Please join me on October 18 for the "The Future of Conservatism," the third annual conference of the William F. Buckley Jr. Program at Yale. I will be speaking about Buckley's mentorship on a panel alongside Neal B. Freeman and Lawrence Perelman, moderated by Linda Bridges. I am honored to join an afternoon and evening lineup that includes Jonah Goldberg, Michael Barone, Craig Shirley, Professor Robert P. George, Bret Stephens, Roger Kimball, Rich Lowry, Heather Mac Donald, Professor Steven Smith, and Professor E. Donald Elliott. Those interested in attending this free event should contact Lauren Noble (Lauren [at] BuckleyProgram.com).
The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program was founded in 2010 by a group of Yale undergraduates under the guidance of Professor Donald Kagan. The program officially launched in the spring semester of 2011 with a mission is to promote intellectual diversity on Yale's campus. Affiliated with Yale, The Buckley Program is an independent non-profit that relies on the support of individuals in order to operate programs like this every year.