Manitoba's attempt to rein in Human Rights Commissions doesn't go far enough


Ezra Levant looks at Manitoba's proposal to roll back the power of its out of control Human Rights Commissions.  He has been calling for the reform of these kangaroo courts for years, and although I applaud these baby steps, the new law wouldn't go far enough to restore real justice.

It's a minor miracle that the Conservative government there even dared to introduce it.