One can hope that public exposure of Ezra Levant's interrogation by the Alberta Human Rights Commission will produce the revulsion these Star Chambers deserve.
If you haven't been following this, the first 7 video segments are linked here: Proceedings of the Alberta "Human Rights" Commission
Ezra's comments are worthy of an Ayn Rand novel. You should watch all the videos he's posted. Here are links to the latest 2 videos of this travesty:
Violating their own policies, ignoring their own procedures
My closing argument
This is the best view you're going to get of the genteel Stalinism of a society obsessed by multi-culturalism and political correctness until you're called before our Federal Elections Commission to explain some post on your blog. It is creepy to watch Officer McGovern, not because she is personally scary, but because she so facile a functionary of totalitarianism.
Make no mistake, there is no difference in principle between this bland Canadian functionary asking a magazine publisher's "intent" in publishing some cartoons and our Federal Elections Commission asking a blogger to prove his speech was not a political contribution. No difference. In both cases it is supression of legimate political speech. In Canada they're at least honest enough to let anyone initiate the censorship, here we only do it for congressional incumbents.