolerant left from restricting opinions here--at least as long as activist judges don't reinterpret it.

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