In which Macleans columnist Mark Steyn waxes enthusiastic over Barb Kulaszka, Nazi Mark Lemire's lawyer and author (or editor, depending on the attribution) of "Did Six Million Really Die? Report of the Evidence in the Canadian 'False News' Trial of Ernst Zündel".
Macleans must be so proud of their boy.
I've thought of organizing an anti-Macleans boycott, but where do you find copies these days other than the lobby of your local dentist's office? And how do you suppress the circulation of a magazine that is already only associated in people's minds with the sound of a dental drill?