The ridiculous and shameful ruling this week that deprived Christian social activist Bill Whatcott of his inherent human right to free speech came down with the rattle of chains and the clanging of prison doors. The unanimous ruling took the highest court of biased secular human opinion in Canada two years to deliver. The judgment tells us “what time it is”, as runaway slave Frederick Douglass said of abolitionist John Brown’s ill-fated attempt to free the slaves at Harper’s Ferry, a few short years before hundreds of thousands of Americans would shed their blood for that same noble cause.
From ChristianGovernance eletter – December 8, 2012
ChristianGovernance Newsletter – April 24, 2012
Well, I have to admit that I was hoping for more than 5 responses for Randy Donauer from the few hundred people on out email list. I know it’s only been a day, and that more responses will be coming in from some of you. I encourage you not to forget this case if you’re delayed in being able to respond and express your support. If you have other ways of expressing your support, please use them as well.
A self-professed atheist is threatening to file a lynching – a human rights complaint – against a Christian Saskatoon counsellor for saying grace in public. This is outrageous, but it illustrates the zealotry of atheism and humanism. These ideologues try to smear Christianity – and especially Christian conservatives – as zealots. But Christians don’t behave like this. It does, however, seem to be the way a growing number of atheists/humanists behave.
LifeSiteNews.com – November 26, 2010
Mexican state government investigated for ‘endorsing’ ex-gay conference
By Matthew Hoffman
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – The government of the Mexican state of Jalisco is under “investigation” by the state human rights commission for alleged sponsorship of a conference that included Richard Cohen, an ex-homosexual and therapist who treats homosexuals for unwanted same-sex attraction, according to the Mexican newspaper El Universal.
Toronto Sun – November 12, 2010
Freedom under attack in the name of human rights: group
By Brian Lilley
OTTAWA – A new lobby group says it wants to warn Canadians that their fundamental freedoms – such as freedom of expression, belief, thought and religion – are being threatened by the groups sworn to uphold them. The campaign, from a group called Stand Up For Freedom Canada, claims human rights commissions and tribunals at the federal and provincial level are a threat to Charter-protected rights for all Canadians.
Stand Up for Freedom Canada – November 9, 2010
For Immediate Release
New Campaign Challenges the Assault on Freedom by Canada’s Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals
(Vancouver) November 9, 2010: As Canada prepares to remember those who paid the supreme sacrifice for our freedom, a grassroots campaign has been launched today to protect this freedom from an unlikely source; our country’s human rights commission and tribunals.
The Toronto Sun – November 9, 2010
More frights from the human rights people
By Ezra Levant
The Alberta Human Rights Commission is at it again. The latest embarrassment from this out-of-control government agency is their gift of tax dollars to a group called “Racism Free Edmonton.” It’s an ironic name, because the world view of Racism Free Edmonton is racist itself. The Alberta Human Rights Commission is a specialist at the Orwellian perversion of language. Their counterfeit “right not to be offended” has meant the infringement of real rights, like freedom of speech.
National Post – November 3, 2010
A golden opportunity to kill human-rights censorship
By Karen Selick
National Post – Oct. 23, 2010
Ottawa withdraws from clash of interests over hate speech law
By Joseph Brean