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Past Lectures and Seminars

Coercive and Peaceful Discrimination, Thomas Patrick Burke, President of the Wynnewood Institute, 12/2010

James Madison, Citizenship, and Statesmanship, Colleen Sheehan, Professor of Political Science at Villanova University, 11/2010

Recent Developments in the Dialogue with Islam, Seminar with Leonard Swidler, Professor of Religion at Temple University, 10/2010

The American Right and the Problem of Values,
Paul Gottfried, Horance Raffensperger Professor of Humanities at Elizabethtown College, 9/2010

United States v. State of Arizona, et al.: The Battle over Federal Supremacy and State Rights, Seminar
with William Adair Bonner, Esq., 9/22/2010

Introduction to the First Amendment, Seminar with William Adair Bonner, Esq., 1/2010

Update on the Economy, Seminar with William Dunkelberg, Professor of Economics at Temple University, 11/2009

Public Meeting on Health Care with William Dunkelberg, Professor of Economics at Temple University, and Thomas Patrick Burke, President of the Wynnewood Institute, 10/2009

Myths and Fallacies, Seminar with Patrick Barron, Austrian Economist, 7/2009

Monetary Policy and the Shadow Banking System, Seminar with Ulrich Kortsch, President of Global Partners Investments, Ltd., 4/2009

Recession? Depression? Recovery? Economic Policy and Prospects for Economic Growth, Seminar with William Dunkelberg, Professor of Economics at Temple University, 3/2009

On Money: Returning to the Gold Standard, Seminar with Patrick Barron, Austrian Economist, 12/2008

Economic Consequences of the Election, Seminar with William Dunkelberg, Professor of Economics at Temple University, 11/2008

Scientific Perspective on Global Warming, Seminar with David Legates, Associate Professor in Climatology in the Center for Climatic Research at the University of Delaware, 11/2008

Our Future with China, Seminar with Arthur Waldron, Lauder Professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania, 10/2008

The Current Economic Crisis, Seminar with William Dunkelberg, Professor of Economics at Temple University, 10/2008

Alexis de Tocqueville, Seminar with John Lukacs, Historian, 09/2008

The Just War, Seminar with Thomas Patrick Burke, President of the Wynnewood Institute, 09/2008

The Dialogue Between Christianity and Islam, Seminar with Leonard Swidler, Professor of Religion at Temple University, 06/2008

The "Credit Crunch", Seminar with William Dunkelberg, 03/2008

Senator Joe McCarthy: Blacklisted by History, M. Stanton Evans, Journalist and Historian, 09/2008

Is Social Justice Just?, Thomas Patrick Burke, President of the Wynnewood Institute, 09/2008


How Election 1936 Gave Us Election 2008, Amity Slaes, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, 02/2008

Iraqi Ironies, Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, 05/2007

Globalization, Employment and Outsourcing, Tim Kane, Director of the Center for International Trade and Economics at the Heritage Foundation, 03/2007

The Decline of the Secular University, C. John Sommerville, Professor of History at the University of Florida, 03/2007

Manliness, Harvey C. Mansfield, Professor of Government at Harvard University, 02/2007

Privatizing Education, Neal McCluskey, Policy Analyst at the Cato Institute, 11/2006

Forbidden Grounds: The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws, Richard A. Epstein, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, 10/2006

The Role of Government in a Free Society, Walter E. Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University, 09/2006

The Case for a Flat Tax, Daniel J. Mitchell, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, 05/2006

On Health Care Reform, Robert E. Moffitt, Director of the Center for Health Policies Studies at the Heritage Foundation, 04/2006

Justice New and Old, Thomas Patrick Burke, President of the Wynnewood Institute, 03/2006

Liberalism and Catholicism in the Public Square, Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, 12/2005

Criticismism (sic): Thinking Critically about 'Critical Thinking,' Roger Kimball, Editor of The New Criterion, 09/2005

The Defense of the West: How to Begin, Roger Scruton, Philosopher and Writer, 04/2005