My lawyer has received two upset calls from the Alberta Human Rights Commission. The first, from Shirlene McGovern herself, complained about the publicity she is receiving. I'm surprised at her reaction -- you'd think someone who regularly interrogates citizens about their private political views would be comfortable with the concept of public scrutiny. Imagine if she actually had to expose her private thoughts, not just her public actions as a government officer.
She's entitled to her opinions, that's for sure.
A few days later, another commission officer called my lawyer, complaining about this blog. I told my lawyer to invite them to write a letter to the editor to me. I haven't received it yet, so I presume they're just going to file another human rights complaint against me.
At the end Levant takes on the Canadian Jewish Congress for their embarrassing and muddled attempt at supporting such commissions. (CJC thinks that the complaint against Levant doesn't have merit but they're still okay with the system.)