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by Mary Moore
Bohemian Grove organizer

LAKESIDE TALKS
July, 2003

Compared to past years when such dignitaries as Supreme Court Justice ANTONIN SCALIA spoke on CHURCH, STATE & THE CONSTITUTION (1997) or the scary REARMING AMERICA by then Secretary of Defense CASPER WEINBERGER (1981), this years LAKESIDE TALKS were relatively low key. Maybe that's because so much of the ruling class agenda is now outfront for all to see if only they will look. Still, there were some interesting topics shared that would be of interest to the shut out public. *

Saturday, July 12 12:30 PM: "AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM"--Chris Mathews, Bohemian Member & Television Journalist

Saturday, July 12 6:30 PM: CREMATION OF CARE CEREMONY--124th year

Monday, July 14 12:30 PM: "VOUCHER WARS"--Clint Bolick Vice President of the Institute for Justice--Arizona Chapter

 Tuesday, July 15 12:30 PM: " BE CREATIVE OR DIE: WHAT PEOPLE, COMPANIES & CITIES MUST DO TO FLOURISH"Richard Florida-Economics Prof.Carnegie Mellon

 Wednesday, July 16 12:30 PM: "WAR IN A CLASSICAL CONTEXT" Victor Davis Hanson, California State University, Fresno

 Thursday, July 17 12:30 PM:"ART VERSUS SCIENCE; INTUITION VERSUS INTELLECT CREATIVITY & THE ORDERLY ENTERPRISE" Robert Lutz, V.P. General Motors Corp.

 Friday, July 18 12:30 PM:"THE VIEW FROM THE TABLE-& OTHER CONVERSATIONS" Charlie Rose, Television Journalist (so much for liberals!!)

 Saturday, July 19 4:30 PM: "A CHANGED WORLD" George P. Shultz, formerly of Becktel, Secretary of State under Reagan & current Hoover Institute Fellow

 Sunday, July 20 12:30 PM:"CLIMATE FORECAST-CONTINUED WARMING BUT WITH A BIG CHILL" Bob Gagosian, President, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

 Sunday, July 20 3:30 PM: "AT WAR-DRAMATIC READINGS OF STORIES FROM THE FRONT LINES BY AMBROSE BIERCE"

 Monday, July 21 12:30 PM: "THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT'S IMPACT ON OUR COUNTRY'S FOUNDING" Robert Galvin, Ret. Chairman & CEO of Motorola Corp.

Wednesday, July 23 10:30 AM: "9/11 DID THE TERRORISTS EXPECT THE WORLD TRADE TOWERS TO FALL?" Ian Mackinlay, Bohemian member & Architect

 Thursday, July 24 12:30 PM: "AMERICAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS-IS THE HONEYMOON OVER?" Michael McFaul, Political Science Prof. Stanford Unv.

Friday, July 25 12:30 PM: "TITLE TO BE ANNOUNCED" William Safire--Columnist

Saturday, July 26 10:30 AM: "THE QUEST FOR IMMORTALITY" Joseph Weiss M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, Unv. of California, San Diego

Saturday, July 26 12:30 PM: "TERMINAL THOUGHTS" William F. Buckley Jr., Bohemian member and Author (and long time elitist thinker)

 In addition to the LAKESIDE TALKS the Bohemians were treated to the LOW JINX play on Saturday, July 19 called "A PONY'S TALE" In their own words:

 "All of the thrills and excitement of the Sport of Kings--the Monte Rio derby--an adventure of horse racing at its very best. There'll be all of those usual corporate activities--gambling, swindling, cheating and grand theft".........

 *All of the above information was taken from the official BOHEMIAN GROVE MIDSUMMER ENCAMPMENT PROGRAM OF EVENTS 2003

 FOR MORE INFORMATION:

write: Bohemian Grove Action Network P.O. Bx. 295, Occidental, CA. 95465

call: 707 874 2248

view: www.sonomacountyfreepress.com 

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