Wednesday, February 07, 2007


My Old Boss

Newt Gingrich is visiting the Big Apple twice this month. Next week, he is going to be in a conversation with Charlie Rose at the 92nd Street Y. Tickets can be purchased here.

Then, at the end of the month, he'll be involved in an interesting dialogue with Mario Cuomo, moderated by Tim Russert. The idea is to commemorate Lincoln's famous Cooper Union speech. Cuomo recently wrote a book on Lincoln, so Newt thought that this would be a good base to have a discussion on issues that goes beyond the usual sound-bite faux debates that occur during election years. Details can be found here.

I'm planning on attending both events, but am especially looking forward to the Cooper Union event.

UPDATE: My friend and former colleague, David Winston, explains the importance of the the Cooper Union exchange.

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