You have to read all of this one. The setup is pure Vox Day. Ok, Vox, we get the point, you're not a Mark Steyn fan, but...
I tend to be somewhat more forgiving of Steyn on his war cheerleading. I can't tell from the article if Vox is aware of it, but Steyn's views on the war spring from the same fount as his views on the Muslim migration, rightly or wrongly. In my view, those who support the war as a means to thwart the migration are wrong. Those who cheerlead for it are so wrong I sometimes suspect they are simple. However, I understand the progression of thought that brought them to their view.
As to the meat of the article, should anyone doubt that the US is headed in the direction of hate speech laws, I am aware of two bills introduced in the Congress last year that amount to hate speech laws. Should some of you simpering PC advocates find the cockles of your heart warmed by this prospect, be aware that you and your ilk are usually among the first to fall the the predations of thought-crime laws. Or as the old saying goes, it's the useful idiots who are always most shocked as they are being frog-marched off to the firing squads.
Steyn should move to the US and seek asylum. Now wouldn't that be ironic in so very many ways?