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After Obama's decisive re-election in a weak economy, and more states moving forward with marijuana legalization and gay marriage, conservative leaders are left rethinking their positions and messaging strategies on key public policy issues.
Join us on Wednesday, December 5th for a New Media Lunch at the Cato Institute featuring a discussion of the drug war, immigration, and marriage equality, and how new media could help shape a libertarian shift in conservative thinking.
Cupcakes and Lunch from SunDeVich will be provided.
Walter Olson, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Alex Nowrasteh, Immigration Policy Analyst, Cato Institute
Rob Kampia, Executive Director, Marijuana Policy Project
Jason Pye, Editor, United Liberty
Zachary Graves, Cato Institute (Moderator) -
WHEN: 12:00 PM
The Cato Institute
Richard and Sue Ann. Masson Policy Center (Lower Level)
1000 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
"Feds Should Stand Down in States with Legal Marijuana," Cato Podcast with Roger Pilon
"The Republican Problem," by David Boaz
"How Republicans Carried Maryland's Question 6 to Victory: Fresh Evidence," by Walter Olson
"R.I.P. National Greatness Conservatism, 1997-2012," by Gene Healy
"The Libertarian Vote: Swing Voters, Tea Parties, and the Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal Center," by David Boaz, David Kirby, & Emily Ekins (eBook)