Deroy Murdock: Three Cheers for the 1 Percent!
That's the title of Deroy Murdock's presentation. Intrigued? You should be. Murdock will refute the Left's relentless, increasingly violent class-war rhetoric and explain how affluent Americans pay more than their fair share of taxes; create jobs, careers, and wealth for others, and contribute heroically to charity. Rather than demonize rich people, America must create more of them.
Join your friends in liberty at The Heartland Institute's library at One South Wacker Drive in Chicago for lunch and a talk with this provocative nationally syndicated columnist.
About the speaker:
Deroy Murdock is a contributing editor to with National Review Online, a Senior Fellow with the Atlas Economic Research Foundation in Washington, D.C., and a Media Fellow with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University. Murdock is a nationally syndicated columnist with the Scripps Howard News Service. His column, “This Opinion Just In…,” frequently appears in the New York Post, Washington Times, and Orange County Register, among some 400 U.S. newspapers he reaches weekly.
Murdock is a Fox News Contributor. He was a founding staff commentator on MSNBC, and has appeared on ABC’s Nightline and Politically Incorrect, CNBC, CNN, C-Span, and NBC Nightly News, among other TV and radio programs.
Murdock was named the runner-up “Worst Person in the World” on MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann after writing an article titled “Three Cheers for Waterboarding,” in which he called waterboarding “something of which every American should be proud.” For writing “Lefty, It’s Cold Outside” – an op-ed he penned on Democrats, liberals, and socialists who oppose the theory of so-called “global warming” — Murdock was dubbed “Muckracker of the Day” on the February 2, 2009, edition of MSNBC’s 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with David Shuster.
In conjunction with the Manhattan Institute, Murdock collaborated with former New York congressman Herman Badillo on One Nation: One Standard (Sentinel, 2006). He has contributed to Standing Athwart History 24/7: One Year in the Life of National Review Online, 2007 Edition (National Review Books, 2008), Economic Strategy and National Security (Westview Press/Council on Foreign Relations, 2000), The Race Card: White Guilt, Black Resentment and the Assault on Truth and Justice (Forum, 1997), Black and Right: The Bold New Voice of Black Conservatives in America (Praeger, 1997) and The Third Generation: Young Conservatives Look to the Future (Regnery-Gateway, 1987).
Watch his presentation at The Heartland Institute library below.