Thank the Thought Police for this idea

Michelle Jacobs Edmonton Sun

If human rights commissions aren’t supposed to henpeck people over statements that are merely offensive, why were writers Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn put through the wringer?

We already have a formal way of dealing with people who wilfully promote hatred. It’s called the Criminal Code. A courtroom is the proper place to adjudicate such cases — not a Star Chamber of Thought Police.

Alas, the CHRC feels it needs to meddle in people’s lives in order to safeguard equality. We can only hope that Parliament disagrees.