From my National Post column: when anti-social behavior masquerades as "free speech".
This quote is supposed to confirm Thatcher as an anti-social radical individualist of the Ayn Rand distemper.
The brother was an anti-social, self-mythologizing would-be rock star.
Then there is an idea that religion is a conservative power, useful as a bulwark against the assaults of anti-social fanatics.
That would have been anti-social egoism; we called it "showing off."
Who would there be to prevent and repress crimes, that is, anti-social acts?
What, then it may be asked, are the causes that produce this anti-social being?
They announced it on the radio and they're saying it's due to anti-social elements.
The State is to sanction the number of births; all others are immoral, because anti-social.
The family is too narrow; its aims are too petty, selfish, and anti-social.
antisocial an·ti·so·cial (ān'tē-sō'shəl, ān'tī-)
Behaving in a manner that violates the social or legal norms of society.