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McEwen to present seminars in Wichita

Former U.S. Congressman Bob McEwen will be in Wichita next week to present two seminars. McEwen, an advocate for pro-family interests and free-market economics, is sponsored by the Senator Dick Kelsey for Congresscampaign.

The two seminars McEwen will present are titled “Renewing American Leadership” and “Enhancing Local Economic Development”

These events are on Tuesday, December 8, 2009, at the Holiday Inn at
549 South Rock Road in Wichita.

The “Renewing American Leadership” seminar is from 7:30 am to 10:15 am, and includes a breakfast. The cost is $30.

“Enhancing Local Economic Development” is from 9:00 to 10:15 and costs $10.

McEwen was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Ohio for six terms. Currently he is the Chairman of Renewing American Leadership, “an organization recently launched by Newt Gingrich that is devoted to bringing conservative evangelicals and Catholics into the political process and to strengthening the alliance between economic and religious conservatives.”

The local economic development seminar will feature McEwen discussing how to sustain growth during the current economic conditions.

A brochure with more information, including how to order tickets and contact information is at Bob McEwen Wichita Seminar Brochure.

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One Comment

  1. Dismal Scientist December 2, 2009

    Oh boy, I can’t wait to hear Mr. McEwans Neo-Theo Con Corporate Facist take on economics. I will take anything that AFP or Kansas Policy Institute presents over something sponsored by Dick Kelsey! If you believe that perpetuating the Military-Industrial Complex is actually supporting a pure free market you are sadly mistaken. Go back to school, read Mises, Rothbard, Hazlitt, Bastiat, Hayek etc.

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