Tuesday
Apr122011

R: Let the Nuclear Family Meltdown

JOINT DEBATE CAUCUS WITH THE PARTY OF THE LEFT

Wednesday, April 6th at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Common Room

 

The Party of the Left and the Federalist Party meet to jointly debate the state of America's families. When did the nuclear family develop? Is it already on the decline? What values do they naturally instill in American culture? Is this the healthiest configuration for American children? What of the extended family? Some questions that the Left will surely be addressing: Is the nuclear family oppressive? If we allow it to decline, is this a good or bad thing for "pluralism"? All are welcome!

Tuesday
Apr122011

R: Freedom is Slavery

Thursday, March 31st at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Parlor

 

Does Lady Liberty lead mean astray? Please join the Federalist Party as we debate what it means to be free. Are we enslaved to morality? Should we be? Are we more free when enslaved by first principles? Is freedom even possible? All are welcome.

Tuesday
Apr122011

R: Drill Baby Drill

Thursday, March 24th at 7:30 pm in the Calhoun Parlor

 

Join us as we take on energy issues, conservation, and environmental concerns. How should our country treat our oil reserves? Is this the best time to dip into them? What is on the horizon of energy technology? What is a conservative's duty to conserve nature? Would we be regressing to the early 20th century progressive desire to subjugate nature if we drill in ANWR?

Tuesday
Apr122011

R: This House Prefers Unions to Fat Cats

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

 

Join us to take on the recent battles over Unions nationwide. Have Unions gotten out of control? Who are the fat cats these days? Which benefits our country more? Yorkside, drinks, and speeches on the history and future of Unions will make for a jovial evening. See you there!

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.