Our Senate gets it right on free speech

National Post Editorial

“Censorship,” Mr. Finley said in his opening remarks, has begun to “rear its ugly head” in the form of aggressive human rights commission investigations into politically incorrect Internet postings and a university administrator’s threats to American author Ann Coulter that she risked hate-crimes prosecution if she didn’t curb her tongue while in Canada. “Despite our 400-year tradition of free speech, the tyrannical instinct to censor still exists.”

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Speeches By Senators Finley,  Wallin,  Duffy , Tkachuk , Eaton & Brazeau

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