(David Menzies guest hosts for Ezra Levant tonight...)
You probably remember the Ben Levin story. Levin is Ontario’s former deputy education minister who played a significant role in creating the province’s new sex-ed curriculum.
Then it turned out that he had a fetish for child pornography.
The 65-year-old Levin was eventually sentenced to three years in prison in 2015 after pleading guilty to counselling others to commit sexual assault. He was also convicted of possessing and creating child pornography.
Levin received full parole after doing only 18 months.
Last week in the Toronto Sun, columnist Michele Mandel had a bombshell story:
Ben Levin was back online, trolling academic studies on pornography, even though his parole conditions state he can’t “possess or access pornography or sexually explicit material in any form or type of media.”
(By the way, you won't believe what qualifies as "academic studies" these days....)
Where is the rest of the media on this story?
This self-imposed radio silence is almost as disturbing as Levin himself...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Senior Sun columnist Lorne Gunter talks about Alberta's decision to replicate Ontario's approach to clean energy costs; then Joel Pollak of Breitbart.com discusses Newsweek's revisions to its article comparing Donald Trump to Charles Manson.