That is what makes America so great: our true dedication to free speech and in building a diverse nation of many into one.
While we may derive some sense of justice from watching a Nazi get socked in the face, this violence reflects a civil decorum that is spilling through the hourglass as we transition into a new political leadership. As a citizen, I condemn the actions of the person who punched Richard Spencer, but as a person I applaud it.
The problem on college campuses is not as simple as a violation of free speech or protecting the integrity of intellectual diversity. Rather, the problem may be society’s lack of unifying values.