Justice with John Carpay

Justice with John Carpay Ep. 6

February 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Justice with John Carpay
Justice with John Carpay Ep. 6
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Justice with John Carpay
Justice with John Carpay Ep. 6
Feb 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms

License plates--personalized, vanity, specialty, or ordinary--have been the subject of court actions both here and in the US for the last 40 years. It's a complicated topic, pitting government speech against free speech and, often, political correctness against common sense. Host John Carpay and producer Kevin Steel talk about the case of Lorne Grabher and others.

Justice Centre News Release, Jan 31, 2020: Nova Scotia judge denies Lorne Grabher return of licence plate

McGill University, Art History and Communications Studies, Faculty page: Carrie Rentschler

CBC, Dec 10, 2012: Sex, swear words banned on N.S. licence plates

Vox, Oct 7, 2016: "Grab 'em by the pussy": how Trump talked about women in private is horrifying

Law Now, Apr 7, 2013: Equality Case Seems to Have Fractured the Supreme Court of Canada

Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Feb 14, 2019: After licence plate denied, Sask. man opts for giant 'ASSMAN' decal

Jack Denton in Pacific Standard, Mar 1, 2019: Does the First Amendment protect vanity license plates and bumper stickers?

Micheal C. Dorf in Verdict, Jan 13, 2016: The Supreme Court Could Hear a Third License Plate Case

Justice Centre News Release, Oct 24, 2019: Star Trek fan loses battle to keep personalized licence plate

APTN News, Feb 12, 2019: First Nation man in Manitoba told to lose ‘NDN CAR’ licence plate

NNL, Oct 24, 2019: Indigenous man gets his “NDN CAR” license plate back from Manitoba government

Emma Teitel in the Toronto Star, Apr 26, 2019: Lorne Grabher should be allowed to keep his licence plate

Parker Donham in National Post, Feb 7, 2020: Let Grabher have his licence plate

Freedom Forum Institute, Jan 17, 2018: License Plates

Justice Centre News Releases, Oct 15, 2019: New "secret" documents expose Justin Trudeau's role in barring children's camps from Canada Summer Jobs grants

Fox News, Jan 24, 2005: High Court Declines 'Choose Life' License Plate Case

Theme music: "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

Show Notes

License plates--personalized, vanity, specialty, or ordinary--have been the subject of court actions both here and in the US for the last 40 years. It's a complicated topic, pitting government speech against free speech and, often, political correctness against common sense. Host John Carpay and producer Kevin Steel talk about the case of Lorne Grabher and others.

Justice Centre News Release, Jan 31, 2020: Nova Scotia judge denies Lorne Grabher return of licence plate

McGill University, Art History and Communications Studies, Faculty page: Carrie Rentschler

CBC, Dec 10, 2012: Sex, swear words banned on N.S. licence plates

Vox, Oct 7, 2016: "Grab 'em by the pussy": how Trump talked about women in private is horrifying

Law Now, Apr 7, 2013: Equality Case Seems to Have Fractured the Supreme Court of Canada

Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Feb 14, 2019: After licence plate denied, Sask. man opts for giant 'ASSMAN' decal

Jack Denton in Pacific Standard, Mar 1, 2019: Does the First Amendment protect vanity license plates and bumper stickers?

Micheal C. Dorf in Verdict, Jan 13, 2016: The Supreme Court Could Hear a Third License Plate Case

Justice Centre News Release, Oct 24, 2019: Star Trek fan loses battle to keep personalized licence plate

APTN News, Feb 12, 2019: First Nation man in Manitoba told to lose ‘NDN CAR’ licence plate

NNL, Oct 24, 2019: Indigenous man gets his “NDN CAR” license plate back from Manitoba government

Emma Teitel in the Toronto Star, Apr 26, 2019: Lorne Grabher should be allowed to keep his licence plate

Parker Donham in National Post, Feb 7, 2020: Let Grabher have his licence plate

Freedom Forum Institute, Jan 17, 2018: License Plates

Justice Centre News Releases, Oct 15, 2019: New "secret" documents expose Justin Trudeau's role in barring children's camps from Canada Summer Jobs grants

Fox News, Jan 24, 2005: High Court Declines 'Choose Life' License Plate Case

Theme music: "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

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