...world class moonbat.
Shouldn’t that be demoCAT from Cheshire? I wonder if she disappears when she smiles?
The New Members of Congress Conference incorporates Harvard faculty, staff, and outside experts in a multi-day event aimed at preparing the newly elected Members of Congress for, what is for many of them, their first day as legislators. Visit C-Span to watch Issues Conference for New Members, a video with speakers detailing their experiences working as congressional staff members or White House advisers, explaining the legislative process. For more information regarding the Conference, contact the director of Special Events and Conferences, Christian Flynn.
Program topics generally include:
Presenters and speakers come from the highest echelons of public life. Past speakers include:
The Program for Newly-Elected Members of Congress introduces new legislators to the skills mastered by high-level officials who have met the challenges of governing and getting things done in Washington. It gives new Members access to the most respected thinkers and practitioners in the public policy arena. And it affords new Representatives a priceless opportunity to become acquainted with their colleagues, on both sides of the aisle, in a relaxed setting away from the pressures of Capitol Hill.
Attendance at this program is by invitation only. The entire proceeding is off the record and closed to the press. Travel and lodging expenses for new Members and their spouses are paid by the Institute of Politics.
For more information about the Program for Newly-Elected Members of Congress or the Institute of Politics, please contact Christian Flynn.
More transparency from the Hussein admin:**The entire proceeding is off the record and closed to the press.**