Dialogue Replaces Disruption at UW-Madison Libertarian Event

A year ago when a conservative speaker came to UW-Madison, liberal protesters staged a disruption that shut down the event for 20 minutes. Since then the regents adopted a policy protecting free speech, hoping to encourage more constructive dialogue and a free exchange of ideas. This year, another controversial pro-liberty speaker came to campus, but with very different results. MNS’ Bill Osmulski has more.