Featured Videos For 31 December 2017

Here are some featured videos for 31 December 2017

Mark Steyn on Fox News

Jordan Peterson interviewing 2 Wilfred Laurier University professors about the Lindsay Shepherd case and the current state of Freedom of Speech on University Campuses.

A Christmas “greeting” from ISIS – from MEMRI.org

Milo in Australia

Robert Spencer speaking to the David Horowitz Freedom Center on the Islamophobia Fantasy vs. Reality

Mark Steyn on views about Christmas

Featured Videos: Mark Steyn and Khaled Abu Toameh At The David Horowitz Freedom Center – December 2017

Here are two excellent speeches from the David Horowitz Freedom Center‘s Restoration Weekend in December 2017.

First, Mark Steyn:

Mark Steyn from DHFC on Vimeo.

Next Khaled Abu Toameh:

Khaled Abu Toameh from DHFC on Vimeo.

Mark Steyn and Khaled Abu Toameh are both on our list of Recommended Commentators.

Featured Video: Mark Steyn on the Lindsay Shepherd case – 6 December 2017

Here is an excellent Mark Steyn video about the Lindsay Shepherd case. For those who are unaware of the Lindsay Shephard case, Lindsay Shepherd was a teaching assistant at Wilfred Laurier University who showed her class an excerpt from an Ontario public TV featuring Jordan Peterson and was hauled before a university tribunal for doing so. This is an important case about academic freedom on university campuses.  We have posted several videos of LIndsay Shepherd discussing her case on The Rubin Report and the Saad Truth. To see that post, click here.

Featured Videos – 29 November 2017

Here are SPPIT.org’s Featured Videos for 29 November 2017:

Nigel Farage Show

Victor Davis Hanson

Andrew Klavan Show

Mark Steyn on Tucker Carlson

President Trump’s Pocohontas comment directed at Elizabeth Warren is in the news today. Here are some videos:

Tucker Carlson

Ben Shapiro Show

Featured Video – Mark Steyn and Nigel Farage versus Simon Schama and Louise Arbour in the Munk Debate – 2016

This video is from 2016 but it is well worth watching if you haven’t seen it before. If you have seen it already it is well worth watching again.

The Munk Debate on the Global Refugee Crisis, held in Toronto in 2016 – Mark Steyn and Nigel Farage versus Louise Arbour and Simon Schama: