Neo-Marxism vs. the Free Market and the Future of America
Dr. Jay Richards – March 22-23rd, 2019 at the Bighorn Resort. Bring your teenagers! (Details &ticket info. below)
AOC, Bernie, & Elizabeth – don’t underestimate their influence!
In a political climate where “the country can’t afford it – can’t pay for it” means nothing. And with Socialism becoming so fascinating – maybe you ought to consider bringing your youth to hear one of America’s best on why these ideas are a danger to their future?
Dr. Richards is the perfect guy to answer these questions:
How should Christians think about free enterprise & is it advantageous to the poor?
Has Socialism ever created flouring for all – anywhere?
Is capitalism consistent with Christianity – are Progressive myths about it realistic?
What was Karl Marx’s key argument – central doctrine?
Why are young adults fascinated with Socialism?
Is there a future for the American dream in an age of Smart Machines or is it over?
Will robots replace us – should we fear them?
Forum – March 22-23rd , 2019 – Friday PM & Saturday AM
Location – Big Horn Resort, 1801 Majestic Ln., Billings, MT
Register and buy Tickets Here $10 on line, $14 at the door lets you in to both days.
While the LEFT plays politically correct calling it “Socialism” we must recognize that it is the thinly veiled worldview of Marxism. No other philosophy is as large a threat in America. No other worldview has killed like this one.
Jay is a Research Professor in the Busch School of Business and Fellow at the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America. He is also Executive Editor of The Stream, a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, and host of A Force for Good. He has written in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Daily Caller and many other publications. Richards is author or editor of a dozen books including Money, Greed, and God, winner of a Templeton Enterprise Award and his newest book, The Human Advantage: The Future of American Work in the Age of Smart Machines. Jay has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs. He is the producer of several documentaries including The Privileged Planet and author of five best-selling books. Jay holds a Ph.D., in philosophy and theology from Princeton. He lives with his family in the Washington D.C. Metro area.