What happens when the cruelly-silenced doyenne of the intellectual dork web, Christina Hoff Sommers, meets up with America's most famous Gay Catholic Tory True Conservative, Andrew Sullivan, on the stage of an elite American university?
Honestly, who really cares?
But if you are in the area and inclined to drop by and ask a provocative question or two, tickets are are available.
Cardinal Conversations May 23 Guest SpeakersChristina Hoff Sommers is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where she studies the politics of gender and feminism, as well as free expression, due process, and the preservation of liberty in the academy. Before joining AEI, Dr. Sommers was a philosophy professor at Clark University.Contributing Editor at New York magazine, blogger, and author Andrew Sullivan is a popular source of provocative, astute political and social commentary. The Washington Post called him “a media pioneer,” and The New York Times said, “Andrew Sullivan might deserve to be remembered as the most influential political writer of his generation.” His New York essay, America Has Never Been so Ripe for Tyranny, is a finalist for a National Magazine Award.From 2000 to 2015, Sullivan chronicled every major political and cultural moment in real time on his blog, The Dish. During the blog’s life at Time, The Atlantic, and independently, he helped to legitimize and advance the medium by publishing 250 to 300 posts a week. In assessing his body of work, New York magazine said, "[T]he archive makes a case for Sullivan’s outsize influence on the politics of the new century."
- Many a socially constructed convention will be daringly pooh-poohed. Others will be boldly defended.
- Many an inferior domestic Chablis will be waved away.
- On whatever issue comes before them, Both Side will be found Guilty!Guilty!Guilty!
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