‘Freedom of speech means not censoring someone because we don’t agree with what they have to say’
“Do you believe in life after death?” the boss asked his employee.
“Yes, sir,” he replied.
“Well, then that makes everything fine. Because after you left early yesterday to go to your grandmother’s funeral, she stopped in to see you.”
Or how about the two men who were having a discussion and one concluded, “Let’s just agree to disagree, and have you thrown out of the building.”
A week ago 600 people signed a letter asking the Arts Commons in Calgary to throw Jordan Peterson out of the building and cancel his appearance. They claimed Jordan’s controversial talk would attract extremists and could present safety concerns to the numerous people in the facility.This content is for members only.