Ramesh Ponnuru from National Review Speaks at the Harbour League



Ramesh Ponnuru

credit: Charmaine Yoest The Harbour League, based near Baltimore, Maryland, Presents:

The Party of Death


Ramesh Ponnuru

Ramesh Ponnuru is senior editor for National Review and has covered politics as a reporter for more than a decade. He has been a fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London and a media fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution

His articles have appeared in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, the Washington Times, the Weekly Standard, and Financial Times.

He is also a frequent guest on television including appearances on FOX’s The Big Story with John Gibson, CNN’s Inside Politics, MSNBC’s Scarborough Country, CSPAN’s Washington Journal and HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher.

Ramesh Ponnuru is a graduate of Princeton University and lives in Washington, DC.

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

7:00pm — 8:00pm (Reception to follow)

Doors open at 6:30pm

The Cloisters

10440 Falls Road

Lutherville, Maryland


There is no charge for this event; however, RSVP is a must. Seating is limited and Harbour League members have priority seating.

RSVP for this Event here.


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Thank you (foot)notes:

Press Release at the jump.


May 1, 2006 410-206-3445 egold@TheHarbourLeague.org


National Review Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru warns Red State America that the 2006 elections could elect the “Party of Death”

Pikesville, MD — The Harbour League, an informal gathering of liberty-minded professionals, activists and others who share right-of-center politics and conversation, will host a lecture by Ramesh Ponnuru on the topic “Party of Death”. The lecture will be held on May 24th, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at The Cloisters (10440 Falls Road) in Lutherville, Maryland, and is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, to RSVP please visit www.TheHarbourLeague.org or call The Harbour League office at 410-206-3445.

Mr. Ponnuru will discuss his new book The Party of Death. The Democratic Party used to try to protect the weak. But too many of today’s Democrats have become part of a ‘party of deat’’,” charges National Review Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru in a revealing new book. The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life exposes how an influential minority is employing the media, the courts, politicians, and doctors in their plan to destroy any “inconvenient” human life, from the unborn to the elderly and the disabled.

“Few Americans realize how extreme the Democrats have become on abortion, supporting it for all nine months and lying about it. They have become allies of people who support euthanasia, embryo destruction, and even infanticide,” says Ponnuru.

While these same liberal Democrats demand the protection of the rights of criminals, terrorists, animals, and even the trees in the rain forest, they have simultaneously created a subgroup of “human unpersons” with no rights whatsoever. In The Party of Death, Ponnuru reveals just how extreme the party has become and why their agenda must be exposed — and stopped — if there is any hope of saving our future.

The Party of Death reveals:

How Hillary Clinton could use the abortion issue to become president

Why the U.S. abortion laws are more extreme than the most progressive European countries

How bioethicists are encouraging organ harvest prior to a donor’s death

Ramesh Ponnuru is senior editor at National Review and has covered politics for more than a decade. His articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, and the Weekly Standard.

The Harbour League is an informal gathering of liberty-minded professionals, activists and others who share right-of-center politics and conversation. It is a place where like-minded people can learn and have conversation free from their left-of-center surroundings, while building their social network.

At the Harbour League we understand what James Madison intended when he acknowledged the need for a central government. Through speakers, roundtables and other events throughout the year, we intend to explore the political thoughts of the best minds of political philosophy including Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton and Burke as well as provocative contemporary political philosophers.


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