The Bishop Berkeley (1685 – 1783) famously advanced strange notions about the nature of ideas and existence . . . and proof of the latter on the grounds of the former.
This weekend’s column has nothing to do with that. It is about the Berkeley anti-Milo riots. And free speech taken as “violence” and violence regarded as “free speech.” Which is weirder than Bishop Berkeley’s philosophical idealism, come to think of it.
- CNN: Robert Reich suggests conservatives beat themselves up
- Ben Shapiro: On Milo Yiannopoulos Berkeley Riot
- Heatstreet: The Left Celebrates Anti-Milo Yiannopoulos Violence at Berkeley
- MILO: White Nationalism Is NOT The Answer
- KTVU-TV: Organizer calls for more militant protests
- LIFe: BAMN Logic
- BAMN: Official website
- Antifa bludgeoning somebody to unconsciousness outside Milo event
- Sargon of Akkad: Antifa and the Black Bloc Explained
- Chicago Tribune: “Leftist mobs silence foes at Berkeley,” by John Kass
- NYT: Anarchists Respond to Trump’s Inauguration, by Any Means Necessary