In the book "1984" by George Orwell, the hero, Winston Smith works for a government "information" ministry where he doctors old newspapers, to change past headlines to conform with the latest political fashion.
Here in the real world, Conservative MP Candice Bergen has discovered that the Liberals' first act upon forming government in early November of last year was to purge any record of Stephen Harper’s public websites as prime minister.
The Liberals asked Google to do scrub the Internet, and they did.
In fact, Google went further: if you search for Stephen Harper’s press releases, it sends you to Justin Trudeau’s.
This isn't just a symbol of the Liberals’ disrespect for Harper and those who voted for him, and all of his legitimate laws. It’s a sign of their self-regard, a narcissism, a sense of divine right...
NEXT: The Rebel's Faith Goldy reports from Orlando.
I ask her about the mood in the city, and she says people aren’t really in shock, and are focused more on gun control and homophobia, rather the reality of Islamic jihad.
(On her own show tonight at 9pm ET, she'll be talking to Gavin McInnes and Milo Yiannopoulos, who are also in town to cover the terrorist massacre.)
THEN our good friend, Quebec broadcaster Eric Duhaime, joins me to talk about a free speech issue that hits close to home.
The Rebel tried to put up a new billboard in Montreal, as part of our series campaigning for pipeline development and Canadian ethical oil.
But this time the billboard company turned us down, and you won't believe the two reasons they gave us! This isn't the end of this story, though...
FINALLY: You messages to me!