Tonight I’m speaking at the Cornell Club in New York City, similar to my talk last year arguing that “the Tea Party movement has been among the most influential and most positive forces in American politics in a generation.”
The lecture this time is on a somewhat less controversial topic:
In this presentation, William Jacobson, Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, will make the case against Obama’s reelection.
By the time you read this, the lecture will be mostly over, so no need to jump in a taxi and head over. And anyway, you know what I’m going to say.
But don’t get any ideas in your heads about having an open house party while I’m away.
Bryan is watching the blog tonight, and he’s itching to ban someone, anyone. Just so he can say he did.