Ideacity | Jun 15, 2012 | 20:48

Ezra Levant on freedom of speech in Canada

Aa self-proclaimed "troublemaker," Ezra Levant is passionate and empowering in his discussion of freedom of speech in Canada. After being prosecuted by the Alberta Human Rights Commission for publishing editorial cartoons depicting the prophet Mohammed in the Western Standard magazine, Levant felt censored by the government. Here, he talks about politics, ideas, censorship, free speech, and why offending people is important

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