Conservatism 101: Past, Present and Future — Save the Date 16 November

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I have never let my schooling interfere with my education, Mark Twain (1835 – 1910)

Mark Twain would have appreciated the movie Indoctinate U. And he would have recommended, I’ll bet, Conservatism 101 — where real learning will take place.

Our good friends at The Harbour League cordially invite you to attend Conservatism 101: Past, Present, and Future

Your Business Blogger will be attending and exhibiting and will bring at least one of the Penta-Posse along for much needed continuing education (for the both of us…).

An education few receive in the public schools.

From THL site,

A THL daylong seminar featuring some of today’s most prominent conservative thinkers and public policy experts.

Find out all there is to know regarding the Conservative Movement — its history, successes, failures, challenges, and prospects. If you consider yourself a conservative, you will not want to miss this timely seminar.

Eli Gold, who runs THL has an All-Star line up:

George H. Nash – President, The Philadelphia Society, Senior Fellow, Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal

David A. Keene – President, American Conservative Union

Panel Discussion – George Nash, David A. Keene, Charles Dunn, Mark Hyman

Moderator – Ramesh Ponnuru – Senior Editor, National Review

Mark Hyman – Host, “The Point with Mark Hyman”

Charles W. Dunn – Dean, Regent University’s Robertson School of Government

More info at the jump.

Helen Keller (1880 – 1968) once said, College isn’t the place to go for ideas. The Harbour League is.


9:30am – Introductory Remarks

Eli M. Gold – Chairman, The Harbour League

10:00am – Conservatism Past

George H. Nash – President, The Philadelphia Society, Senior Fellow,

Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal

11:15am – Conservatism Present

David A. Keene – President, American Conservative Union

12:30pm – Lunch, Panel

Panel Discussion – George Nash, David A. Keene, Charles Dunn

Mark Hyman

Moderator – Ramesh Ponnuru – Senior Editor, National Review

2:15pm – Challenges: Why and How the Media Misrepresents the

Conservative Viewpoint

Mark Hyman – Host, “The Point with Mark Hyman”

3:30pm – Conservatism Future

Charles W. Dunn – Dean, Regent University’s Robertson School of Government

4:30pm – Closing Remarks and Reception, Author Meet & Greet

Friday, November 16, 2007, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Lunch included.

Radisson Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, with a reception following.

Tickets: $100, Sponsorships are available.

Space is limited. Reserve your seat today!

For more information or to RSVP call 410-753-4560 or email

info@TheHarbourLeague.org.

Founded in 2005, The Harbour League is a non-partisan research and

educational institute whose mission is to research, analyze and promote

conservative public policies related to Maryland and the nation. The Harbour

League holds dear an appreciation for entrepreneurship, the free market

system.

The Harbour League, inc.

2800 Quarry Lake Drive, Suite 140 • Baltimore, MD 21209

(410) 206-3445 • Fax: (410) 415-0800

E-mail: info@TheHarbourLeague.org

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