In October, Wesleyan University's student government voted to cut funding for the campus newspaper because it had published an opinion piece questioning the tactics of the "Black Lives Matter" movement. In late August, five presidential aspirants, both Democrat and Republican, had their stump speeches disrupted by organized dissent. Some protesters interrupted to demand citizenship for the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally. Others chanted, "Black Lives Matter," to protest the seemingly indiscriminate killing of black males by law enforcement. Jamie Hall, spokesperson for the group Unity Vegas that assaulted Jeb Bush's talk, said, "Sometimes you have to kick in the door by interrupting. Then it opens new opportunities and conversations." I understand that, but her opportunity and conversation were at the expense of someone else's, and that's not how we are meant to behave in a civil society.