Liberty versus Security
What is the right post-9/11 balance in America?
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Recent revelations about the size and scope of National Security Agency surveillance programs have reignited a long-standing debate regarding the proper balance between individual liberty and national security demands.
Nearly twelve years after the attacks of 9/11, with conventional U.S. wars winding down overseas but threats to security ever-present and emerging, what is the proper balance in America?
Has America sacrificed too much liberty and privacy for the sake of security?
Or are calls for curbed surveillance naïve in a dangerous world? Specifically, where has current surveillance policy gone too far? And where might we need to expand further?
In conjunction with the Manhattan Institute and the Weekly Standard, CVA is proud to feature:
Remarks and discussion from:
Host of 'Stossel' on Fox News Channel
Congressman Peter King
U.S Representative from New York's 2nd District
Editor, The Weekly Standard
With panel discussion from:
- Judy Miller -
Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute
- Gary Berntsen -
Former CIA officer and CVA Regional Director
EVENT: Liberty versus Security
DATE : Wednesday, August 7, 2013
TIME: 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. ET (registration begins at 8:00am)
LOCATION: The Harvard Club, 35 West 44th Street, New York, NY
*Registration is FREE and breakfast will be served*
This event is the third in a 5-part Defend & Reform Breakfast Series that will highlight ways veterans -- and all Americans -- can contribute to 'defending freedom by advancing reform.'
When & Where
The Weekly Standard
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