When we started The Rebel in 2015, it felt like the internet golden age.
We were making money through YouTube ads (where we have nearly a million subscribers), and we promoted our stories on Facebook and Twitter.
But after Brexit and Trump, social media companies started punishing conservative sites like ours, by demonetizing videos or throwing some people off Facebook and Twitter altogether.
One of leading experts on this phenomenon of non-state censorship is tonight's guest, Allum Bokhari, the senior technology correspondent for Breitbart.com.
Tonight he spends the whole show with me, pulling back the curtain on exactly how Silicon Valley silences conservative voices.
He talks about when he first noticed this happening; the corporate culture of these tech companies; what's next for "whistleblower" James Damore (and individuals like him); how Google's secret algorithm impacts elections; and whether the answer is trust busting and more regulation, or competition in a free market.