Friday
Feb182011

R: This House Prefers Washington to New York

Friday, February 18th at 7:30 pm in the Saybrook Athenaeum Room

 

Please join us for our First Alumni Banquet Debate. We will bring to the floor speeches on the ethos, history, symbols, architecture, economies, and lifestyles of the two greatest capitals: the Capital of the World and the Capital of the American Empire. All are welcome.

Monday
Feb072011

R: ABANDON DIDO

Thursday, February 10th at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Parlor

 

Please join us for this referendum on love, loss, and destiny. Must we build the Roman Empire? Or may we retire to pre-lapsarian homes of love and anonymity. Should we ever put career before relationship? Come to defend love, come to defend destiny, come to defend Dido!

Tuesday
Feb012011

R: Football is the Greatest American Sport

Thursday, February 3rd at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Parlor

 

Super Bowl weekend approaches, and the Federalist Party party is eager to join the rest of America in our modern day gladiatorial fights... or are we? Is this the sport that best captures the American spirit? Should we be tuning into a baseball or basketball game instead? What does football represent about our culture? And for that matter does America even have a culture? All our welcome to join us for what promises to be a jovial debate.

Sunday
Jan232011

R: Desert the Middle East

Thursday, January 27th at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Parlor

 

This week the Federalist Party will be taking on foreign policy, both the theoretical principles of global involvement, and the specifics issues of culture clash and alliance politics in the Middle East. Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating debate.

Sunday
Jan232011

Mr. Goeglein Speaks to the Federalists

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute and The Federalist Party co-hosted Timothy Goeglein on Friday afternoon, January 21st, for a lecture on "Faith, Public Life, and Conservatism: Life Inside the Beltway." Mr. Goeglein was former Special Assistant to George W. Bush and Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison from 2001-2008. He is now a spokesperson for Focus on the Family. Mr. Goeglein has worked closely with the major figures in the conservative movement for the past quarter century. His experience gave him a a keen knowledge of the intellectual movements within the American Conservative movement. It was a pleasure to hear his thoughts.