A long report with lots of pictures and video. The Berkeley students — in contrast to the Wisconsin students I wrote about yesterday — tried to disrupt the speaker. And their speaker — Nonnie Marwan — was not harshly confrontational like the Wisconsin speaker — David Horowitz. The disruption at Berkeley, it should be emphasized, seems to have come not from Muslim students but from political leftists. But the difference in student behavior at the two schools is striking and instructive.
This picture caught my eye:
Here's some fashion advice:
1. If your ideas are loathsome, wear loathsome clothing to ward people off.
2. If you think you have an acceptable way of wearing shorts, don't stand near someone who is wearing obviously horrible shorts.