Money, Politics, and Policymaking

I will be taking part in a discussion of money, politics, and policymaking on April 8, 2015, at 7:30pm at Beth Sholom Congregation, 8231 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027.

Craig Holman of Public Citizen will also set out his views on this topic. The event will be moderated by Chris Satullo, Vice President, WHYY, and Co-founder/co-director, of the Penn Project for Civic Engagement.

The Bernard Wolfman Civil Discourse Project is sponsoring this event. You can register for the event and find out more about this worthy institution at You might also register by calling 215.887.1342.

Craig and I will disagree about much on April 8, but we won’t be disagreeable, and I hope we say something you might not have heard about money and politics. I’m looking forward to participating, and I would love to see Cato folks there, whether you agree with me or not.