War on Free Speech: Ezra Levant ordered to pay $80K in Islamic supremacist suit

Pamela Geller Atlas Shrugs 11/28/2014

In a chilling setback for free speech, my dear friend and colleague Ezra Levant has been ordered to pay the outrageous sum of $80,000 to an Islamic supremacist in what is the latest in an unending string of sharia based lawsuits to suppress and silence the truth.

“It is a […]

British Take to Streets to Protest Barbaric Woolwich Beheading

Breitbart News Big Peace 25 May 2013

After the brutal and barbaric murder of an off-duty soldier in Woolwich on Wednesday, Britons took to the street to protest in a massive rally led by the controversial English Defence League. EDL leader Tommy Robinson told the rally in Newcastle, “We cannot allow this soldier’s death to […]

Woolwich attacks: Lee Rigby’s tearful family speak of their pride in murdered soldier

The wife of murdered soldier Drummer Lee Rigby says he was “a devoted father” and she and her son Jack “will both miss him terribly”.

The Telegraph [UK] 24 May 2013

Drummer Lee Rigby’s wife Rebecca and stepfather Ian Rigby fought back tears as they spoke on behalf of the tragic 25-year-old’s whole family, at […]

Excluded by the Inclusion Cops

Mark Steyn The Corner National Review Online 5/2/2013

As some readers will know, I’ve fought a long battle in Canada to restore freedom of speech to a country that should never have allowed itself to lose it. So I find this example of naked intimidation by state power especially repugnant:

Pamela Geller, tireless campaigner against […]

Google–‘don’t be evil’–issues ‘take down’ order to Blazing Cat Fur

BREAKING: Is an accused terrorist trying to shut down my husband’s blog?

Kathy Shaidle Five Feet of Fury 3/25/2013

Arnie did some digging…

UPDATE:

BlazingCatFur is hosted at Blogger.com, which is owned by Google.

Since the “accused terrorist” complained to Google about four of Arnie’s posts, Google sent Arnie a “take down” notice and he […]

Lights Out on Free Speech

Mark Steyn National Review Online 3/19/2013

On the end of freedom of the press in Britain, Messrs O’Sullivan, Cooke and Stuttaford have had their say below. I think our friend Iain Murray Tweets it well:

Let me get this right: Parliament will hold the press to account? Words cannot begin to express how bass-ackward that […]