Inequality Under the Quasi-Law

EMG dissects Ian Fines appearance at the CAJ conference.

No. Rather, the part that I thought best encapsulated the basic incoherence of the human rights racket–as a racket and not just the subject of an isolated controversy–was Mr. Fine’s dithering, by way of reply to Ed Camps of the Alberta Press Council, that: “Of course, it’s hard to speak in hypotheticals.” He effectively dodged the question on these grounds.