Yesterday, I talked about the IRS hearings and Obama's War on Journalism on Canadian television with Ezra Levant of Sun News. It's about 6 minutes.
If Levant's name sounds familiar, it's probably because of the insane legal situation he found himself in years back as the publisher of the Western Standard. In 2006, Levant published several of the infamous Mohammed cartoons that originally appeared in a Danish newspaper. As a result, Levant was brought up on charges that he had violated Canadian laws against religious discriminatin. Levant wrote about his travails—and eventual legal triumph—in "The Internet Saved My Tongue" in the June 2009 issue of Reason.