The Sunset of Canadian Freedom – oh yea Tsesis gets slammed here too

The more I read about events in Canada, the more thankful I am that some States required the promise of a Bill of Rights before agreeing to join the Union. Canada doesn’t have a clear protection of public speech written into its Law. In America, Freedom of Speech is a sacred and unimpeachable right, enshrined in the First Amendment:

“Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press”

The rest at An Advocate Of The Republic.

H/T some guy named Steyn, never hoid of him.

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