Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

Colloquium Today

David Hackett Fischer, author of Washington’s Crossing, Paul Revere’s Ride and Albion Seed, will be at the Ashbrook Center today at 3:00pm discussing his newest book, Liberty and Freedom.

You can listen in live starting a little before 3:00pm by clicking here.

Discussions - 4 Comments

Gee whiz, and I thought this election was supposed to be "close."

Yet entirely three hours after the bin Laden bombshell, this blog is still silent... just days before the election! One might interpet this silence to overconfidence on the part of the No Left Turns crowd, in the light that, according to the polls, Bush could very well lose this election to the most audaciously left-wing presidential candidate since the one that faced Mr. Ashbrook in 1972. I am as baffled by this silence as I am baffled that Brit Hume opted to take his usual Friday Sabbatical, on this Friday before an election that Victor Davis Hanson recently found America at the "crossroads in our history."

Colloquium are one thing, truly important historical moments lost are entirely something else. I am somewhat disappointed in No Left Turns. In the meantime, I do hope you al enjoyed you colloquy, gentlemen, as much as Brit Hume enjoyed his day off. :)

Believe it or not, Marc, we have real jobs. No one pays us to blog.

Please excuse my pre-election jitters... and rant, so to speak. :)

It’s okay. I believe that Bush is going to win Tuesday, but I must confess to a case of the jitters as well. By this point, though, we bloggers aren’t likely to make a heck of a lot of difference in the race. Right now it’s in the hands of the voters, and God.

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