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Wednesday, December 01, 2004


December 1, 2004, 7:00 PM: Townhall.com Meetup at Manhattan Lounge, 1720 2nd Ave bet 89th & 90th. All meetup.com events are free.

December 2, 2004, 8:00 am - 8:30 am Networking Breakfast, 8:30 am - 9:30 am Program POST-ELECTION OUTLOOK FOR WASHINGTON: THE NEW CONGRESS. Hear first-hand what the future holds for the new Congress from three of the most important members of New York's delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressman Joseph Crowley , Seventh District of New York, Congressman Vito Fossella, Thirteenth District of New York, Congressman Gregory Meeks, Sixth District of New York. Cost To Attend: Individual tickets $45 if prepaid by November 30(Amex, Visa, and MC only); $50 thereafter. Tables of ten available for $450 if prepaid by November 30; $500 thereafter. To register, visit newyorkbusiness.com and click on "Events".

December 2nd, 2004, 4:45 pm: College Republicans at NYU welcome David Crystal to discuss his new book, "Clinton Versus Israel: How the Clinton State Department Instigated Anti-Israel Bias in the Media." Mr. Crystal, a cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and President of 3rd Channel, an e-commerce solutions company, and who has written for The Daily Pennsylvanian and Sound Politicks, exposes in his new book the truth about the anti-Israel policies of the Clinton administration. Long perceived as supportive of Israel, President Clinton's administration is here shown to have inspired anti-Israel bias in popular media. In the NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South (off LaGuardia Place), Room 914

December 2, 2004, 6:30pm: Met Club Annual Holiday Party. Deluxe refreshments. $60 at the door.

December 2, 2004, 7:00pm: The New York Young Republican Club (the state-affiliated one) will host a Holiday Party at the Women's National Republican Club, 3 West 51st Street, just off 5th Avenue. The only requirements are a $5 cover, and to wear anything red (to honor the Red States for keeping our man in the White House).

December 2, 2004, 7:00 pm: Junto meeting. Speaker: Lawrence Kudlow, on "What's Ahead for 2005?: A Post-Election Look at the Economy and the Stock Market." NEW LOCATION: The New York Helmsley Hotel 212 East 42nd Street, just east of Third Ave. No RSVP needed. Free. (Thanks to Toni for this listing)

December 3, 2004, 7:00pm: The New York City and Hudson Valley Log Cabin Republicans Cordially Invite you to a Holiday Celebration at the Metropolitan Republican Club, 122 E. 83 St. Open Bar. Business Attire.Donations are welcomed. Please RSVP: info@nyc.logcabin.org

December 6, 2004, Noon-2pm: Spirit of America, a really great organization whose mission is to 'to extend the goodwill of the American people to assist those advancing freedom and peace abroad' through various projects will be hosting Iraqi bloggers and Marines that have been involved in their projects in three cities. The theme of the events is "Grass roots America, Grass roots Iraq - the Untold Story." We can promise you'll gain a rare, ground-level "real world" perspective on Iraq. Food and beverages will be served. At New York's Hotel Pennsylvania, 401 Seventh Avenue (at 33rd St.),18th floor.

December 7, 2004, 8:00pm: The New Criterion's Tuesdays at Fitz have been cancelled.

December 8, 2004, 6:00pm: Herbert I. London and the Editors of The New Criterion invite you to celebrate the publication of Lengthened Shadows: America and Its Institutions in the Twenty-first Century. Edited by Roger Kimball & Hilton Kramer (Encounter Books, 2004). Cocktail reception, with remarks by Herbert I. London, Peter Collier, and Roger Kimball. Lipton Hall, New York University Law School, 108 West Third Street. RSVP to Dawn Steeves. Email: steeves@newcriterion.com or Phone: 212.247.6980

December 8, 2004, 7:00pm: THIS MEETUP IS CANCELLED. THE CLUB FOR GROWTH MEETUP WILL BEGIN IN JANUARY. FOLLOW THE LINK TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES. Club for Growth Meetup. This is a brand new meetup that will be slightly different than all the rest. This December meetup will mostly be social but starting in January, the Club for Growth will actually give us things to do to help foster smaller government in our city, state and country. Come on the 8th and we'll discuss some ways to affect our politicians who run on smaller government but expand its size as soon as they are in a position to do so. I'm very excited about this new meetup. I think it's just what NY needs.THIS MEETUP IS CANCELLED. THE CLUB FOR GROWTH MEETUP WILL BEGIN IN JANUARY. FOLLOW THE LINK TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES.

December 9, 2004, 7:30pm: The New York Young Republican Club (the independent one) will feature Dick Morris. At the Soldiers', Sailors', Marines', and Airmen's Club, 2nd Floor, 283 Lexington Avenue, NYC, btwn 36th and 37th Streets. Free for members; $5 for nonmembers; $2 for full-time students.

December 10, 2004, 11:00am-2:00pm: Cato Institute seminar luncheon in cooperation with the Donald and Paula Smith Family Foundation featuring Christopher Hitchens, author and columnist for Vanity Fair, and Judge Andrew Napolitano, senior judicial analyst for Fox News Channel. Christopher Hitchens will explain why we should all be concerned with Mayor Bloomberg’s “nanny state” approach to governance. Raymond Keating, chief economist of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council and a columnist for Newsday, will discuss the topic of his recently published Cato Policy Analysis, Budget Reforms to Solve New York City's High-Tax Crisis. And, at lunch, we’ll hear from Andrew Napolitano on the subject of his new book Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks Its Own Laws. The registration fee is $75 per person and $525 for a table of eight. As a convenience you can register online at http://www.cato.org/events/041210cs.html. Program listed below. For further information please contact Lesley Albanese at 202-789-5223 or lalbanese@cato.org

December 10, 2004 and December 11, 2004, 8:00pm: The NY Post's Robert George will perform in an Improv show. The location is Stonestreet Studios, 48 w. 21st Street, 8th Floor. A moderate $15 cover will expose you to one of the finest improvisation troupes in the city -- AND free beer.

December 13, 2004, 6:30pm: Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, NYU Law Students for Human Rights, the Darfur Rehabilitation Project and the American Anti-Slavery Group's New York Chapter will hold a Candlelight Vigil to Protest the Ongoing Genocide in Darfur in Washington Square Park, NYC (Fountain Plaza). More information here: http://www.iabolish.com/nycvigil/.

December 14, 2004, 7:00pm: Bush in 2004 Meetup at Manhattan Lounge, 1720 2nd Ave bet 89th & 90th. All meetup.com events are free. I don't know how much longer Bush meetups will continue as the purpose of Bush's re-election has been achieved. This might be a good topic of discussion for the upcoming meetup.

December 14, 2004, 8:00pm: The New Criterion's Tuesdays at Fitz have been cancelled.

December 14, 2004, 7:00pm: BROWNSTONE REPUBLICAN CLUB PRESENTS Our Fourth Annual Holiday Party! Unlimited Gourmet Pizzas, Wine & Beer at Palmira’s Ristorante, 41 Clark St. at Hicks St., Brooklyn Heights. Donation $15.00 Come celebrate a year of historic Republican victories!

December 15, 2004, 6:30pm (prompt): The Donald & Paula Smith Family Foundation Present a debate. Schools + Money = Smarter Students: Obvious arithmetic or an education fairy tale? Featuring Michael A. Rebell, Executive Director, Campaign for Fiscal Equity. Eric Hanushek, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institute at Stanford University. Moderator Harvey Shapiro, Senior Contributing Editor, Institutional Investor. New York State's funding of public schools was ruled unconstitutionally inequitable early this year. The ruling caused paralysis in Albany. The legislature and Governor failed to meet the court's deadline to come up with a solution. Now there is tremendous uncertainty for school districts across the state and a solution is back in the court's hands. New York's situation is not unique. It is following the path of New Jersey and more than a dozen other states. While the failures of urban education are well known, the nature of the solution is open to debate. Free and open to the public - Reception to follow. PLEASE RSVP ON THE SMITH FAMILY FOUNDATION WEBSITE. The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, (Corner of 34th Street & 5th Avenue).

December 18, 2004, The NY State Young Republicans will hold their annual holiday dinner. Details TBA.

December 21, 2004, 8:00pm: The New Criterion's Tuesdays at Fitz have been cancelled.

Dec 23, 2004, 7:00pm: Republican Party Meetup at Typhoon, 22 East 54th St between 5th Ave & Madison Ave on the 2nd floor.

December 29, 2004, 7:30pm: The New York Young Republican Club (the independent one) Holiday Party. Katwalk
2 West 35th Street @ Fifth Ave, Second Floor. $10 for Members, $20 for Non-Members. Rsvp to info@nycyr.org Come to THE republican NYC holiday bash of 2004 and celebrate the holidays with fellow members of the vast-right-wing conspiracy! We will have light cocktail food, a cash bar and some of the best people in New York (we can celebrate W's victory without looking over our shoulder!). Please RSVP to info@nycyr.org (with HOLIDAY PARTY in the subject) with your FULL name and the names of any guests who will be joining you. Non-Members who wish to join can do so by credit card on the website at www.nycyr.org or at the door. Annual dues are $35. Anyone joining with cash at the door will receive a one-year membership plus admission to the party for $40 and your membership will be good through December 2005.


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