For more information, contact Vicky Ostry (262) 439-9223
The Wisconsin Forum announces 2018-2019 season
The Tradition of Excellence Continues
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – The Wisconsin Forum has a proud history of advancing freedom by speaking on behalf of the principles of liberty. The Board of the Wisconsin Forum is proud to announce that the tradition of excellence continues with our 2017-2018 Season.
Our line-up of nationally-recognized speakers include —
Thursday, September 13, 2018 – Matthew Kibbe
Socialism Kills. So why do so many young people think Socialism is cool?
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 – Richard Thieme
UFO’s: Cover and Deception – Uncovering Government Secrecy Practices
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 – John McAdams
How Academia Became Corrupt
Monday, March 4, 2019 – Dale Kooyenga
An Overview of Wisconsin’s Fiscal Health and Anti-Free Market Laws
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 – Jacob Hornberger
The Case for Open Immigration
“We are delighted to announce this year’s line-up of fantastic speakers,” said Ryan Law, President of The Wisconsin Forum. “Each of our guest speakers bring a wealth of knowledge and experience with them.” Law went on, “They will undoubtedly challenge assumptions. Our speakers will provide our members and guests with expert insight that may or may not change minds and hearts, but will certainly educate and inform them about liberty and freedom. And that’s our goal.”
The Forum’s dinner meetings are held in the Grand Ballroom of The Astor Hotel, located conveniently at 924 East Juneau Avenue, just a few blocks north of downtown Milwaukee. The Astor Hotel received rave reviews for the elegant charm and good service from guests of the Hotel.
Members of the public are invited to attend our dinner meetings as guests for one or more dinners, or they may save a few dollars per event and join us as season-long members of The Wisconsin Forum. Attendees will hear articulate speakers who visit Milwaukee to discuss economic, moral and philosophical principles, which have as their basis the concept of individual freedom and responsibility.
For more information about The Wisconsin Forum and our 2017-2018 Season, visit our website: www.wisconsinforum.org. You can also email email@example.com, or call Vicky at (262) 439-9223. Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook.