Firing on all eight cylinders:
Mr. Mark Steyn: Oliver Wendell Holmes said that the most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely-falsely-shouting “Fire” in a theatre. The problem with the Human Rights Tribunal is that falsely shouting “Fire” is not at issue. It doesn’t matter whether the theatre actually is on fire, because under the Human Rights Tribunal, truth is not a defence.
In my own particular case, no one has ever pointed to a single fact in the Maclean’s article, an excerpt from my book, that is inaccurate. So essentially-