From Ezra Levant’s blog:
In February of 2006, the Western Standard magazine, of which I was
publisher, reprinted the Danish cartoons of Mohammed. We were
immediately hit with two “human rights complaints”. These are a strange
species of lawsuit, inimicable to Western liberal traditions of rule of
law and freedom of speech. A real court would have thrown these
complaints out as baseless, but Alberta’s human rights commission has
proceeded. Friday was the day of my interrogation. I videotaped it.
As noted over at James Lileks’ blog, The Bleat, this is how you should answer anyone who asks why you published something.