Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Now They're Just Trolling Me

DFB3

From the Manhattan Institute:
THE LEADING EDGE:
BIG-THINK POLICY IDEAS FOR AMERICA'S FUTURE

What is the future of conservatism? Which ideas should it champion? What policies should it embrace? Since the 2012 election, a number of young, leading-edge journalists, scholars, and authors have been engaged in a rich conversation about these questions. Deeply versed in the nuances of policy, they have offered and debated big-think suggestions and ideas in response to the challenges facing our nation. Please join the Manhattan Institute on March 11, 2014, for a roundtable discussion, moderated by David Brooks of The New York Times.
PANELISTS
Josh Barro, National Correspondent, The New York Times
Yuval Levin, Founding Editor, National Affairs
Megan McArdle, Columnist, Bloomberg View
Avik Roy, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Opinion Editor, Forbes
Reihan Salam, Contributing Editor, National Review
MODERATOR: David Brooks, Columnist, The New York Times
The punchline?
Stay tuned. We are experiencing technical difficulties.
Boy howdy.

9 comments:

Capt. Bat Guano said...

Deeply versed in the nuances of policy,

Rich, these folks are as nuanced as a chainsaw buzzing through the Mona Lisa.

n1ck said...

Our future fascist enablers!

Kathleen said...

"Big Think suggestions"? Like starving children of the poors?

Anonymous said...

I happen to like Josh Barrow. He's not half bad at all and certainly shouldn't be lumped in with the rest of those mental midgets.

bluicebank said...

The slogan of the Manhattan Institute: "Turning intellect into influence."

Step 1. Acquire intellect.

Step 2. Strangle it.

CM said...

Yes. Josh Barro is OK. Avik Roy and Reihan Salam are certifiable sociapaths and liars. The rest I have no idea.

Googled Meghan McArdle and found this wiki entry.

**In 2012, David Brooks called McArdle one of the most influential bloggers on the right**

So she must be a total idiot.

Anonymous said...

Good morning, Mr. Glass.

"What is the future of conservatism? Which ideas should it champion? What policies should it embrace?"

Note: the answer to the first question will completely contradict the answers to the second and third questions.

Enjoy your day.

---Kevin Holsinger

Anonymous said...

Was Dinesh DiSouza unavailable?

Anonymous said...

"Stay tuned. We are experiencing technical difficulties."

Are you sure that's not a verbatim transcript of the entire panel?