“It’s most interesting to note how LawIsCool shuts down the ability of people to put in opposing points of view in their comments section. That is their right. How would he feel if a human rights commission ordered LawIsCool to give equal time to opposing points of view after costing them a fortune in defending their right to close their comments section? He wouldn’t like it I am sure. But I guess, to paraphrase George Orwell, some people are more equal than others and their rights to freedom of speech more equal than others.
“Daniel Simard objects to being attacked, yet he seems to have no problem in attacking others and calling those who object to his tactics ‘crazed critics.’ He accuses his ‘foes’ of being unscrupulous, when his blog has rewritten comments by other posters, and has called legitimate commentary ‘spam’ when spam specifically refers to mass electronic advertising for Viagra and other such things.
“Obviously, Simard’s law school needs to teach its budding lawyers some basic definitions of words like censure and censorship.”
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