Is free speech dead on campus, and is the radical left holding a bloody knife over the corpse?
Not as long as there are young people like my guest, agitating against censorship and advancing free expression on campus against a post secondary culture of safe spaces and the tyranny of feelings.
Last time I checked in with Angelo Isidorou, he was in the middle of a tempest of his own making as his free speech club at the University of British Columbia attempted to host an event with conservative commentator and author, Ben Shapiro.
And the campus cry babies were losing their minds - likening the uncomfortable experience of having Shapiro speak somewhere near them to the horrors of Charlottesville and the murder that took place there.
But in the face of that heavy and hyperbolic opposition, the show went on and everyone lived to cry and complain another day. And Isidorou went on to plan a new event with his next controversial speaker, comedian Owen Benjamin.
Tonight, Isidorou joins me to tell us what it was like to bring Shapiro and Benjamin to speak at UBC, to give us an update on the the state of free speech on campus and to discuss his foray into party politics.