Written by Administrator Friday, 03 January 2014
Rick Eberstadt hosts the third panel of The Right Mind in Richmond, VA. Panelists share their views of the Affordable Care Act and its effect on themselves, members of their field, and their young demographic.
Written by Pietro Sanitante Saturday, 07 September 2013
Pietro Sanitante delivers his presentation during The Right Mind's second meeting in Charlottesville, VA.
Written by Wes Siler Thursday, 18 April 2013
Writing on behalf of the Ancien Régime, French writer and politician François-René de Chateaubriand was the first to identify himself as a “conservative” in a political context. His journal, Le Conservateur, was first published in 1818 and through it Chateaubriand expressed both nostalgia for pre-Revolutionary France and opposition to King Louis XVIII. Despite his counter-revolutionary influence and coinage of the term “conservative,” however, it is not to Chateaubriand that modern scholars look for an intellectual foundation of conservatism. Rather it is to the Irish-born scholar, writer, and politician Edmund Burke that this distinction is bestowed.
Join us as we travel down to Atlanta, Georgia where The Right Mind will be bringing in the New Year in style!
Check out the first meeting of The Right Mind in Washington D.C.!
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