This is their last post:
Apparently, the victims of the totalitarian process, which does not appear to provide for anything resembling an actual trial but still dishes out punishments, were sued because they linked a post of theirs to the following piece by Mark Steyn. Judging from alleged past patterns of Warman, it is believed that a minion of his posted a derogatory comment about Warman on Steyn's article so that the professional litigant could have cause to sue. I am not sure why Steyn himself was not sued but my guess is that Warman finds less-powerful targets easier to attack.
*This is the Wikipedia entry for the law to which Mark Steyn referred, a key portion of which was repealed in 2012. I didn't have time to get a grasp of what sections of the law are still in effect or if the respective case occurred before the repeal.
Again, I am not familiar in anyway with Canadian Law, but what I see is something very close to the oppressive legal restrictions on Free Speech is Western Europe - the same that Hillary Clinton wants for us.
In consideration of the fact that much of Whig and general Parliamentary thought were the inspiration for many American patriots, a growing number of historians have, for good reasons, noted that the American War of Independence should be seen as an extension of the English Civil War.
Where Free Speech is concerned, the US may find herself being the battleground of the next English Civil War.