I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

Well, there are of course, reasonable limits to free speech, such as to shouting “Fire” in a crowded theater.

The gentleman in this piece, Bill Whatcott, never shouted “Fire” anywhere. He has just voiced reasonable, and largely fact-based objections to the radical nature of contemporary social and moral policies, and has argued that they offend traditional moral principles

I have done so, too. All my writing life. I don’t know why I have not ever been charged. A Canadian newspaper once tried to have some my statements against the normalization of homosexuality, abortion, and euthanasia (and a few other things) in The War Against The Family (1993) sent to a so-called Human Rights Tribunal.

I wrote to the newspaper that they might have a more interesting time suing prestigious professional journals such as Lancet, The New England Journal of Medicine, and JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Society) from which all the facts I quoted were taken.

They went silent, and I never heard back from them.

Read on, and weep for the death of free speech in the West.