Saturday, February 7, 2004
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For Chicago readers only
The Chicago chapter of the Nathan Hale Foreign Policy Society -- devoted to discussing foreign policy topics in, "as bipartisan, idealistic, and nuanced fashion as possible," will be meeting a 7:00 PM Sunday evening at Cosi. The address is 116 S. Michigan Avenue. That's roughly across the street from the lovely Art Institute of Chicago. Make a day of it!!
This first meeting of the Chicago chapter will be led by Will Baude. The topic is Homeland Security:
posted by Dan on 02.07.04 at 11:33 PM
On the topic of a Chicago chapter to discuss "policy topics in, 'as bipartisan, idealistic, and nuanced fashion as possible,'" Chicago e-Democracy is in the process of starting a forum to discuss Chicago politics and policy. We hope to go live in February once we get about 100 people signed up. Drop me an e-mail for more info.
Sorry Dan, and everyone, for the infomercial, but the Nathan Hale announce seemed like a sign to spread the word for Chicago e-Democracy - Dan, I would love to see you sign up, of course; this goes for all Chicagoans saavy enough to frequent this blog.
On the NHFPS, I would love to come but have to write a paper for tomorrow and can't make the time on such short notice.
Chao, jon.kposted by: jon.k on 02.07.04 at 11:33 PM [permalink]
And, yes, that would be "savvy" - oops.posted by: jon. k on 02.07.04 at 11:33 PM [permalink]
Do you still support W? Because I don't. I'm interested in your take on W's turn from apparent Reaganite into Dick Nixon, The Sequel.
A concerned Reaganite Republicanposted by: Jane on 02.07.04 at 11:33 PM [permalink]
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