The truth matters: A response to a former officer’s attempt to disgrace Whig Clio

Terrell Seabrooks, former Vice President of Princeton Whig Clio Governing Council
Daily Princetonian

Summary: This article is a detailed rebuttal of a January 4 article in the National Review, which PFS had previously posted, in which Princeton sophomore Adam Hoffman, a member of Princeton's Whig-Cliosophic Society, writes that the Society had "blocked" invitations to speak for George Will and U.S. Federal Court of Appeals Judge Neomi Rao because they were too controversial.  Mr. Seabrooks, a former Vice President of the Society, says that Mr. Hoffman's characterizations of both the process followed and the result are highly misleading and points to a number of conservative speakers the Society has hosted.