In this video recorded on March 11, 2015 at the Steamboat Institute in Steamboat Springs, Colorado Yaron Brook gives another excellent talk, this time on free speech. He discusses a variety of aspects of this issue: What is it? Why is it so important? How is the government not only failing to protec this right but in many cases actively infringing on it.
The talk is about 70 minutes in total and includes a 30 minute question and answer period, which are always fun in Yaron’s talks. During this Q&A period Yaron states that he views free speech as absolute but contextual, e,g, you cannot go on someone else’s property and say things they don’t like but on your own property no one can stop you from doing so. He also answered questions on net neutrality, why our culture is coming to hate the successful and love failure, and ends with a question on foreign policy in regards to the Middle East.
You can check out a video of one of his pervious appearances at the Steamboat Institute here.