Tim Lee is the senior vice president of legal and public affairs at the Center for Individual Freedom. He talks about the violent attack on free speech as author Dr. Charles Murray attempted to speak at Middlebury College in Vermont. When student protesters turned violent, Professor Allison Stanger was assaulted as she tried to shield Dr. Murray. The author of The Bell Curve escaped the mob, but Tim says that it represents what is wrong on today’s campuses. Free speech is in grave jeopardy when violent disruption of the First Amendment has no consequences. Originally aired on Cam & Co 03/06/17.
Monday: Salena Zito, Washington Examiner; John Cylc, The
Federalist; David Webb, The David Webb Show; Mark Hemingway, The Weekly Standard;
Tim Lee, Center for Individual Freedom; Dave Kopel, Independence Institute.