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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Protecting Everyone's Rights

Gee, I thought it was just that "Right Wing Nut Case" up in New Hampshire or wherever that was on the case of the Canadian Government.  Apparently not.

Here is Commentator Rex Murphy of the National Post, talking to "Human rights meets their match: The microwave oven".

In this article we have two levels of government action, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, which was overruled by the Ontario Superior Court.

Let us not kid ourselves.  There are some rather nasty employers out there, companies or people within companies, who abuse their employees.  This, however, was a case of an employee who was abusing her fellow employees and her supervisor—and then sued.

I am with Mr Murphy,
Thank God for the Ontario Superior Court.  Or, if you’re a Dawkins man, thank Providence, or Fate, or whatever benign anonymous forces silently preserve the common sense of things.
Regards  —  Cliff

1 comment:

Jack Mitchell said...

Funny you mention NH. I guess with the Presidential Primary coming up, the new GOP legislature figured it would float some test balloons for Palin and/or Bachmann.

As opposed to focusing on jobs.

A list of some proposed laws.
(h/t Blue Hampshire)

HCR11, urging Congress to withdraw the United States from the United Nations so that the United States may retain its sovereignty and control over its own funds and military forces.
Whereas, many of the member nations of the United Nations are not friendly to the United States and support many things that are detrimental to this country and against its interests, yet expect the United States to provide the finances and manpower to solve all of the world's problems, even putting the lives of this nation's military forces in danger...

HCR13, urging Congress to pass legislation against losses in value due to money supply by the federal reserve; restoring gold and silver money; and phasing out the federal reserve system

HCR14 ordering our federal senators to vote against the Law of the Sea Convention.

HCR19 affirming States' powers based on the Constitution for the United States and the Constitution of New Hampshire.

HCR25, urging Congress to amend the Internal Revenue Code to permit churches and other houses of worship to engage in political campaigns.