Free Speech Should Be Protected, Unless You Disagree With College Radicals

Nick Kangadis | February 13, 2018
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Freedom of speech does not equal freedom of consequence, but what are the consequences when people aren’t allowed to speak in the first place?

The curious case of former White House Chief Strategist and former Breitbart editor Steve Bannon reared its ugly head after liberal University of Chicago professor Luigi Zingales invited Bannon to hold a debate on globalization, immigration and populism at the school. The debate has sparked backlash from the campus intelligencia.

University of Chicago students staged protests and sit-ins in order to voice their displeasure of a possible Bannon visit.

One guy actually held up a sign at a Bannon protest saying, “Socialism or Barbarism.” What’s the difference?

Check out the video at the top for MRCTV's Nick Kangadis' thoughts about the persecution of free speech on college campuses, as well as more on the Bannon story.

Sources: Chicago Maroon,, University of Chicago Open Letter