Tuesday I had the honor of speaking at a Hudson Institute luncheon in New York City; other speakers in this Hudson NY luncheon event series this spring include Elie Wiesel, Amir Taheri, Michael Barone, Henry Kissinger, Antonin Scalia, Karl Rove, and Mortimer Zuckerman. (Imagine the guilt-by-association games you could play with a list like that!) I spoke about intimidation, a little-noted but highly successful jihadist tactic these days.
And this coming Monday evening I’ll be speaking at American University in Washington, DC, where I expect the usual warm reception I get from today’s crop of serious, dedicated, and well-informed university students. I’ll post a full report here.