Intellectual freedom in Canada: News roundup

If you  are an American who thinks it doesn't matter, you should start caring. See especially "McMaster University sues American journalist " 

I put up some links at one of my blogs to intellectual freedom issues in Canada that impact our ability to cover the news.

Think together, stink together … or sink together? Zerb vs. Blazing? All I know is, I don 't want anyone censoring either paper, in the interests of "human rights", "multiculturalism," "diversity," "fairness," or "localism." I prefer to read and decide for myself.

McMaster University sues American journalist for reporting links to al Qaeda – meanwhile, McMaster jihadi is sentenced to 12 years

It's what they don't want you to read that you had better read (Freedom to Read Week coming up)

Further quick notes

Denyse O'Leary is co-author of The Spiritual Brain.

One thought on “Intellectual freedom in Canada: News roundup

  1. It’s great to see good information being shared and also to see fresh, creative ideas that have never been done before.

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