Romans Americans, Countrymen: Presidential Assassination Chic Is Not Cool
Legal Insurrection: Closing the Curtain on 'Presidential Assassination Theater'
DRUDGE REPORT: Sunday In The Park With Trump
Actually, the 'Honorable Men' of the left better be careful about what they wish for...
Twitchy: James Woods: Let the left rot...
Don Surber: Comey Brutus? No.
EBL: Donald Trump: Beware the Ides of March and Charlton Heston's Mark Antony Speech in Julius Caesar, Kathy Griffin: Denounced by the Right, Abandoned by the Left
Instapundit: The Remodern Review: This is not about disrupting a play, this is about pointing out the Orwellian distortion of Shakespeare and posturing, Popehat: Free Speech, the Goose, and the Gander, It was not about Shakespeare that night, Storming the Stage? Dumb? Sure, but as Ace advised, now the left can have its hair pulled, Peddling Hate and One of these is not like the other
Legal Insurrection: Violence at Evergreen and To Disrupt the Left, or Not to Disrupt the Left, That is the question...
Gateway Pundit: Protesters yell: "Goebbels would be proud, you're a Nazi crowd."
Lem's Place: The Right Strikes Back
Reason: Is Trump Julius Caesar?
FC: The New York Times will continue to fund, claims this is a free speech issue. BS.This is not a free speech issue--of course the organizers can do a play like this. No one is seeking to use government to ban it. That is a red herring. The question here is whether a play depicting the assassination of a sitting President is appropriate. Here's a thought experiment: If this play was done when Barack Obama was president, would these same people defend his fictional assassination as a matter of 'free speech' or 'artistic freedom'? I think not.
Hot Air: Apparently there was a Barack Obama Julius Caesar in 2012. I concur with the Hot Air piece, while I do not mind adaptations of Shakespeare's works in different settings (isn't Kiss Me Kate the Taming of the Shrew, you have to be careful not to ruin what you are portraying.