Goldwater Institute Speaker Series:
William F. Buckley Jr. and his son Christopher Buckley joined the Goldwater Institute for their first-ever joint stage appearance to consider the future of American conservatism. Presented as a mock episode of Firing Line, the program was broadcast on C-SPAN on Saturday, December 25. Visit the C-SPAN website to watch the program online.
To request a DVD of the event, contact Kristin Dorn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 462-5000 x 223.
William F. Buckley Jr. is founder and former editor at large of America's leading conservative publication, National Review. An outspoken champion of conservative ideals, Buckley's numerous honors include the 1991 Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Regarded as "Washington's preeminent satirist," Christopher Buckley has authored over 50 New Yorker magazine essays and 11 novels, including best-selling Thank You for Smoking.