Mark Steyn writes:
On Saturday, after I mentioned M Sourriseau’s decision, I received a fair few responses about “gutless hypocrites” and “French cowards”. A number of them came from persons using a pseudonym, which perhaps renders demands for courage from others somewhat less persuasive.
When you did what they did, then you have the right to curse them for not continuing to go on doing it.
One man who does have that right is my old publisher at The Western Standard, Ezra Levant.
Ten years ago, Charlie Hebdo and The Western Standard were just about the only two publications in the civilized world to reprint the original Danish Mohammed cartoons.