When one declares oneself to be a conservative, one is not, unfortunately, thereupon visited by tongues of fire that leave one omniscient. The acceptance of a series of premises is just the beginning. After that, we need constantly to inform ourselves, to analyze and to think through our premises and their ramifications. We need to ponder, in the light of the evidence, the strengths and the weaknesses, the consistencies and the inconsistencies, the glory and the frailty of our position, week in and week out. Otherwise, we will not hold our own in a world where informed dedication, not just dedication, is necessary for survival and growth.

William F. Buckley Jr., Feb 8, 1956, NR

Friday, December 5, 2008

Monday Night Chat - Econ 101

Big news, and a big event here at CC! Monday night at 9:00 EST we will have a moderated panel chat with three panelists discussing an economics topic that touches you personally, and the country as a whole!

I will post some more information later today, as this will be a different format than this week's chat, but I know you are going to enjoy it! There will be an opportunity for you to address your questions both during and after the panel chat. In addition, we will have a panelist with a viewpoint that is not strictly conservative...it will give a wider perspective on economics issues and the panelists participating are intelligent people who give a great deal of thought to their positions.

Join us Monday! Spread the word!

And a side note, we now have a presence on Facebook as well...check the top of the sidebar for the link....It is a little bare right now, but it is w work in progress! Invite your friends there too!

5 comments:

Patrick M said...

Another chat? Sounds good.

BTW, are you going to do MySpace too? I don't have a presence on Facebook.

Robert said...

Get on FB Patrick...it is wayyyy cooler than Myspace

repsac3 said...

Patrick:

While I'm no conservative (& thus unlikely to be joining the FB group anytime soon), I must nevertheless agree wholeheartedly with Robert.

Facebook is WAY cooler than MySpace, and it'd be worth checking it out, at least. (Just stay away from getting involved with too many [read ANY] of those silly add-ons... I have friends & relatives tossing gummy bears, snowballs, & hitting me with pillows CONSTANTLY.)

optin

TRUTH-PAIN said...

facebook is much better... agree. I will be here ...

Patrick M said...

Damn youse. Damn youse all to heckl (sort of in between).

Now I'm going to have to get hooked up on Facebook.