Paul Ogden and I co-host "Civil Discourse Now" and film on Saturdays, usually at 1 p.m., at Big Hat Books, 6510 Cornell in Broad Ripple. If you turn east onto 65th Street off of College, Cornell is the street immediately before the Monon Trail. Big Hat Books is the second building north of 65th on the left (west) side of Cornell. This week we shall discuss local campaign issues with candidates for City-County Council.
On October 22 we shall discuss the legalization of all drugs. On October 29 and November 5 we shall focus on local elections.
On November 12, the show will be shot at Broad Ripple Tavern at 11:30 a.m. Carlos May, a Republican who ran for Congress in 2010 and a Wabash College graduate will discuss with me the (whatever possible) benefits (there might be) of a single-gender, post-secondary institution of higher education. The show that day precedes the Monon Bell Game. It is my understanding there will be beer specials. Our discussion will be finished in time for kickoff shortly after 1 p.m. The game will be televised at BRT.
In case I had not mentioned, I graduated from DePauw.
Paul will moderate the discussion. All (21 years of age or older) are welcome.