Calgary Herald: Stand On Guard Against Human Rights Commissions

[Calgary Herald] Today, we celebrate the many gifts this country has given us, and remember what an ultimate privilege it is to be called Canadian. But eternal vigilance is the price we pay for those gifts, and standing on guard must be more than a line in our national anthem. The danger signs are all around — record levels of apathy among Alberta voters, and human rights commissions handing down rulings which, far from protecting rights, trample on the most basic ones such as free speech.

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2 responses to “Calgary Herald: Stand On Guard Against Human Rights Commissions

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  2. Simon Fleischmann

    Poor Alberta! Whoever would have predicted that Alberta would be leading the way down the road to enforced political correctness? Up to and including the banning of Christian practice.

    Making practicing Christianity dangerous in Alberta inspires feelings of fear and terror in Alberta’s Christian majority. THIS IS TERRORISM, AND ALBERTA’S IS CANADA’S FIRST TERRORIST PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT.

    Happy now?

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