Ladies and Gentlemen, the Comedy Stylings (and Constitutional Arguments) Of Alan Dershowitz!

Live from Martha’s Vineyard, it’s the comedic stylings (and Constitutional insights) of Alan Dershowitz. He talks about his new book, “The Case Against Impeaching Trump,” life for a liberal “turncoat” on Martha’s Vineyard, and why he believes the Left hasn’t “abandoned” the fundamental principle of free speech. (It’s a trick answer–don’t miss it!)

Also, Boston Democrats want to give non-citizens the right to vote, while in New Hampshire they want non-New Hampshire residents voting there, too. Is it craven politics, or do Democrats really have such little respect for democracy?

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    Michael Graham:  The premise that free speech in and of itself was a fundamental good, that appears to have been abandoned the Left—

    Alan Dershowitz:  It wasn’t abandoned. No, it was never abandoned because they never believed in it. … The hard Left never believed in free speech. They believed in it as a tactic to get their voice across. As soon as they became dominant, they were going to shut down the marketplace of ideas.

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    • July 16, 2018, at 9:04 AM PDT
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  2. Eugene Kriegsmann Member

    Dershowitz is superb, a man of real integrity and a lawyer which seems a complete anachronism. I really enjoyed the interview.

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    • July 16, 2018, at 4:41 PM PDT
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