Lend Blazing Cat Fur a hand

William A. Jacobson Legal Insurrection 2/10/2013

In early January I wrote about the lawfare being waged against Blazing Cat Fur, the Canadian blog, Support Blazing Cat Fur.

The litigation is over, but the substantial legal bills remain.

You would be doing a good thing if you lent them a hand.

Contribute to the Blazing Cat […]

The fight for free speech in Canada is not over

Brian Lilley Lilley’s Pad 2/8/2013

Last June many of us who had been fighting to end Canada’s ridiculous internet censorship law breathed a big sigh of relief. Conservative MP Brian Storseth’s bill to remove section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act had passed third reading and was on its way to becoming law.

Yet […]

Legal Defense Fundraiser Monday Night for Canadian Blogger BlazingCatFur

Tomorrow-January 7th- Is The JDL Fundraiser For Blazingcatfur

via BlazingCatFur December 2012

Hope to see you all there!

The Jewish Defense League Calls On Our Supporters To Attend An Emergency Fundraiser For Blogger Blazingcatfur

Radical Muslims are attempting to shut down Blazingcatfur.

Monday January 7TH, 7:30 PM

Toronto Zionist Centre, 788 Marlee Avenue

For […]

Canada’s hate speech law a serious threat to freedom of expression

Chilling Free Speech in the Great White North

Terry Heinrichs American Thinker 8/31/2011

Americans aware of journalists Ezra Levantand Mark Steyn are likely also aware that these two were hauled before Canadian “Human Rights Commissions” for supposed speech-crimes. Levant was pursued because he published the Mohammed cartoons, and Steyn, for, well, casting some Muslims in […]

In Canada, the criminalization of free speech

“Freedom of speech is an American concept, so I don’t give it any value.”

~Dean Steacy, CHRC lead investigator

Mark Hemingway Washington Examiner 11/30/2010

Except in a hockey rink at the Winter Olympics, our Canadian friends are well-mannered and polite neighbors. Americans rarely have a reason to pay attention to politics […]

A blogger ally, Blazing Cat Fur, needs our help

29 October 2010

Unless you’ve followed the charges against writers Mark Steyn, Ezra Levant, Kathy Shaidle and others in Canada, you may not realize that speech in the country is not protected as it is here under our First Amendment. Canada has a Human Rights Commission that monitors speech in the country and has been […]