The New York Times reported recently that "John Galliano, the talented
and troubled designer who was fired by the fashion house Christian Dior
for making anti-Semitic remarks in a drunken rant at a bar, will be put
on trial for the offenses, the Paris prosecutors office said Wednesday."
This is of interest to all those who realize that the right to freedom
of speech isn't merely some odd American idea, as some multiculturalists
might maintain, but a basic individual human right. It is a basic right
that is always under assault from dictators and also, sadly, from
earnest but misguided champions of various causes.
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