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by Mark Steyn
You don't generally get to pick your battles, and, if you'd asked me circa 2007 if I wanted to spend much of the next half-decade battling for the restoration of freedom of speech in Canada and elsewhere, I'd probably have decamped to the South Sandwich Islands. But then the Canadian Islamic Congress and their statist enablers in the "human rights" racket attempted to impose a de facto lifetime publication ban on me, and so I found myself conscripted to the cause.
It's been a long, slow process, but the victories have been real. Section 13 of the Canadian "Human Rights" Code has as a practical matter been rendered unenforceable. It's now about to be removed from the law formally. It passed its third reading in the House of Commons, which means it only requires a vote in the Senate and Royal Assent (yes, yes, calm down, Kevin Williamson et al), and it's history. This twit from Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition is a good example of what we've been up against:
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