On today’s Federalist Radio, Mary Katherine Ham, Guy Benson, and Robby Soave discuss the latest outrages on college campuses. Later in the hour, Emily Zanotti, senior contributor at The Federalist, joined to explain the premise and the buzz behind the anticipated “Suicide Squad” movie.
One of the most recent acts of free speech that college students have taken offense to is the words “Trump 2016” written on sidewalks at their universities. “It’s remarkable the extent to which college students will ask their administrators to treat them like children,” Ham said. “A small glimmer of hope I’m seeing on college campuses is a copy catting of ‘Trump 2016’ chalking going on across the nation and my guess is that not all of it is sincere Trump support, but a lot of it is a statement for free speech.”
Movie trailers for both “Suicide Squad” and “Captain America: Civil War” were released earlier this week during the MTV Movie Awards. “I don’t know about you, but I don’t know if I’m ready for someone who is not Heath Ledger to play the Joker,” Soave said.