Besides writing a fantastic introduction to the book, Mark Steyn is also offering my new book The Tyranny of Nice, for sale through his website:
As many readers will know, Mark spent much of 2008 embroiled in spurious hate-crime cases brought by the Canadian Islamic Congress with the aid of their stooges at the Canadian, Ontario and British Columbia “Human Rights” Commissions.
In a characteristically robust read, Kathy Shaidle and Pete Vere tell the story of the Maclean’s suits, the Alberta government’s investigation of Ezra Levant, and other ludicrous cases brought by Canada’s diseased “human rights” apparatus.
From the “human right” of fast-food employees not to wash their hands after using the toilet to the “human right” of drunken lesbians to heckle stand-up comedians, Shaidle and Vere present a riveting portrait of Canada’s kangaroo courts, their assault on liberty, and the lessons they offer for America and other countries.
It’s a great read, and includes a special introduction by Hatemonger Steyn himself.
And don’t forget, when you order from SteynOnline, the Hatemonger will be happy to autograph it to you or your loved one. Or hated one.